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Draft Premier League: Top 150 Player Rankings Prior To The Restart

The English Premier League is back!!!  A lot has changed since the last ball was kicked on 9th March, so we’re here with our Top 150 Player Rankings!  Wondering who the best current Draft Premier League players are to target?  Lost track of which players are currently injured and those that have recently returned?  Look no further than our essential list of Fantasy EPL players you need to acquire!

Here we rank our Top 150 Rest of Season Premier League players, based on their prospects between Gameweek 30 and the Rest of the Season.  Our Fantrax HQ writers have joined forces to create Consensus Rankings to produce more accurate results!  Try and trade in the top players from this list.  And if any of these players are currently free agents, you simply have to sign them!

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Top 150 Player Rankings

As we’ve said above, these are Consensus Rankings provided by our Fantrax HQ writers and analysts The FF Chaps, Draft Genie, Luke Wilkins, Joe Williams, and Tottiandor.  They have each ranked their own Top 200 players, and these have been combined to create an average ranking for each player.  This means that these Top 150 Player Rankings will be the most accurate set of rankings we’ve ever produced!!!

These rankings have been based on the intelligent and statistics based Togga scoring system.

Cons. RnkPlayerPos.FPtsChapsGenieJoeLukeTotti
1Kevin De BruyneM503.0011142
2Mohamed SalahF399.0052411
3Sadio ManeF398.5023323
4Bruno FernandesM85.5034255
5Trent Alexander-ArnoldD450.0046634
6Son Heung-MinF297.5075968
7Adama TraoreF381.50675169
8James MaddisonM349.00888137
9Raul JimenezF379.509971810
10Harry KaneF244.00111011814
11Jack GrealishM342.50101216106
12Marcus RashfordF318.50291410712
14Jamie VardyF353.001311321111
15Riyad MahrezM330.50241726916
16Sergio AgueroF277.002316191919
17Pierre-Emerick AubameyangF307.501221182026
18Raheem SterlingF268.502213272217
19Roberto FirminoF329.001415332118
20Allan Saint-MaximinF189.501624134213
21Dele AlliM233.001919172432
22Emiliano BuendiaM313.001823203035
23Paul PogbaM67.502022392325
24Tammy AbrahamF288.002129233229
25Virgil van DijkD316.253133341721
26Anthony MartialF245.002726253130
27Andrew RobertsonD314.753531292924
28Dominic Calvert-LewinF261.004635142727
29Matt DohertyD292.504728302622
30Troy DeeneyF215.005336311420
31Diogo JotaM229.002525154749
32John McGinnM198.503427353336
33Bernardo SilvaM229.503937214033
34Gabriel JesusF275.002649451540
35Lucas DigneD297.253642502523
36Harvey BarnesM268.004430243943
37Nicholas PepeF243.505118224545
38David SilvaM207.004232373737
39James Ward-ProwseM284.003338286431
40Ismaila SarrF164.001747435739
41Mason MountM276.504039415334
42Danny IngsF297.003740584344
43Serge AurierD273.506534592838
44Michail AntonioM168.504141365651
45Christian PulisicM171.505650573428
46Joao MoutinhoM298.003248515941
47Joshua KingF175.003844445948
48Willy BolyD153.254343624846
49Harry MaguireD273.754851524653
50Dwight McNeilF282.502881386542
51Cesar AzpilicuetaD271.006753534147
52Marcos AlonsoD178.006658543854
53Wilfried ZahaF248.506154496255
54Jarrod BowenF37.505945665260
55Sebastien HallerF298.506972405861
57Nathan RedmondM183.5045564710559
58Ben ChilwellD228.258362675158
59Aaron Wan-BissakaD209.008565426862
60Jonjo ShelveyM173.507057568957
61Alexandre LacazetteF186.505295694967
62Gylfi SigurdssonM217.005755926168
63Felipe AndersonM202.5012173464450
64Ondrej DudaM67.504963688669
65Leandro TrossardM185.007259766672
66Abdoulaye DoucoureM221.5050646310863
67Wilfred NdidiM198.505860897865
68Reece JamesD129.007866817066
69Youri TielemansM221.507171758073
70Aaron MooyM165.507367808470
71Christian BentekeF131.0054615515356
72Lucas MouraM201.505584956779
73John FleckM227.0062686413071
74Enda StevensD253.5077806110374
75James JustinD29.008685965475
76Ryan FraserM194.009788489478
77Steven BergwijnF44.0030526518976
79James TarkowskiD281.0075791018377
81Jordan AyewF240.0089100787285
82Jordan HendersonM222.0014074726980
83N'Golo KanteM159.0011386718584
84Joseph GomezD140.7510394976387
86Todd CantwellM226.0095751137789
87Leroy SaneF0.006011315135100
88Jack O'ConnellD243.5091768413481
89Shane LongF147.50901069182102
90Benjamin MendyD110.50109776014682
91Callum WilsonF187.5099938212083
92Mesut OzilM134.00819790104107
93Shkodran MustafiD81.501341087471103
94Caglar SoyuncuD223.25100899811590
95Matt RitchieM64.50649612113292
96Pierre-Emile HojbjergM215.5088901369993
97Ayoze PerezF223.501611018755104
98Stuart ArmstrongM107.506378103158108
99Teemu PukkiF248.5068119115100110
100Miguel AlmironM172.00116827315094
101Djibril SidibeD171.00841171299795
102Chris WoodF225.00981487790111
103David BrooksM0.001251111207396
104Scott McTominayM169.007415670127101
105Johann GudmundssonM50.501041021478897
106Neal MaupayF191.00106103111106113
107Oliver NorwoodM220.508298119129114
108Aymeric LaporteD49.50147831397698
109Chris BashamD249.509210785148115
110Philip BillingM196.5013810493111117
111Tomas SoucekM23.008711610620191
112Charlie TaylorD150.7510215812898116
114Diego RicoD175.50108129112139119
115Robert SnodgrassM196.001239115291153
116Oliver McBurnieF166.50124128117101143
117Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainM122.5020110910887109
118Kieran TierneyD16.2512069155155120
119George BaldockD233.759399169116144
120John EganD212.7594118100201112
121Jonny EvansD224.00114151133113118
122Harry WilsonM159.5015014412396121
123Olivier GiroudF61.508016283145169
124Mbwana SamattaF30.50136143122119122
125Adam WebsterD172.50127110114149145
126Pascal GrossM193.50111120127164123
127Ben MeeD236.25101122140167124
128Declan RiceM202.50130126132125147
129Mateo KovacicM170.50137142138114150
130Solly MarchM83.50112127124191128
131Adam MasinaD117.75180157110112125
132Luke ShawD106.75149137158137105
133Naby KeitaM63.0020112314681142
134Moussa DjenepoM120.0015116610274201
135Joao CanceloD79.002019217213399
136Anwar El GhaziM202.00141112135159151
137Ross BarkleyM107.00122153134142149
138Ruben NevesM162.50142130163160106
139Matt TargettD145.75146140171124130
140Andros TownsendM84.0015813916795155
141Callum Hudson-OdoiF115.00135181105122173
142James McArthurM202.5013917594161156
143Pablo FornalsM142.00201135118107171
145Giovani Lo CelsoM58.00129124154201126
146Sander BergeM17.50163136107201127
147Daniel JamesM189.50172138156109161
148Luka MilivojevicM156.50167114160123174
149Ashley WestwoodM189.50131169159157132
150Yerry MinaD177.75132161162162133


The Top 5

The player ranked 1st in our Top 150 Player Rankings?  Kevin De Bruyne.  It just had to be.  The Manchester City midfielder is the highest points scorer of the season so far, and also has one additional game compared to most.  The Chaps, Genie, and Joe all ranked De Bruyne as their number one pick.  However, Luke ranked De Bruyne in 4th, and noted that the reason for the slightly lower rank being that he thinks “Pep goes all-in on the Champions League, as they are almost guaranteed 2nd or 3rd already“.

Next up is Liverpool pair Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.  Salah was ranked as the number one pick for Luke and Totti, but with The Chaps ranking him only as number five pick, his average ranking was taken down.  Both should perform really well as Liverpool look to secure a record points tally!  Fourth place in our player rankings goes to Premier League new boy Bruno Fernandes, who was ranked in the top five by all of our analysts.  Joe simply stated “Insane form. Insane schedule” with regards to Bruno.  Trent Alexander-Arnold completes the top five, with all analysts ranking the Liverpool defender between three and six.


6 to 10

Returning Tottenham star Son Heung-Min is ranked 6th overall, with Wolves monster Adama Traore coming in at 7th overall.  These two forwards should be back to full fitness after having the final few weeks before the Premier League suspension hampered by injury.  All of our analysts ranked Traore in the Top 10 of these Top 150 Player Rankings, apart from Luke.  James Maddison and Raul Jimenez are ranked 8th and 9th after a great Fantasy EPL season so far.  Another returning Tottenham star is ranked 10th, as Harry Kane completes the Top 10.  The Englishman has been out injured since New Years Day but should be back to full fitness for the restart.  Kane had just started putting in some good overall points scoring displays on Fantrax prior to his injury, so hopefully, he can continue where he left off!


11 to 20

Jack Grealish is ranked in 11th, with our Draft Premier League analysts thinking the Aston Villa midfielder will get back on form once the season restarts.  The Englishman had been struggling a little with his Fantrax points prior to the league suspension.  Totti said that “Grealish will have a lot to prove, and he’ll be in the shop window [ahead of a big summer move]“.  Marcus Rashford comes in at 12th overall after he has returned from injury and could finish the season strongly.  The Chaps weren’t too keen on his prospects though after a serious back injury, ranking Rashford in a lowly 29th position.  Richarlison and Jamie Vardy are ranked 13th and 14th respectively, after a very good Fantasy EPL season so far.

We’ve got a run of Manchester City assets up next in our Top 150 Player Rankings.  Riyad Mahrez is ranked 15th, Sergio Aguero 16th, and Raheem Sterling in 18th.  There are lots of question marks over which City players will see the most Premier League game time.  Luke thinks Mahrez will perform well for the rest of the season, ranking the Algerian in 9th place overall.  However, Genie thinks that Sterling will be less of a rotation risk ranking him in 13th overall – “hopefully he gets off to a hot start“.

Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the man ranked in 17th.  Roberto Firmino and Allan Saint-Maximin complete the Top 20.  Joe in particular ranked Firmino fairly low, as he said that he has been “surprisingly hit or miss all season.”  All of our analysts apart from Luke ranked Saint-Maximin highly, with Joe and Totti putting the Frenchman in at number 13.  Totti has said “ASM has been carrying Newcastle and with ample rest, he’ll deliver big time.”  The FF Chaps agreed with this statement, and are also backing him be a top player for the remainder of the season.


21 to 30

Starting off the next group in our Top 150 Player Rankings is Dele Alli.  The Tottenham midfielder had a poor start to the season but has established himself under Mourinho and all of our analysts think he’ll perform well for the remainder of the season.  Up next is a FF Chaps favorite; Emi Buendia.  They stated: “we’ve seen the Argentinean live at Carrow Road more times than we can remember, and Buendia is a player that really is a star in the making.  Not only is he a great Fantrax scorer, he’s also a fantastic footballer“.  Its a shame Farke has been limiting his minutes somewhat this season, but hopefully, he’ll start every game as Norwich City battle for survival.

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is ranked 23rd overall, as he looks to now be back to full fitness.  Joe has summed this one up pretty perfectly: “Yes, he could be top 10. But he’s also a huge risk and you know it.”  Rankings 24 to 27 are Tammy Abraham, Virgil Van Dijk, Anthony Martial, and Andrew Robertson.  All five of our analysts have more or less agreed on the placement of these players.  Dominic Calvert-Lewin is ranked 28th, but there were some large fluctuations in individual rankings from our analysts.  The Chaps ranked the Everton forward 46th overall, whereas Joe ranked him 14th!  Matt Doherty is ranked 29th, and Watford forward Troy Deeney comes in at 30th.  Luke ranked Deeney much higher than the other analysts, as he’s the “3rd highest scoring outfielder since Jan 1st!“.  We’re a bit concerned by his off the field issues from the last couple of months though.


31 to 50

Aston Villa’s returning midfielder John McGinn is ranked at 32nd overall, as he looks key to their survival hopes and could be a big Draft Premier League player for the season finale.  Manchester City assets Bernardo Silva, Gabriel Jesus, and David Silva are ranked 33rd, 34th, and 38th respectively.  Joe has suggested that Silva may be “set for a showcase grand sendoff” prior to his departure after this season.  Harvey Barnes is ranked 36th overall, after finding some consistent form just before the league suspension.  Hopefully, he can pick up where he left off.  Ismaila Sarr of Watford completes the Top 40, although The Chaps personally ranked him in 17th!

West Ham’s all-action midfielder Michail Antonio is ranked 44th overall, after finally finding a consistent run of form prior to the league suspension.  Chelsea’s American midfielder Christian Pulisic comes in at 45th overall, now that he’s returned from injury.  Totti has ranked his prospects highly, as he stated “his direct play combined with the ability to make something happen for others will propel him to be a lock in the starting XI.  I expect goals and assist galore“.  Defenders Willy Boly and Harry Maguire are ranked 48th and 49th overall, with Burnley man Dwight McNeil completing the Top 50.


Notable Player Rankings…

Marcos Alonso is ranked at 52nd overall.  The Chelsea defender is a great asset, but there are always question marks over his Fantasy EPL minutes.  Luke has said “if he starts every remaining game, he’s a top 20 pick easily…but you get the sense Lamps really wants Emerson to figure it out eventually“.  Coming in at 53rd overall is Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha.  Genie has said that “if he wants to leave he will need a strong end to the season“.  Zaha is closely followed by West Ham’s new signing Jarrod Bowen in 54th in our Top 150 Player Rankings.  On Bowen, Genie has said that he “should be valued as a FWD2.  He was incredible before the suspension and should be even better with more time to interact with his new team“.  All five of our analysts have ranked Bowen fairly high.

Nathan Redmond comes in at number 57, as he should now be fully fit, and was performing better over the winter period.  West Ham midfielder Felipe Anderson has really fallen from grace, with a ranking of 63 overall.  Joe has said that this is a “low rank considering the big name, but this year has been a struggle“.  The FF Chaps certainly agreed with this, as they personally ranked Anderson at a lowly 121 overall!!  Leicester right back James Justin is ranked 75th overall, as he looks set to take over from the injured Ricardo Pereira.  Genie has said that he “should start most games” and that he “won’t be Ricardo’s level, but he could produce Chilwell level or better“.

And finally, two players that haven’t appeared in the Premier League at all this season have made our Top 150 Player Rankings!  First up is Leroy Sane in 87th.  The Manchester City forward looks set to leave in the summer, so our analysts are skeptical about his prospects.  Totti has said that he “doesn’t see Sane featuring a lot” and that he’s “positive he has a transfer arranged for the summer“.  Bournemouth youngster David Brooks has been ranked at 103 overall, after recently returning to full training.  The FF Chaps have said “look to pick up Brooks as a punt for the rest of the season. He was really great last season, and will be looking to make an impact and gain some form and fitness ahead of the next campaign”.  Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek was ranked at 159 overall, and therefore just missed out on these official rankings.


Make sure you check out the The FPL Kickaround Podcast episode below, where Joe and Genie delve into these Top 150 Player Rankings in great detail!


As the Premier League season is set to return, we highlight some key fit again players who will be fully fit and ready to go for the restart!

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