The 78th FFGeek FPL Podcast with Ben Wooton and Kev in Canada |

Here’s the 78th FFGeek FPL podcast on our Patreon site with FFGeek Contributors Kev in Canada and Ben Wooton. We discuss our DGW25 gameweeks and plans for DGW26.  We then talk about the potential Chip strategies going forward and lastly we answer questions from the FFGeek Slack Channel

The 78th FFGeek FPL Podcast with Ben Wooton and Kev in Canada

I outline my FPL strategy along with 10 other FFGeek contributors in our new EBook.

A reminder of the additional Patreon content

$2 plus Vat per calendar month

* Weekly podcasts with myself and the FFGeek Contributors

* All the articles on advert free

$3 plus Vat per Calender month (plus the above)

* access to the FFGeek Contributor tracker team incl live transfers (52k OR in 19/20)

*access to Joseph Crilleys transfer planner and points projection tool

* access to the the Patreon Planner team runs from Joe’s planner projection tool incl live transfers (32k OR 19/20)

* Imaginary wildcard articles

*Bandwagon and Sinking Ships articles

*Slack Channel access

*access to private FPL leagues

No Commitment beyond 1 Calender month



Ben’s last 4 seasons overall rank were 5k, 61k, 26k and 31k.

Kev finished 48k last season 6k in 18/19 and 195k in 17/18

Geek’s last 4 seasons are 17k, 36k, 17k and 21k

 Please note this podcast was recorded on Thursday 25 February

Here’s the link:

Whats on the Pod

We talk about how we did in DGW25 and what our plans are for DGW26 in terms of transfers and captains. Lastly we talk though our Chip Strategy for the end of the season.

There’s also way too much chat on the merits of Harry Kane and Spurs

The Questions

Given that the fixtures in 29 aren’t thrilling, how many players are you aiming to have playing in that week? (Assuming you’ve already used your wildcards and free hit)

Are you still trusting Sp*rs assets based on fixtures over form?

Which 3 players who you won’t own for gw26 do you fear the most?

Everton has decent fixtures, but have been frustrating results wise. Who would you pick and how many for gw26

When are you planning to use second WC, BB & TP chips?

Is DCL a valid captain pick this week? As he has the best fixtures on paper

Is it worth bending over backwards to get the Kane this week ? I’m planning to take a few hits myself.

Is he worth the triple armband?

What are top 3 grealish replacements with the budget as high as him or lower.

Best 5.5M and under Defender over next 4-5 game weeks? Already have City assets. Shaw, Reguilon, Targett, Holgate, Dunk or Dier?

Is Kane potentially a trap?

Other Posts

Analysing the teams of 10 top FPL managers

Early thoughts on the FFGeek Team

The FFGeek Captain poll

FFGeek GW26 Contributors Teams Part 1

FFGeek GW26 Contributors Teams Part 2

FFGeek GW26 Contributors Teams Part 3

Defender player rankings

Midfield player rankings

Forward Player Rankings

FFGeek team transfers confirmed

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