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Fantasy Football Fixture Tracker FPL 2019/20

Fantasy Football Fixture Tracker FPL 2019/20

Fantasy Football Fixture Tracker FPL 2019/20
Welcome to our FPL Fixture Tracker for the 2019/20 FPL season. And so it begins…
It’s baby steps at this stage as we don’t know any player prices or indeed have a game to play yet but the Premier League released their fixture schedule earlier today and so we have started the ball rolling by creating our first Fixture Tracker of the season.

What is it?!
Regular users will be familiar with the simple and easy to use layout of our FPL Fixture Tracker. For anyone new to it, it simply does what it says on the tin; it’s a straight forward and easy to follow guide as to what fixtures lay ahead for each and every team. There are vastly more complicated versions of this available in other spheres (mainly on twitter!), some of which seemingly promise to tell you who will be subbed on 59 minutes with a clean sheet in the bag in GW4. Ours is not so prophetic.

When we do our weekly Fixtures Analysis article we typically present the next 6 fixtures and that is exactly what this version shows. There will be a fuller one available showing all games from GW1-19 in the next few days for those who like extreme planning.

We colour code each game in line with the key below it to reflect our opinion on the difficulty or otherwise of each fixture. At such an early stage, with no form or indeed transfer news to go from, this is of course pure guesswork, based mainly on last season and simply classifying the promoted teams as being just that. We shall of course update this as we move closer to the season beginning in August.

Where to find the tracker…
It’s more difficult not to locate our tracker than it is to do so but just to be clear the latest version of it can be found at the end of almost every article each day of the season.

Failing that, it is featured on the FF247 homepage with a link to it’s own main home page.

Said ‘main home page’ can be found via our Hot Comments link.

Failing that there’s a link in the header to it.

Failing that here’s the bloody link itself! Fixture Tracker 2019/20

Can I have a copy?
—24+00:00″>As ever any registered site member is welcome to an excel version of our tracker to do with as they please as long as it is for personal use only, free of charge. We are happy for it to be used on other websites but only if permission is respectfully asked for and granted.

—18+00:00″>Simply email us as per below and we shall send you a copy;

—18+00:00″>contact@fantasyfootball247.co.uk

Scrap that, you can make your own copy now;

FIXTURE TRACKER LINK
For those who want their own tracker to play with, just make a copy using the link below (GW’s 1-19)

FIXTURE TRACKER 2019/20

What next?
We have deliberately swerved any actual fixture analysis here as that will come in due course, as will our usual analysis of all three promoted teams and also our take on the summer signings (whenever anyone wakes up and begins to actually make any!) in a series of articles as we slowly build up to GW1.

In the meantime feel free to start planning and throwing thoughts and questions around in the comments section below.

THE FPL 2019/20 FIXTURE TRACKER

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  1. 1
    inittowinit says:

    ***NEW ARTICLE _ FPL FIXTURE TRACKER***

    Welcome to the 2019/20 season….

  2. 2
    Rosco says:

    Cheers mate! Quick on the draw as always! Let the planning commence!

  3. 3
    chins says:

    Morning all.
    Noticed that the premier league will have a weird mini break in February starting this season. First thought was that’ll lead to two weeks of blank game weeks for half the teams, but now I’m thinking it’ll be one game week that lasts two weeks.
    This might be my most boring post ever. But screw it, it’s the off season. What else am I going to ramble about?!
    Hope everyone is having a good start to summer!

  4. 4
    Stone Frog says:

    Most teams have a mixed bag. Looking at the mid table teams Everton have a reasonable start with no real nasties in the first six.

    • 4.1

      A couple of weeks ago someone talked about clean sheets or possibly it was that convo on playing 5 at the back from 2-3 weeks ago, but I remember really talking up Everton. They were really good defensively closing the season , I was very interested in what kind of fixtures they got.

  5. 5
    Smash says:

    Triple Liverpool and triple City could be popular. Prices could be interesting this year because of that

    • 5.1
    • 5.2
      Zed Leppelin says:

      TAA/Mane/Salah/Sterling the core and work from there 😉

    • 5.3
      Loud Atlas says:

      Agree, Smash. x3 of MCI and LIV will be an expensive must-have with filling in the gaps with a smattering of TOT, CRY, BOU and WOL. TOT/CRY rotate well for a bit.

      Poor Norwich, though. A nice ‘Welcome Back’ with 3 of the Top 6 in the opening 6 games!

    • 5.4
      inittowinit says:

      Probably wishful thinking given how much that’ll now cost to do. You can probably lob at least a mil on top of each Liverpool defenders price for starters. Lot to be said for grabbing both FB’s though and eschewing similarly priced punty mids at 7 or 8 or whatever they’ll be.

    • 5.5
      Kralin says:

      It will be very popular – in theory. I can see the likes of KDB (if he’s a good starting price), Gomez, Firmino, suddenly becoming hot property when managers realise 66% of their budget has already gone on (seemingly essential) luxuries like Salah, TAA, Sterling.

      It’s probably going to be more on who you can use to fill in the gaps. Let’s hope there are a couple of 4m defenders out there. The 4.5 / 4m goalie combination may be needed.

      • inittowinit says:

        I’m having flashbacks already to what now seems like only yesterday about yourself and KDB last season. It was a difficult relationship as I remember it, and perhaps one that never even happened due to circumstances?

        • Kralin says:

          I didn’t bring him in – if memory serves I was preparing to get him when he came back from injury, then he got injured again. Or it could be I’m remembering what others did, or rather what they were planning to do.

          But assuming it was me, it possibly helped me avoid City when they went into that (all too brief) death-spiral. But that could be a false memory, too, as maybe KDB played in the losing games (and his unfit presence perhaps unbalanced City and made them easier to beat).

          Bernardo Silva and Sterling were my City midfielders from last year; a one-week punt on Sane (of which I have no memory at all, but it definitely happened as it’s in my transfer history) doesn’t really count.

        • inittowinit says:

          That’s how I remember it too now you say. You were hot to trot on him for weeks but it just never happened. Probably fortunately.

          No love for the cricket? You strike me as someone who would appreciate that game.

        • Kralin says:

          I much prefer test cricket to one-day cricket, though the 50 over game is ok in small doses. I have very fond memories of the Sri Lankan side of 1996.

          Part of me died though when Graham Thorpe retired, which very nearly coincided with test cricket vanishing from the (free) TV. Since then my interest has been fairly abstract, though I go to test matches now and then.

  6. 6

    Thanks Init for getting the season to a start, one part of the equation is in place, now need the prices to come out so we can put a team together.

    • 6.1
      Kralin says:

      Another month or so to wait for that. I suppose you could, slightly crazily, manoeuvre your 18/19 side into the side you’re looking at for 19/20, pretending that Cardiff players are Sheffield players etc.



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