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A fixture ticker is a fantasy manager’s best friend, with the approach of six Gameweeks considered a good time frame to consider for the duration of the upcoming games.
Fantasy Football Hub Fixture Ticker Can be completely customized for any Gameweek range, giving custom ratings for both attack and defense, taking into account the opponent’s difficulty or predictable outcomes.
Wolves sit at the top of the fixture for the first six gameweeks, followed by last season’s top two: Liverpool and Manchester City. We can see fantasy managers scrambling to triple these two sides, but having a good overall team balance shouldn’t be ruled out.
Wolves face two promoted sides in their first six games: Fulham and Bournemouth. They also have match-ups against the lower half sides of Leeds United and Southampton, while having two intriguing fixtures against Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United in Gameweek 3 and 4.
Wolves’ defense is a higher rank than their attack, meaning that picking a defensive asset should be a higher priority for Gameweek 1. we recommend Johnny (£4.5m) Who plays an attacking wing-back role with versatility to play on any flank.
Manchester City and Liverpool both avoid the top four of the previous season in the early stages of the season and face two promoted sides in their first six: Liverpool play Fulham in Gameweek 1 and Bournemouth in Gameweek 4, Gameweek 2 and Nottingham Forest. Manchester City face Bournemouth. In Gameweek 5.
Their best-suited fixtures are matched fairly well so choosing a premium attacker from each side can allow you a good run to captain in the early weeks of the season. Mohamed Salah (£13.0m) And Erling Haaland (£11.5m) Likely to be the popular front-runner and one of the most owned players for Gameweek 1.
Manchester City have the lead in the attack fixer ticker, taking the top spot. Going without one of their key attackers would be a risk tactic for Gameweek 1 Kevin De Bruyne (£12.0m) Also a worthy inclusion with 23 target participation in the previous campaign.
When it comes to defense ticker it is Liverpool who are in the top position. Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.5m) And Andrew Robertson (£7.0m) Last season was ranked joint top for goal participation by defenders, with 14 each. Anyone can play a key role in a Gameweek 1 squad and doubling will be a popular tactic given Liverpool kept 21 clean sheets last season and neither game has increased the price for this season.
Brentford, Spurs, Brighton, Arsenal and Chelsea make up the top spots in the overall fixture ticker, with not much to separate them. It’s rare to see all of the top teams from last campaign start the season so favorably, but it does make life simpler for fantasy managers.
Spurs come third for attack difficulty: only Manchester City have scored more goals in the Premier League this calendar year than them. Squeezing three premium raiders into our Gameweek 1 squads would be a tall order, but Heung-Min Son (£12.0m) And Harry Kane (£11.5m) Here are the top two fantasy artists of 2022 so far, with 15 and 13 goals respectively.
The business he has done so far in the transfer market will make him a formidable force in 2022/23.
When it comes to defense rankings, Chelsea are third, having kept a total of 16 clean sheets last season. Reece James (£6.0m) Despite playing very few minutes, he is one of his best defensive assets, leveling Liverpool with 14 goals last season.
Ben Chilwell (£6.0m) 90 for 21/22 was the performer’s top score and could be a dangerous acquisition if he returns to his best after an ACL injury. goalkeeper Edouard Mendy (£5.0m) A gem may be, the campaign has seen prices drop drastically in the first season.
Arsenal and Brighton have had the longest spell of opening fixtures without facing last season’s top four, which means we could see any of their players as a long-term hold in their Gameweek 1 squads. For attack arsenal ranks higher than defense, with Bukayo Saka (£8.0m) Star man of the previous campaign. new signature Gabriel Jesus (£8.0m) and young Gabriel Martinelli (£6.0m) The early weeks of the season can also make a significant contribution.
For Brighton, defensive assets may be seen as a priority, as they are fourth in the defense ticker and have a variety of valuable assets in their squad. Looking at Brentford, Ivan Toni (£7.0m) And David Raya (£4.5m) He was one of his star players in his debut Premier League season and will be a popular choice for our Gameweek 1 squad.