How do Players Score Points in Fantasy Premier League 2021/22?
There are a number of ways players score points in Fantasy Premier League.
Midfielders and forwards score most of their points via goals and assists. Defenders and goalkeepers score most of their points via clean sheets and saves.
Players can also score minus points. Bonus points are also allocated to the top-performing players – you can read more about bonus points here.
Here’s a full breakdown of how players score points in Fantasy Premier League:
Some important things to note:
- A clean sheet is only awarded if a player plays 60 minutes or more (not including stoppage time). If a player is subbed off with a clean sheet and his team then concedes a goal, his clean sheet will stay intact.
- If a defender or goalkeeper receives a red card then they will continue to be penalised for goals conceded by their team.
- An assist is awarded for the player who makes the final pass before the goal is scored, rebounds, own goals, and for earning a penalty or free kick (that is subsequently scored).