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FPL 2017/18: End of Season Statistics Review

The 2017/18 Premier League has long since ended. Chelsea defeated Man United to lift the FA Cup. The Champions League final ultimately ended in heartbreak for Liverpool. Next up is the World Cup in Russia this summer, a tournament that usually shapes the beginning of the season for FPL players. As we begin to look ahead to the 2018/19 season, we take a look back at the statistics that defined the Fantasy Premier League landscape. All aboard.

Fantasy Premier League: 2017/18 Statistics

Throughout the season we provided countless FPL related stats over on our dedicated Twitter account, @HypeTrainStats, and to round off our statistical analysis this season we have taken some time to flesh out the final stats that will live with the 2017/18 forever. Please enjoy our graphical rundown of the season, and let us know if there's anything you think we've missed that you think might be worthy on inclusion.

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