Fantasy Premier League Creative Players: Review of the leading Premier League Creative Forces

Monday, December 10th, 2012 at 12:18 pm by Paul Caffrey

Last weekend certainly produced a massive amount of drama for Fantasy Premier League managers and Premier League fans alike.

The “former” top four all picked up wins with Arsenal beating West Brom, Chelsea beating the Black Cats, Liverpool victorious away to West Ham and Manchester United overcoming their noisy neighbours Manchester City.

Norwich, Southampton and Everton also collected 3 points from their premier league fixtures last week.

The Christmas period is fast approaching and we have decided to look a little deeper than simply fantasy football points scored last weekend as we look at in depth statistical analysis to bring you the players who produced the most creative threat.

It goes without saying that you want players in your team who are creating the most chances and taking the most shots because this means they are much more likely to capture those much required fantasy football points we are all hunting.

The Most Creative Fantasy Premier League Players in Round 16

Chris Brunt of West Brom tops the chart despite the baggies suffering their third defeat in a row againt Arsenal last weekend. The Northern Irishman has been a fantasy premier league favourite of ours in previous seasons and last weekend he was a creative force to be reckoned with but it was Snodgrass of Norwich who delivered the all important fantasy football points.

Other players to make the list were Wilshere, Baines, Snodgrass, and Lambert.

The Key Stats for Creative Fantasy Premier League Players:

Norwich Midfielder Robert Snodgrass scored and collected two assists last weekend

Robert Snodgrass (Norwich) delivered the most fantasy football points from the best creative midfielders with two assists and a goal coming from four chances created and three shots on goal.

Chris Brunt created five chances, made six crosses and has one attempt on goal.

Ricky Lambert created five chances, had three attempts on goal and played two through ball passes.

Jack Wilshere played four throughball passes, had two goal attempts and one big chance he should have scored.

Leighton Baines created four chances from six crosses and had two attempts on goal.

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