FPL fixture tracker

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This is the ultimate FPL fixture tracker. No more just simple color codes based on vague subjective opinions. This tracker gives you precise values for each fixture and it is updated after every gameweek.

Expected goals

The matrix below shows how many goals each team is expected to score in the following six gameweeks. Read the numeric value as it is. For example, 1.85 means the team is expected to score exactly 1.85 goals in that match.


The color codes give you an idea what value is above average (green) and what is below (red). Teams are sorted by the total goal expectancy during the next six gameweeks. These numbers are based on an algorithm, which prices up each match based on a rating. The rating is evaluated and values re-calculated after each gameweek.

Note: Injuries/suspensions are not included in these values.

Clean sheets

The matrix below shows the probability for the team to get the all-important clean sheet in a given match. Read the given value as it is; 50% means there’ll be a clean sheet in every
second attempt.

The color codes give you an idea what percentage is above average (green) and what is below (red). Teams are sorted by the total amount of clean sheets they are expected to get. This value is simply calculated by adding the probabilities together. An easy example: if a team plays four matches and has 50% chance to get clean sheet in each, then it’d get 0.50 + 0.50 + 0.50 + 0.50 = 2 clean sheets. These numbers are based on the same algorithm as expected goals above.

Note: Injuries/suspensions are not included in these values.

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