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Fantasy EPL: Top 120 ROS Player Rankings Prior To Gameweek 13

Wondering who the best current Fantasy EPL players to target are?  Look no further than our Top 120 ROS Player Rankings!!  We’ve updated our pre-season Fantasy Soccer Draft Rankings to produce an essential list of Premier League players that you simply need to acquire this season!

Here we rank our Top 120 Rest of Season Premier League players, based on their prospects on Fantrax between Gameweek 13 and the Rest of Season.  We’re basing these rankings on the intelligent and statistics based Togga scoring system.  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 120 ROS Player Rankings

We’ve updated our ROS Player Rankings Prior to Gameweek 9 to produce a brand new Top 120 ROS Player Rankings list!  This list will be updated every couple of months, giving you access to our exclusive list of the best Fantrax Fantasy EPL players.

RnkPlayerTeamPos.FPtsFP/GPos. Rank
1Sadio ManeLIVFWD194.516.211
2Kevin De BruyneMCIMID21219.271
3Raheem SterlingMCIFWD16014.552
4Mohamed SalahLIVFWD157.514.323
5Trent Alexander-ArnoldLIVDEF182.2515.191
6James MaddisonLEIMID15514.092
7Jamie VardyLEIFWD177.514.794
8Roberto FirminoLIVFWD14512.085
9Sergio AgueroMCIFWD16114.646
10Son Heung-MinTOTFWD12312.37
11Tammy AbrahamCHEFWD17114.258
12Bernardo SilvaMCIMID15213.823
13Jack GrealishAVLMID12212.24
14Pierre-Emerick AubameyangARSFWD13511.259
15Harry KaneTOTFWD1099.9110
16Paul PogbaMUNMID5110.25
17Marcus RashfordMUNFWD15813.1711
18Raul JimenezWOLFWD15012.512
19Sebastien HallerWHUFWD14212.9113
20Alexandre LacazetteARSFWD65.59.3614
21Lucas DigneEVEDEF14512.082
22John McGinnAVLMID15913.256
23Youri TielemansLEIMID13110.927
24Gylfi SigurdssonEVEMID108.59.048
25Anthony MartialMUNFWD80.511.515
26Joshua KingBOUFWD132.511.0416
27Mason MountCHEMID14311.929
28Felipe AndersonWHUMID111.510.1410
29Ricardo PereiraLEIDEF147.512.293
30Andrew RobertsonLIVDEF140.7511.734
31Christian PulisicCHEMID131.514.6111
32Dele AlliTOTMID40.58.112
33Emiliano BuendiaNORMID128.510.7113
35Callum WilsonBOUFWD121.510.1218
36David SilvaMCIMID1211114
37Wilfred NdidiLEIMID11810.7315
38Ben ChilwellLEIDEF127.512.755
39Virgil van DijkLIVDEF1058.756
40Wilfried ZahaCRYFWD917.5819
41Troy DeeneyWATFWD199.520
42James Ward-ProwseSOUMID105.58.7916
43Nicolas PepeARSFWD11110.0921
44Dwight McNeilBURFWD127.510.6222
45Adama TraoreWOLFWD13011.8223
46Callum Hudson-OdoiCHEFWD48824
47Leandro TrossardBHAMID781317
48Ryan FraserBOUMID74.56.7718
49Allan Saint-MaximinNEWFWD718.8825
50Luka MilivojevicCRYMID928.3619
51Joao MoutinhoWOLMID114.59.5420
52Caglar SoyuncuLEIDEF123.2510.277
53Nathan RedmondSOUMID696.921
54NGolo KanteCHEMID448.822
56Enda StevensSHUDEF1179.758
57Jack OConnellSHUDEF122.2510.199
58Gerard DeulofeuWATFWD1169.6726
59Giovani Lo CelsoTOTMID11.51.9224
60Diogo JotaWOLMID626.225
61Oliver NorwoodSHUMID103.58.6226
62John FleckSHUMID838.327
63Harvey BarnesLEIMID107.59.7728
64Tanguy NdombeleTOTMID696.929
66Gabriel JesusMCIFWD93.510.3928
67Andriy YarmolenkoWHUFWD93.58.529
68James TarkowskiBURDEF104.258.6910
69Matt DohertyWOLDEF96.258.7511
70Joel MatipLIVDEF8612.2912
71Moussa DjenepoSOUMID37.57.530
72Alex IwobiEVEMID797.931
73Danny IngsSOUFWD107.58.9630
74Teemu PukkiNORFWD13611.3331
76Kieran TierneyARSDEF5.252.6214
77Djibril SidibeEVEDEF285.615
78Ashley BarnesBURFWD867.8232
79Tom CleverleyWATMID707.7832
80John EganSHUDEF109.759.1516
81Chris BashamSHUDEF96817
82George BaldockSHUDEF98.58.2118
83John LundstramSHUDEF121.510.1219
84Christian EriksenTOTMID525.233
85Manuel LanziniWHUMID978.8234
86Riyad MahrezMCIMID127.515.9435
87Ayoze PerezLEIFWD948.5533
88Chris WoodBURFWD82.58.2534
89Cesar AzpilicuetaCHEDEF938.4520
90Jetro WillemsNEWDEF9410.4421
91David McGoldrickSHUFWD647.1135
92Neal MaupayBHAFWD81.56.7936
93Davy PropperBHAMID727.236
94Abdoulaye DoucoureWATMID877.2537
95Scott McTominayMUNMID1119.2538
96David BrooksBOUMID0039
97Matt TargettAVLDEF52.258.7122
98Harry MaguireMUNDEF927.6723
99Matt RitchieNEWMID27940
101Onel HernandezNORMID326.442
102Andros TownsendCRYMID57.55.7543
103Johann GudmundssonBURMID4210.544
108Ben MeeBURDEF104.758.7324
109Steve CookBOUDEF85.57.1225
110Jose HolebasWATDEF31.253.4726
111Daniel JamesMUNMID947.8347
112Philip BillingBOUMID85.57.1248
113Kurt ZoumaCHEDEF59.55.4127
114Frederic GuilbertAVLDEF77.757.7828
115Jordan AyewCRYFWD83.57.5939
116Pascal GrossBHAMID1129.3349
117Anwar El GhaziAVLMID103.59.4150
118Aaron Wan-BissakaMUNDEF68.56.8529
119Jonny EvansLEIDEF907.530
120Dan BurnBHADEF947.8331


Top 10 Player Rankings

We’ve actually changed our opinion on our number one player for the Rest of the Season!  Last time around we backed Kevin De Bruyne, but with City looking likely to miss out on the title this season, Pep may prioritize the Champions League.  Therefore, De Bruyne could sit out the odd EPL game.  This means that De Bruyne has fallen down to second overall, with Liverpool’s Sadio Mane taking the top spot.  The Senegalese forward has been sensational so far this season, averaging 16 points per game so far.  Mane is outshining his more illustrious teammate Mohamed Salah, as he ranks as the fourth-best player for us.  Raheem Sterling takes the number three spot, with Trent Alexander-Arnold taking fifth place in our ROS Player Rankings.  The English defender continues to perform extremely well, averaging over 15 points per game!

James Maddison is ranked sixth overall in our ROS Player Rankings, and the second-highest midfielder.  The Leicester man has been improving his performances in recent weeks, as The Foxes have risen to second in the Premier League.  Maddison’s teammate Jamie Vardy is ranked in seventh place, as he continues to fire in the goals.  Vardy is usually dependent on attacking returns, but considering how well Leicester are playing, the attacking returns look set to continue!  Completing the Top 10 are forwards Roberto Firmino, Sergio Aguero, and Son Heung-Min.  Aguero is perhaps unlucky to only be ranked in ninth place, but Jesus has been performing well, and the fear of rotation always there.


11 to 20

Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham is ranked 11th, as he continues to perform well under Lampard.  Abraham doesn’t look like he’s going to slow down!  Bernardo Silva and Jack Grealish are up next.  Bernardo has established himself in the City side once again, with Mahrez not appearing in the least four EPL games.  Grealish is performing very well for newly promoted Aston Villa, with all of their play going through the young Englishman.  Two big names that are struggling a bit this season are ranked next; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Harry Kane.  We would have expected both of these forwards to be ranked in the Top 10 of any form of Player Rankings table, but looking at the ROS prospects, they simply don’t make the cut.  Aubameyang and Kane will both score goals, and good points, but they are both hugely goal dependent this season!

Next up we’ve got forgotten man Paul Pogba.  The French World Cup winner has been injured for what seems like an eternity, but we’re confident he’ll return soon, and start performing to his full potential!  Manchester United teammate Marcus Rashford is up next in 17th.  Rashford has been performing very well considering how poor The Red Devils have been this season.  He’s picking up some fairly decent ghost points to go alongside his goals.  Raul Jimenez, Sebastian Haller, and Alexandre Lacazette complete the Top 20.  All three of these forwards should continue to score well for the ROS, and fully deserving of a high position in our Player Rankings.


21 to 30

Our second defender is ranked 21st overall, as Lucas Digne enters our ROS Player Rankings.  The Everton man has performed very well in recent weeks, despite the Toffee’s struggles.  A trio of midfielders is up next: John McGinn, Youri Tielemans, and Gylfi SigurdssonMcGinn looks set to continue his great start to the season for newly promoted Aston Villa.  Tielemans has really upped his game in recent weeks, and Leicester shows no signs of slowing down.  Everton man Sigurdsson looks set to re-establish himself in the side after a poor start to the season; we still think he’ll right the ship come the end of the season.

We’ve ranked Chelsea youngster Mason Mount relatively low at 27th overall.  The midfielder will still finish the season as a top 30 overall player, but we’re predicting a little regression from his early-season form.  Mount is a young player in his first Premier League season, Chelsea has lots of midfield options, and Lampard could opt for a central midfield three of Kante, Kovacic, and Jorginho during games against the Top Six.  Defenders Ricardo Pereira and Andrew Robertson complete the Top 30 players.  These two full-backs will continue to provide their owners with good points scores, and the odd attacking return.

31 to 50

The on-fire Christian Pulisic is ranked 31st overall.  His recent displays have been simply stunning, but we think rotation will reduce his impact over the coming months.  Dele Alli is ranked at 32nd after working his way back into the Tottenham starting eleven.  He should be getting back to his best during the rest of the season.  Callum Wilson is a disappointing 35th overall after he’s shown in recent weeks he’s hugely goal dependent!  Leicester City man Wilfred Ndidi is ranked 37th overall, after showing just how insanely consistent has can be in central midfield for The Foxes.  We’ve ranked Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha 40th overall, as we’re predicting he will score well over the coming weeks, and kick start his season!

Record Arsenal signing Nicolas Pepe has fallen down to 43rd overall, as he’s failed to start the last two games for the Gunners.  Rotation looks likely for the forward, but he’s still a good prospect due to a high points-per-game ratio, and a good deal of ghost points going his way.  Ryan Fraser is ranked 48th overall.  The Bournemouth man has regained his place in the side and is scoring fairly well, but he’s unlikely to get anywhere near his form of last season!  A trio of forwards is worth mentioning here: Adama Traore, Callum Hudson-Odoi, and Allan Saint-Maximin.  These Chaps are ranked 45th, 46th and 49th overall, and have the potential to score very well on their day.


Notable Fantasy EPL Rankings…

Sheffield United pair Edna Stevens and Jack O’Connell come in at 56th and 57th after starting the season extremely well.  The Blades defenders will continue to score well for the foreseeable future.  We’ve ranked Tottenham midfielder Giovanni Lo Celso at 59th, although this one, in particular, was hard to judge.  The Argentinean should establish himself in the side over the coming weeks, and would, therefore, be worth this spot in our ROS Player Rankings.  Andriy Yarmolenko has fallen a fair bit since our last rankings, as he’s now 67th.  West Ham are very inconsistent.  Moussa Djenepo comes in at 71st, but he could easily outperform this ranking.

Big-name midfielders Christian Eriksen, Manuel Lanzini, and Riyad Mahrez are ranked 84th, 85th, and 86th respectively.  All three of these Chaps will have high points per game ratios, but they simply aren’t guaranteed the minutes.  Bringing these midfielders into your squad could help you on the odd week when they start, but you won’t be able to rely on them.  Two new names to the ROS Player Rankings are Trezeguet and Onel Hernandez, who are ranked 100th and 101st.  Both of these wingers have performed well in recent weeks and should be solid midfielders to own for the rest of the season.


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