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Welcome to fantasyfootballfix.com, we are a new site created for players of the Fantasy Premier League (FPL), to offer mathematical solutions to everyday problems you face as a Fantasy Manager!

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Fantasyfootballfix.com was created after two creative FPL Managers, one a Nuclear Physicist (nerd), and one a Business Consultant (not so clever), decided to answer the age old question: Can a mathematical algorithm beat a human at Fantasy Premier League?.

We started the project when Man City were stumbling along in League One, and sometime later after writing over ten thousand lines of code, we had finished creating a mathematical equation which consistently delivered us a top 1% finish in the FPL Game out of the 3.2M players. Result.

With all the useful fantasy scout information available through blogging websites, which give you advice and help on the best Premier League players, we felt like we could offer all the aspiring FPL Mangers something a bit different with our newly created formula.

So, we started to develop fantasyfootballfix.com to allow people to maximise point returns through mathematical recommendations.

We wanted fantasyfootballfix.com to be different to all the other FPL fan sites out there, not only by providing our recommendations through our unique mathematical formula, but also to give a simple and functional user experience bespoke to each individual users squad.

It all starts with just ‘one click’ to upload your FPL squad straight from the official Barclays Fantasy Premier League site.

Then all of our features are tailored to your squad, giving you personal recommendations through mathematical analysis to improve your point’s returns and help you maximise your squad value.
None of the fantasyfootballfix.com features have any type of human interaction or recommendation, they are all powered by the mathematical algorithm which is proven to deliver.

Clever sums can accurately forecast every possible statistical outcome for each Premier League player.
For example, by predicting how many assist points Fabregas will score over the next few gameweeks, or the number of saves David De Gea will make, we realised we can give each user specific transfer recommendations to help them maximise points returns through transfers they make.

Through the power of mathematics, we can help you with our unique set of Optimisation Tools, whilst also providing the most accurate player price changes out of any site, helping to maximise your points returns and squad value every single game week.

We even provide interactive live features to give you real-time Bonus Points and FPL Rankings during live Premier League fixtures.

We are proud to be partnering with Fantasy Football 247, and they will form part of the expert team delivering creative content to fantasyfootballfix.com, whilst we focus on the maths to deliver you the results.
We look forward to providing a monthly blog for FF247 to keep you posted on our new features and our success, as we continue to develop and provide FPL expertise through mathematical analysis.

We are creative and aspiring Team looking to develop the leading FPL Site with a difference, so if you have an idea for a new feature we would welcome the challenge, so please let us know what you would like to see at info@fantasyfootballfix.com.

Thanks for reading Fantasy Football Fix – Fantasy Premier League 2014-15. This article was written by The fantasyfootballfix.com Team


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  1. 1
    Kop Warrior says:

    Evening all,

    I’ve mentioned fantasyfootballfix.com a few times recently in regards to price changes, but they offer much more than just price change information. This article will give you a good idea of what they offer and make sure you check out their site.

    We’re delighted to have partnered up with them and will be running a weekly blog on their site.

  2. 2
    Lawdogg says:

    A natural partnership between two great websites. Cheers!

  3. 3
    Kop Warrior says:

    Our first blog courtesy of Lawdogg is now live on Fantasy Football Fix http://fantasyfootballfix.com/blog-index/ff247-weekly-hot-topics/

    Thanks Lawdogg, it’s a great read mate

  4. 4
    Ripsaw says:

    Guys im fresh home from holiday and a bit out the loop.
    Can I get a quick RMT for the weekend.

    Begovic
    Bainesy, Williams, Clyne
    Siggy, Di Maria, Sterling, Fabregas
    Costa, Welbeck (c), Pelle
    (Krul-S.Davis,Dummett,V.aanholt)

    • 4.1
      NIN says:

      Howdy Ripsaw. I’m liking your team. Interesting (c) pick in Welbeck, think i’d go with Di Maria myself but any of your strikers are solid shouts also. Good to go

      • Raziel says:

        Hmmm I’m picking Costa over Di Maria this GW. Di Maria long travel right? Also, Crystal conceded 12 goals whereas WBA conceded 9. And Costa always scores! Also, if you do pick Costa and he doesn’t score the damage won’t be as bad as when you pick Di Maria and Costa scores a hattrick because the entire top 10k has freaking COSTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And probably caps him! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

      • Ripsaw says:

        Evening NIN my old Banterbury rival. Yeah im leaning on Welbeck but learned earlier Kos is definetly out which alongside Chambers makes me think ARSVHULLl isnt gonna be as cut and dry as it looks on paper. There will be at least one upset this weekend and I think its either Arsenal, Liverpool or Utd. For that reason I will probably go with Costa. Good luck this weekend NIN

        • NIN says:

          You could be right re a Liverpool upset. If QPR still had Remy i’d kinda fancy them to get a draw. Good luck to you too buddy. Hopefully it’ll be a big week for all smile

    • 4.2
      Raziel says:

      Solid team. What are you transfer plans for GW9?

  5. 5
    Raziel says:

    Awesome site. It’s definitely in my favorites already. 😉

    Think a few things could still use some tweaking but you guys just started. Seems your pricechanges formula is a hit. If I found out about you guys a bit earlier I would’ve taken out Pieters for Baines a bit sooner. >.<

    Hmmmm, o yeah. Seems you guys are trustworthy but still it's very hard for me to give out my FPL password. I like how you guys fixed that (for paranoid people like me :p )by linking your teamcode.

  6. 6
    Raziel says:

    My team for this GW. FT used and replaced Pieters with Baines. What changes would you make after this GW? RMT if possible. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 6.1
      Raziel says:

      Depending on this GW and how Falcao looks I’m thinking either Falcao to Sturridge or Dummett to Wisdom.

    • 6.2
      NIN says:

      Solid team mate. Maybe some work needs to be done on the defence but nothing major. Maybe upgrade one of Dummett/Hutton next week?

      • Raziel says:

        Hutton is a keeper. He always plays and Villa have really kind fixtures from GW 9 till GW 21. Just United in there. They faced all the hard teams already, Liverpool/City/Chelsea/Arsenal.

        Newcastle is bad in every sense so Dummett is going. Plus Santon will return in November.

        • NIN says:

          That’s a very good point mate. I forgot how nasty Villa’s run has been. Dummett out for Wisdom is a good shout i think. Sturridge is unreliable so far this season so i’d leave that one alone for now.

        • Raziel says:

          Yeah, Dummett has Crystal Palace at home in GW9. Plus, WBA has a decent defense with:
          Foster
          Pocognoli – Lescott – Dawson – Wisdom

          Also, WBA don’t have an alternate for the leftback position. Chambers and Baines can play every GW while I can rotate 1 4m defender each GW.

    • 6.3
      Ripsaw says:

      Sterling > Hendo post Real Madrid
      Extra money to make Falcao>Aguero the week after, pending all is well fitness wise

      • Raziel says:

        Hmmm, Mane (Soton) also on my mind. But think I will fix defense first. Dummett to Wisdom. GW after that I might take out Sterling.

        • Ripsaw says:

          Raz I will personally be keeping Dummett, can leave him on bench and forget about him at 4.0 knowing he is playing if he is out of form, just bring him back in if they start playing well. I think, as u are aware your future issues lie in DF, so Id advise holding transfer for a double change with more flexibility if you are still unsure following this GW.

        • Raziel says:

          Like I told NiN, I really think my def problems are temp. Soonish I will have 5 starters (which I already have now). Noticed a lot of people taking out Hutton this GW which is sort of silly since dude just face Liv, Che, MCI, Arse. For real? You take him out now? And Vlaar will be back I think? Let me check, lol. Villa should be ok.

          I’ll make the transfer as late as possible but WBA have Crystal Palace at home in GW9, which is sort of tasty. Think Wisdom and Hutton can both be used long term. Only doubt is a Leicester defender at the moment. Aaah yes, I really don’t like Newcastle plus Dummett like I said will lose his place when Santon returns in November. So my mind is made up for 90 percent, I’ll just keep hold of the transfer for as long as possible. Hmmm, also if I make that transfer I’ll still have 0.3m in the bank which is enough to upgrade Sterling to a 9.1m mid and Falcao to Sturridge or another 11.2m striker. Only one I can’t afford is Kun because I went for Baines instead.

    • 6.4
      TheDreamers says:

      Hi Raz,

      Your potential issues are around the fringes – nothing worth a hit but – Moore, Dummette, Albrighton and potentially Sterling might be on your radar.



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