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POINTS BREAKDOWN: FPL Gameweek's 11-12

November 13, 2016

| The Hype Train |

There’s a million different stats and figures you can find on the Fantasy Premier League this season, ranging from player form to the exact number of points by position. If you’re into the statistical element to the game, and who wouldn’t, it’s half the game to understand the statistical probability of your 15 players picking up points on a weekly basis, we’ve a treat for you heading into Gameweek 12. The one stat the FPL is yet to offer is a collation of points, to help have you differentiate. The Hype Team have spent hours tallying the exact points totals all 20 teams have managed so far this season, then break down points by position for Goalkeepers, Defenders, Midfielders, and Forwards. Strap in, we’re throwing numbers your way. All aboard.

 

 

Team Breakdown

First up we’ve added the exact tallies from all 20 clubs in the Premier League, and have highlighted their best player. Just for clarification ‘pts’ means points and in brackets is the number of players that have achieved the points totals. You’ll be familiar of this statistical analysis if you follow our Twitter account over at @RealHypeTrain.

 

Arsenal

GK – 37pts (from 1)

DEF – 179pts (from 7)

MID – 325pts (from 11)

ATT – 23pts (from 2)

TOTAL – 564pts

BEST PLAYER: Alexis Sanchez (72pts)

 

Bournemouth

GK – 40pts (from 1)

DEF – 152pts (from 5)

MID – 199pts (from 10)

ATT – 49pts (from 4)

TOTAL – 440pts

BEST PLAYER: Junior Stanislas (43pts)

 

Burnley

GK – 52pts (from 1)

DEF – 123pts (from 6)

MID – 171pts (from 8)

ATT – 78pts (from 5)

TOTAL – 424pts

BEST PLAYER: Tom Heaton (52pts)

 

Chelsea

GK – 45pts (from 1)

DEF – 201pts (from 7)

MID – 298pts (from 10)

ATT – 89pts (from 2)

TOTAL – 633pts

BEST PLAYER: Eden Hazard (82pts)

 

Crystal Palace

GK – 24pts (from 2)

DEF – 103pts (from 7)

MID – 205pts (from 9)

ATT – 48pts (from 4)

TOTAL – 380pts

BEST PLAYER: James McArthur (46pts)

 

Everton

GK – 46pts (from 2)

DEF – 139pts (from 6)

MID – 202pts (from 11)

ATT – 83pts (from 3)

TOTAL – 470pts

BEST PLAYER: Romelu Lukaku (69pts)

 

Hull City

GK – 36pts (from 2)

DEF – 52pts (from 4)

MID – 188pts (from 9)

ATT – 61pts (from 5)

TOTAL – 337pts

BEST PLAYER: Robert Snodgrass (52pts)

 

Leicester

GK – 40pts (from 2)

DEF – 124pts (from 6)

MID – 125pts (from 6)

ATT – 113pts (from 5)

TOTAL – 402pts

BEST PLAYER: Christian Fuchs (38pts)

 

Liverpool

GK – 34pts (from 2)

DEF – 102pts (from 6)

MID – 403pts (from 11)

ATT – 27pts (from 2)

TOTAL – 566pts

BEST PLAYER: Philippe Coutinho (75pts)

 

Man City

GK – 40pts (from 2)

DEF – 101pts (from 7)

MID – 278pts (from 11)

ATT – 97pts (from 2)

TOTAL – 516pts

BEST PLAYER: Kevin De Bruyne (62pts)

 

Man United

GK – 38pts (from 1)

DEF – 173pts (from 9)

MID – 151pts (from 11)

ATT – 111pts (from 3)

TOTAL – 473pts

BEST PLAYER: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (54pts)

 

Middlesbrough

GK – 40pts (from 2)

DEF – 157pts (from 6)

MID – 137pts (from 8)

ATT – 75pts (from 4)

TOTAL – 409pts

BEST PLAYER: Ben Gibson (42pts)

 

Southampton

GK – 31pts (from 1)

DEF – 136pts (from 8)

MID – 196pts (from 10)

ATT – 55pts (from 2)

TOTAL – 418pts

BEST PLAYER: Charlie Austin (47pts)

 

Spurs

GK – 47pts (from 2)

DEF – 168pts (from 7)

MID – 242pts (from 12)

ATT – 58pts (from 2)

TOTAL – 515pts

BEST PLAYER: Kyle Walker (53pts)

 

Stoke City

GK – 37pts (from 2)

DEF – 119pts (from 7)

MID – 197pts (from 9)

ATT – 43pts (from 3)

TOTAL – 396pts

BEST PLAYER: Joe Allen (56pts)

 

Sunderland

GK – 30pts (from 2)

DEF – 82pts (from 10)

MID – 104pts (from 10)

ATT – 77pts (from 3)

TOTAL – 293pts

BEST PLAYER: Jermain Defoe (61pts)

 

Swansea

GK – 37pts (from 1)

DEF – 93pts (from 8)

MID – 157pts (from 9)

ATT – 67pts (from 4)

TOTAL – 354pts

BEST PLAYER: Gylfi Sigurdsson (43pts)

 

Watford

GK – 37pts (from 2)

DEF – 158pts (from 8)

MID – 162pts (from 10)

ATT – 65pts (from 2)

TOTAL – 422pts

BEST PLAYER: Etienne Capoue (58pts)

 

West Brom

GK – 36pts (from 1)

DEF – 108pts (from 7)

MID – 190pts (from 9)

ATT – 56pts (from 3)

TOTAL – 390pts

BEST PLAYER: Nacer Chadli (48pts)

 

West Ham

GK – 37pts (from 1)

DEF – 104pts (from 7)

MID – 220pts (from 11)

ATT – 24pts (from 4)

TOTAL – 385pts

BEST PLAYER: Michael Antonio (53pts)

 

 

Table Breakdown

Once we tallied together the overall points from every position for every club, we asked what would that means for alternative points tables. See below for an Overall Points Table, then individual tables for the 4 positions available to us in the FPL: Goalkeeper, Defenders, Midfielders, and Forwards.

 

Overall FPL Points Table

  1. CHE: 633pts

  2. LIV: 566pts

  3. ARS: 564pts

  4. MCI: 516pts

  5. TOT: 515pts

  6. MUN: 473pts

  7. EVE: 470pts

  8. BOU: 440pts

  9. BUR: 424pts

  10. WAT: 422pts

  11. SOU: 418pts

  12. MID: 409pts

  13. LEI: 402pts

  14. STK: 396pts

  15. WBA: 390pts

  16. WHU: 385pts

  17. CRY: 380pts

  18. SWA: 354pts

  19. HUL: 337pts

  20. SUN: 293pts

 

Goalkeeper Total: 764pts

Defender Total: 2,574pts

Midfielder Total: 4,150pts

Forward Total: 1,299pts

OVERALL TOTAL: 8,787pts

 

 

Overall FPL Goalkeeper Table

  1. BUR: 52pts

  2. TOT: 47pts

  3. EVE: 46pts

  4. CHE: 45pts

  5. BOU: 40pts

  6. LEI: 40pts

  7. MCI: 40pts

  8. MID: 40pts

  9. MUN: 38pts

  10. ARS: 37pts

  11. STK: 37pts

  12. SWA: 37pts

  13. WAT: 37pts

  14. WHU: 37pts

  15. HUL: 36pts

  16. WBA: 36pts

  17. LIV: 34pts

  18. SOU: 31pts

  19. SUN: 30pts

  20. CRY: 24pts

 

OVERALL GK TOTAL: 764pts

 

 

Overall FPL Defender Table

  1. CHE: 201pts

  2. ARS: 179pts

  3. MUN: 173pts

  4. TOT: 168pts

  5. WAT: 158pts

  6. MID: 157pts

  7. BOU: 152pts

  8. EVE: 139pts

  9. SOU: 136pts

  10. LEI: 124pts

  11. BUR: 123pts

  12. STK: 119pts

  13. WBA: 108pts

  14. WHU: 104pts

  15. CRY: 103pts

  16. LIV: 102pts

  17. MCI: 101pts

  18. SWA: 93pts

  19. SUN: 82pts

  20. HUL: 52pts

 

OVERALL DEF TOTAL: 2,574pts

 

 

Overall FPL Midfielder Table

  1. LIV: 403pts

  2. ARS: 325pts

  3. CHE: 298pts

  4. MCI: 278pts

  5. TOT: 242pts

  6. WHU: 220pts

  7. CRY: 205pts

  8. EVE: 202pts

  9. BOU: 199pts

  10. STK: 197pts

  11. SOU: 196pts

  12. WBA: 190pts

  13. HUL: 188pts

  14. BUR: 171pts

  15. WAT: 162pts

  16. SWA: 157pts

  17. MUN: 151pts

  18. MID: 137pts

  19. LEI: 125pts

  20. SUN: 104pts

 

OVERALL MID TOTAL: 4,150pts

 

 

Overall FPL Forwards Table

  1. LEI: 113pts

  2. MUN: 111pts

  3. MCI: 97pts

  4. CHE: 89pts

  5. EVE: 83pts

  6. BUR: 78pts

  7. SUN: 77pts

  8. MID: 75pts

  9. SWA: 67pts

  10. WAT: 65pts

  11. HUL: 61pts

  12. TOT: 58pts

  13. WBA: 56pts

  14. SOU: 55pts

  15. BOU: 49pts

  16. CRY: 48pts

  17. STK: 43pts

  18. LIV: 27pts

  19. WHU: 24pts

  20. ARS: 23pts

 

OVERALL ATT TOTAL: 1,299pts

 

 

Bonus Points Table

The one aspect of the FPL that takes can often make or break your evening, is the award of bonus points. There’s been a case in recent weeks of players scoring 12+ points in one Gameweek (Mane vs. Watford) who walk away with nothing. Here’s a club by club rundown on the Bonus Points Table. In brackets is the top performing bonus points performer(s) from each club.

 

Overall Bonus Points Table

  1. LIV: 52pts (Coutinho – 10pts)

  2. MCI: 52pts (Aguero – 13pts)

  3. ARS: 49pts (Koscielny & Sanchez – 8pts each)

  4. CHE: 47pts (Hazard – 12pts)

  5. MUN: 44pts (Blind & Ibrahimovi – 9pts each)

  6. EVE: 43pts (Lukaku – 13pts)

  7. TOT: 43pts (Walker – 8pts)

  8. WAT: 38pts (Capoue – 11pts)

  9. SOU: 35pts (Austin & Redmond – 7pts each)

  10. STK: 33pts (Allen – 9pts)

  11. WHU: 33pts (Reid & Payet – 7pts each)

  12. BUR: 32pts (Heaton – 7pts)

  13. MID: 32pts (Friend, Gibson, and Negredo – 5pts each)

  14. BOU: 30pts (Cook & Stanislas – 6pts each)

  15. CRY: 29pts (McArthur – 7pts)

  16. WBA: 27pts (Chadli – 8pts)

  17. LEI: 22pts (Musa – 5pts)

  18. SUN: 20pts (Defoe – 12pts)

  19. SWA: 20pts (Fabianski & Sigurdsson – 4pts each)

  20. HUL: 19pts (Snodgrass – 9pts)

 

OVERALL TOTAL: 700pts

 

 

What can be Evaluated?

Our good friends over at @FFPundits kindly retweeted our overall points tally breakdown, and it prompted a discussion about the use of the formation teams should adopt. People were quick to look at the 3-5-2 formation as a viable option going forward, to use instead of the popular 3-4-3 formation. Whilst on paper it sounds good, the reality is that most teams usually field 5+ midfielders in any one game. It is no surprise Leicester have the most attacking points – they play with a lot of strikers. Liverpool don’t, and would be relegated based off their Forward points, even though they have scored the most goals in the league. In general, you’ll be lucky if a team will field just the one forward player for a game, compared to the 5, so it is understandable why the figure for midfielders is heavily inflated.

 

Defenders too have a better score because clean sheet points, and goal returns are worth more. Goalkeepers, as we’ve been saying since day one, have very little to choose from in terms of points, and are probably not worth a transfer, even if you think their run of fixtures is terrible. Just 4 points separate 12 teams in the Goalkeeper points tally.

 

Bonus Points findings help solidify the idea that big sides get more points (obviously) and their players are worth sticking with, as there are also legitimate options elsewhere in Jermain Defoe, Snodgrass, Allen, and Chadli.

 

What this is a good indication of is if you were to play a wildcard right now, what should you go with… Liverpool midfielders, Chelsea defenders, and yes 3 viable forward options, but a budget one to go alongside an Aguero, Lukaku, or Costa. If you are thinking of your own spring clean, then we think that this is a good starting point at figuring out what to do with your FPL finances… Want to show us your squads for next week for advice and tips, get in touch through our Twitter account, @RealHypeTrain.

 

Want to know more about The Hype Train?

The Hype Train is an entertainment website founded in 2015 specialising in the Fantasy Premier League (#FPL), providing beautiful graphics and weekly insight for hopeful players attempting to climb ranking tables. We are also occasional media reviewers, with a keen interest to review movies, television, live music, festivals, and any relevant topic in the public eye.

 

You can follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook, or visit our website at www.thehypetrain.co.uk

 

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All aboard.

 

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