POINTS BREAKDOWN: FPL Gameweek's 25-26
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 26. 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.
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.
GK: 87pts (10th) DEF: 365pts (5th) MID: 686pts (2nd) ATT: 100pts (18th) Overall: 1238pts (3rd) Best Player: Alexis Sanchez (183pts) Notes on Arsenal: Arsenal didn’t change any players in the January transfer window, so their squad remains the same.
GK: 74pts (17th) DEF: 333pts (9th) MID: 453pts (8th) ATT: 116pts (17th) Overall: 976pts (10th) Best Player: Charlie Daniels (91pts) Notes on Bournemouth: - Bournemouth’s only January transfer window acquisition was Aaron Ramsdale from Sheffield United, but is not on the FPL site. - Lewis Grabban made 3 substitute appearances for Bournemouth in the Premier League, with one assist. Grabban left for Reading on loan with 6 FPL points. - Marc Wilson did not play for Bournemouth this season before leaving for West Brom on loan. - Nathan Ake left Bournemouth for parent club Chelsea with 51 FPL points to his name for the Cherries.
GK: 109pts (2nd) DEF: 272pts (13th) MID: 327pts (17th) ATT: 200pts (3rd) Overall: 902pts (14th) Best Player: Tom Heaton (106pts) Notes on Burnley: - Patrick Bamford left Burnley on the back of 6 points in the FPL from 6 substitute appearances.
GK: 106pts (3rd) DEF: 541pts (1st) MID: 612pts (4th) ATT: 163pts (8th) Overall: 1422pts (1st) Best Player: Eden Hazard (147pts) Notes on Chelsea: - Oscar left the FPL with 17 points - Ivanovic left the FPL with 23 points - Nathan Ake has yet to play a minute for Chelsea in the Premier League since returning from his loan spell at Bournemouth - John Mikel Obi didn’t play a single minute for Chelsea this seaso
GK: 59pts (20th) DEF: 246pts (15th) MID: 414pts (14th) ATT: 118pts (15th) Overall: 837pts (17th) Best Player: Wilfried Zaha (93pts) Notes on Palace: - Patrick van Aanholt left Sunderland with 59 points, and has since managed 8 from 3 matches for Palace, with a 67pts total so far. - PVA made his Palace debut during GW22’s 2-0 away win at Bournemouth - Liverpool loanee Sakho didn’t play a minute of football for Liverpool before his move. - Jeff Schlupp has managed 8 FPL points this season, with 4pts for Leicester before his move to Palace. - Schlupp made his Palace debut in the clubs 3-0 away defeat to West Ham during GW21. - Midfielder Jordan Mutch finished with 5 points in the FPL before his permanent departure to Reading
GK: 111pts (1st) DEF: 412pts (2nd) MID: 426pts (13th) ATT: 180pts (5th) Overall: 1129pts (7th) Best Player: Romelu Lukaku (142pts) Notes on Everton: - Morgan Schneiderlin left Man United with 3 points in the FPL, and has a further 8 with Everton, totalling 11pts. - Tom Cleverley left Everton for Watford with 13 points in the FPL - Oumar Niasse didn’t play a minute of football for Everton before his move to Hull - Bryan Oviedo left Everton for Sunderland having earned 9 points in the FPL. - Gerard Deulofeu left Everton with 13 points in the FPL
GK: 80pts (14th) DEF: 185pts (20th) MID: 394pts (15th) ATT: 128pts (12th) Overall: 787pts (20th) Best Player(s): Robert Snodgrass (99pts) and Eldin Jakupovic (49pts) for active players. Notes on Hull: - None of Hull’s signings played a single minute in the Premier League this season - Jake Livermore left Hull for West Brom with 46 points in the FPL - Robert Snodgrass left Hull for West Ham with 99 points in the FPL
GK: 73pts (18th) DEF: 217pts (19th) MID: 293pts (18th) ATT: 220pts (2nd) Overall: 803pts (19th) Best Player: Riyad Mahrez (71pts) Notes on Leicester: - Jeff Schlupp has managed 8 FPL points this season, with 4pts for Leicester before his move to Palace - Luis Hernandez left Leicester with 4 points in the FPL this season
GK: 92pts (8th) DEF: 243pts (16th) MID: 795pts (1st) ATT: 94pts (19th) Overall: 1224pts Best Player: Sadio Mane (132pts) Notes on Liverpool: The Reds squad did not change over January transfer window
GK: 80pts (15th)
DEF: 288pts (12th)
MID: 596pts (5th)
FOR: 167pts (6th)
Overall Points: 1131pts (6th)
Best Player: Kevin De Bruyne (122pts)
Notes on Man City: City didn’t sell any players listed in the FPL and only provided the addition of Gabriel Jesus.
GK: 94pts (7th) DEF: 405pts (3rd) MID: 428pts (12th) ATT: 240pts (1st) Overall: 1167pts (5th) Best Player: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (145pts) Notes on United: - Morgan Schneiderlin left Man United with 3 points in the FPL - Memphis Depay left Man United with 2 points in the FPL (his score was 3, but he picked up a yellow card in the 3-1 away loss at Watford - United didn’t make any additions to their first team during the January transfer window
GK: 97pts (5th) DEF: 342pts (7th) MID: 356pts (16th) ATT: 162pts (9th) Overall: 957pts (13th) Best Player: Alvaro Negredo (91pts) Notes on Boro: - Patrick Bamford left Burnley on the back of 6 points in the FPL from 6 substitute appearances, prior to his move to Boro - Adlène Guédioura managed 21 points for Watford before leaving for Boro, and has appeared as a substitute on 2 occasions (with 2 FPL points) - Jordan Rhodes managed 6 FPL points before leaving Boro to join Sheffield Wednesday
GK: 81pts (13th)
DEF: 351pts (6th)
MID: 459pts (7th)
FOR: 121pts (13th)
Overall Points: 1012pts (8th)
Best Player: Ryan Bertrand (82pts)
Notes on The Saints: - Jose Fonte left Southampton with 58 points in the FPL
GK: 102pts (4th) DEF: 378pts (4th) MID: 617pts (3rd) ATT: 156pts (10th) Overall: 1253pts (2nd) Best Player: Dele Alli (135pts) Notes on Spurs: - Tom Carroll left Spurs with just one point in the FPL
GK: 95pts (6th) DEF: 320pts (10th) MID: 436pts (11th) ATT: 119pts (14th) Overall: 976pts (11th) Best Player: Joe Allen (94pts) Notes on Stoke: - Bojan left Stoke for Mainz with 30 points in the FPL - Saido Berahino left West Brom with 6 points in the FPL
GK: 88pts (9th) DEF: 272pts (14th) MID: 246pts (19th) ATT: 198pts (4th) Overall: 804pts (18th) Best Player: Jermain Defoe (138pts) Notes on Sunderland: - Bryan Oviedo left Everton for Sunderland having earned 9 points in the FPL, and currently has 5 for Sunderland. - Patrick van Aanholt left Sunderland with 59 points, and has since managed 8 from 3 matches for Palace, with a 67pts total so far. - Darren Gibson did not play this season until his move to Sunderland.
GK: 69pts (19th) DEF: 242pts (17th) MID: 439pts (9th) ATT: 117pts (16th) Overall: 867pts (15th) Best Player: Gylfi Sigurdsson (126pts) Notes on Swansea: - Tom Carroll left Spurs with just one point in the FPL - Neil Taylor left Swansea for Aston Villa with 12 points in the FPL - Mo Barrow left Swansea for Leeds with 37 points in the FPL
GK: 75pts (16th) DEF: 316pts (11th) MID: 292pts (20th) ATT: 173pts (6th) Overall: 856pts (16th) Best Player: Etienne Capoue (96pts) Notes on Watford: - Jerome Sinclair left Watford with 6 points in the FPL - Tom Cleverley left Everton for Watford with 13 points in the FPL, and has 14 points for the latter - Ighalo left Watford with 39 points in the FPL - Adlène Guédioura managed 21 points for Watford before leaving for Boro, and has appeared as a substitute on 2 occasions (with 2 FPL points) - Juan Carlos Paredes didn’t feature in the Premier League for Watford before leaving for the Greek League.
GK: 83pts (11th) DEF: 340pts (8th) MID: 437pts (10th) ATT: 129pts (11th) Overall: 989pts (9th) Best Player: Matt Phillips (111pts) Notes on WBA: - Jake Livermore left Hull for West Brom with 46 points in the FPL, and has managed 6 points for WBA - Marc Wilson did not play for Bournemouth this season before leaving for West Brom on loan - Saido Berahino left West Brom with 6 points in the FPL
GK: 83pts (12th) DEF: 218pts (18th) MID: 552pts (6th) ATT: 93pts (20th) Overall: 946pts (12th) Best Player: Michail Antonio (115pts) Notes on West Ham: - Zaza left West Ham on 10 points in the FPL - Dimitri Payet left West Ham with 81 points in the FPL - Robert Snodgrass left Hull for West Ham with 99 points in the FPL, and has 8 points for the Hammers - Jose Fonte left Southampton with 58 points in the FPL, and has 3 points for West Ham
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
Man United: 1167pts
Man City: 1131pts
West Brom: 989pts
West Ham: 946pts
Crystal Palace: 837pts
Goalkeeper Total: 1,738 points
Defender Total: 6,286 points
Midfielder Total: 9,158 points
Forward Total: 2,994 points
OVERALL TOTAL: 20,176 points
Overall FPL Goalkeeper Table
Man United: 94pts
West Brom: 83pts
West Ham: 83pts
Man City: 80pts
Crystal Palace: 59pts
OVERALL GK TOTAL: 1,738 points
Overall FPL Defender Table
Man United: 405pts
West Brom: 340pts
Man City: 288pts
Crystal Palace: 246pts
West Ham: 218pts
OVERALL DEF TOTAL: 6,286 points
Overall FPL Midfielder Table
Man City: 596pts
West Ham: 552pts
West Brom: 437pts
Man United: 428pts
Crystal Palace: 414pts
OVERALL MID TOTAL: 9,158 points
Overall FPL Forwards Table
Man United: 240pts
Man City: 167pts
West Brom: 129pts
Crystal Palace: 118pts
West Ham: 93pts
OVERALL FOR TOTAL: 2,994 points
Statistics in the FPL
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