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Fantasy EPL: Top 125 ROS Player Rankings Prior To Gameweek 22

Wondering who the best current Fantasy EPL players to target are?  Look no further than our Top 125 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 125 Rest of Season Premier League players, based on their prospects on Fantrax between Gameweek 22 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 125 ROS Player Rankings

We’ve updated our ROS Player Rankings Prior to Gameweek 13 to produce a brand new Top 125 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
1Kevin De BruyneMCIM396.519.821
2Sadio ManeLIVF326.517.181
3Raheem SterlingMCIF252.512.622
4Trent Alexander-ArnoldLIVD326.516.321
5Jamie VardyLEIF29615.583
6Mohamed SalahLIVF251.514.794
7James MaddisonLEIM273.513.682
8Adama TraoreWOLF288.514.435
9Marcus RashfordMUNF29113.866
10Son Heung-MinTOTF21513.447
11Jack GrealishAVLM271.514.293
12Raul JimenezWOLF28013.338
13Roberto FirminoLIVF22311.159
14Emiliano BuendiaNORM265.512.644
15Pierre-Emerick AubameyangARSF24011.4310
16Bernardo SilvaMCIM194.510.815
17Dele AlliTOTM157.511.256
18Gylfi SigurdssonEVEM177.58.887
19Lucas DigneEVED21610.82
20Sergio AgueroMCIF175.511.711
22Tammy AbrahamCHEF246.512.3213
23Felipe AndersonWHUM18610.338
24Riyad MahrezMCIM241.514.219
25Danny IngsSOUF238.511.3614
26Anthony MartialMUNF171.511.4315
27Sebastien HallerWHUF205.510.8216
28James Ward-ProwseSOUM211.510.0710
29Ricardo PereiraLEID235.2511.763
31Joao MoutinhoWOLM22910.911
32David SilvaMCIM17310.8112
33Mason MountCHEM1949.2413
34Andrew RobertsonLIVD230.2511.514
35Virgil van DijkLIVD207.7510.395
36Gabriel JesusMCIF19611.5318
37Nicolas PepeARSF167.59.3119
38Alexandre LacazetteARSF1299.2120
39Gerard DeulofeuWATF21810.3821
40Wilfried ZahaCRYF192.59.1722
41Wilfred NdidiLEIM185.59.2814
42Christian PulisicCHEM171.510.7215
43Manuel LanziniWHUM114.58.1816
44Matt DohertyWOLD185.759.786
45Ben ChilwellLEID178.7510.517
46Djibril SidibeEVED137.7510.68
47Harry KaneTOTF24412.223
48Ismaila SarrWATF97.56.9624
49Troy DeeneyWATF91.59.1525
50NGolo KanteCHEM138.59.8917
51Allan Saint-MaximinNEWF111.59.2926
52Dominic Calvert-LewinEVEF161.58.527
53James TarkowskiBURD207.59.889
54Cesar AzpilicuetaCHED1769.2610
55Leandro TrossardBHAM135.59.0318
56John FleckSHUM165.69.1919
57Lucas MouraTOTM131.56.9220
58Dwight McNeilBURF189928
59Abdoulaye DoucoureWATM140721
60Aaron MooyBHAM1036.8722
61Harry MaguireMUND168.758.0411
62Aymeric LaporteMCID256.2512
64Pierre-Emile HojbjergSOUM1678.3524
65Callum WilsonBOUF136.56.8329
66Diogo JotaWOLM1417.4225
67Oliver NorwoodSHUM1648.226
69Mesut OzilARSM85.57.7728
70Michail AntonioWHUM991129
71Enda StevensSHUD1768.3813
72Jack OConnellSHUD182.258.6814
73Caglar SoyuncuLEID168.258.4115
74Paul PogbaMUNM67.59.6430
75Teemu PukkiNORF1989.4330
76Serge AurierTOTD18511.5616
77Harvey BarnesLEIM147.57.7631
78Todd CantwellNORM1798.5232
79David McGoldrickSHUF128.57.5631
80Robert SnodgrassWHUM1248.2733
81Pablo FornalsWHUM1005.2634
82John LundstramSHUD170.258.5117
83George BaldockSHUD168.758.0418
84Yerry MinaEVED125.256.5919
85Daniel JamesMUNM1688.435
86Luka MilivojevicCRYM145.57.2836
87Joel MatipLIVD8612.2920
88Joseph GomezLIVD61.756.1721
89Ryan FraserBOUM116.55.8337
90Youri TielemansLEIM171.58.5738
91Declan RiceWHUM1386.939
92Pascal GrossBHAM1679.2840
93Joshua KingBOUF1479.1932
94Matt RitchieNEWM27941
95Jonjo ShelveyNEWM143.510.2542
96Nathan RedmondSOUM1296.7943
97Diego RicoBOUD136.258.0122
98John EganSHUD153.758.0923
99Chris BashamSHUD169.758.4924
100Ashley WestwoodBURM1317.2844
101Alex IwobiEVEM1076.6945
102Tanguy NdombeleTOTM97.56.546
103Aaron Wan-BissakaMUND1126.2225
104Matt TargettAVLD108.757.7726
105Jetro WillemsNEWD130.257.6627
106Christian BentekeCRYF694.633
107Ayoze PerezLEIF166.59.2534
108Johann GudmundssonBURM50.57.2147
109Jonny EvansLEID166.757.9428
110Ben MeeBURD153.257.329
111Charlie TaylorBURD77.758.6430
112Leroy SaneMCIF0035
113Chris WoodBURF1507.8936
114Moussa DjenepoSOUM877.2548
115Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainLIVM48449
116Lewis DunkBHAD140.57.3931
117Seamus ColemanEVED73.55.6532
119Christian EriksenTOTM83.54.9150
120Mario VrancicNORM333.6751
121Willy BolyWOLD9812.2533
122Ashley BarnesBURF114638
123Jordan AyewCRYF1587.939
124Philip BillingBOUM121.56.3952
125Oleksandr ZinchenkoMCIM69.57.7253


Top 10 Player Rankings

Top of the table is Kevin De Bruyne, who has averaged 19.82 PPG so far this season.  The Manchester City playmaker is nearly at the 400 point mark already!!  De Bruyne is undoubtedly the marquee attraction in Togga Scoring Fantasy EPL!!!  Next up is Liverpool’s Sadio Mane and Manchester City’s Raheem SterlingSterling has actually been a bit below his usual scoring performances this season, but we’re backing him to come good before the end of the season.  The outrageous talent that is Trent Alexander-Arnold is in 4th place, with Jamie Vardy in 5th overall.  We’re backing Vardy to continue with his excellent scoring form.

Mohamed Salah is ranked 6th overall, as we’re expecting him to rise into the Top 10 players during the second half of the season.  In 7th we’ve got our second midfielder, the consistently brilliant James Maddison.  Surprise package number one is ranked 8th – Adama Traore.  The Wolves forward is scoring insanely consistent points mainly due to the sheer number of successful dribbles he completes every game.  Rounding out the Top 10 ROS players is Marcus Rashford and Son Heung-Min.


11 to 20

Jack Grealish is ranked 11th overall in our Top 125 Player Rankings, as he continues to perform brilliantly in a poor Aston Villa side.  Forwards Raul Jimenez and Roberto Firmino are ranked 12th and 13th.  Firmino has actually been performing below his potential at the moment, but like Salah, we expect him to rise up the rankings by the end of the season.  Surprise package number two is up next – Norwich City midfielder Emi Buendia.  The Argentinian has been in ridiculous form in recent weeks, and he looks set for a big move in the summer.  Buendia should continue with his high scores through to the end of the season.  Rounding out the Top 15 is Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The slightly disappointing Bernardo Silva is ranked 16th.  We expect him to rise up from 34th overall by the end of the season.  Dele Alli is ranked 17th overall, as he’s shown good form since Mourinho has taken over at Tottenham.  Everton paid Gylfi Sigurdsson and Lucas Digne are up next, as we expect Everton to continue to improve under new manager Carlo Ancelotti.  Sergio Aguero rounds out the Top 20, as he looks set to share game time with fellow Manchester City forward Jesus.


21 to 30

Chelsea pair Willian and Tammy Abraham are up next, followed by a potentially rejuvenated Felipe Anderson.  The West Ham midfielder has performed well under new manager David Moyes, and we’re gambling on him being a Top 25 player from now until the end of the season.  PPG beast Riyad Mahrez is up next, as his game time has been increasing in recent weeks and months.  Completing the Top 25 is Danny Ings.  The Southampton striker has been on fire recently, and deserves a high spot in our Top 125 Player Rankings!

Anthony Martial is ranked 26th, as he’s shown good form since returning from injury.  Sebastian Haller is up next, as he looks to re-establish himself as a Togga Scoring force under new manager Moyes.  In 28th position, we’ve got the ever consistent James Ward-Prowse, followed by Ricardo Pereira at 29th.  Completing the Top 30 is Everton forward Richarlison, who is having a very good season.

31 to 50

Chelsea youngster Mason Mount is ranked 33rd overall, after his regression from his early-season form.  Mount should still perform fairly well between now and the end of the season.  Liverpool pair Andrew Robertson and Virgil Van Dijk are ranked 34th and 35th after The Reds’ recent clean sheet revival.  Arsenal pair Nicolas Pepe and Alexandre Lacazette are ranked a lowly 37th and 38th, as there are still several question marks over their place in Arteta’s starting eleven.  The much improved Gerard Deulofeu is ranked 39th overall in our Top 125 Player Rankings.

Manuel Lanzini has returned from injury, and we’ve ranked him at 43rd overall.  Although it remains to be seen if Lanzini will shine under David Moyes, or keep his fitness.  We’ve ranked Dijbril Sidibe at 46th overall as he’s been playing extremely well under Ancelotti so far.  Sidibe could really shine between now and the end of the season in Fantasy EPL!  The injured Harry Kane comes in at 47th, as he’s likely to miss all of January and most of February with a hamstring injury.  Man of the moment Ismaila Sarr makes the Top 50 after some great recent performances.


Notable Fantasy EPL Rankings…

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is ranked 52nd overall, as he’s now a nailed-on starter for Everton.  Abdoulaye Doucoure and Aaron Mooy are ranked 59th and 60th after being fairly rejuvenated in recent weeks.  They both look like solid MID3 prospects for the ROS.  The returning Aymeric Laporte is ranked 62nd overall, and the ever-disappointing Callum Wilson is ranked 65th overall.  Manchester United midfielder Fred is ranked 68th, after some impressive recent performances.  Teammate Paul Pogba comes in at 74th overall, but quite frankly we don’t know how he’s going to perform in Fantasy EPL for the rest of the season!


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