FPL is live: What’s new for 2022/23


Fantasy Premier League (FPL) has relaunched for the 2022/23 season and managers can now set their squads up for the new campaign – as well as try to grab a low team ID!

The launch comes after four days of price reveals in which 219 Premier League players were priced up across all 20 top-flight clubs.

We’ll round up the newly released prices in an article later.

  • Every FPL player price revealed from Friday to Monday
  • Reaction to Friday’s price reveals: Man City, Arsenal, Brighton, Brentford, Leeds
  • Reaction to Saturday’s price reveals: Liverpool, Man Utd, Wolves, Aston Villa, Fulham
  • Reaction to Sunday’s price reveals: Chelsea, West Ham, Newcastle, Southampton, Bournemouth
  • Reaction to Monday’s price reveals: Spurs, Leicester, Palace, Everton, Nottingham Forest

WHAT’S NEW IN FPL

UNLIMITED TRANSFERS DURING THE WORLD CUP
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Fantasy managers will get unlimited transfers during the six-week hiatus between Gameweeks 16 and 17, when the Premier League takes a break to accommodate the World Cup.

It’s effectively a third chance to completely overhaul your squad, as the two usual Wildcards remain in place: the first has to be used by Gameweek 16, while the second can only be activated from Gameweek 18 onwards.

TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION

One of the other biggest changes is not to the gameplay but to the security of the site.

Following a spate of high-profile hackings in 2021/22, FPL have introduced Two-Factor Authentification (2FA) by popular demand.

Here’s how to beef up security on your Fantasy Premier League account:

  • Go to https://premierleague.com
  • Click on your Profile Name (top right corner on desktop)
  • Go to Manage Profile
  • Go to Account Security
  • Enable Two-Factor Authentification and follow the on-screen steps from there

WHAT’S STAYED THE SAME IN FPL

Graphics aside, everything else of note in FPL seems to have remained the same.

The chips are as they were (two Wildcards, one Free Hit, one Bench Boost and one Triple Captain), with the obvious exception being the extra Free Hit that FPL granted us in a Covid-affected 2021/22.

The scoring system is identical, with the Gameweek deadlines remaining at 90 minutes prior to the first kick-off.

LIVE REACTION


YOUR FPL ESSENTIALS FOR 2022/23

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If you’ve been taking a well-earned break from all things FPL over the summer, welcome back. If you’ve stayed with us through the lean, Fantasy-less weeks, thanks for your dedication!

The FPL planning for Gameweek 1 starts in earnest here and we’ve got all the tools and articles you need to help with your pre-season preparation.

PRE-SEASON TAB

Speaking of pre-season, our dedicated page lists all the summer friendlies, the minutes played in these warm-up matches and who has been racking up the goals and assists. We’ll have Scout Notes on all of these friendlies, to see if we can unearth the next John Lundstram ahead of Gameweek 1.

SET-PIECE TAKERS

Our list of set-piece takers has been updated and refreshed, for those of you who are looking to get clued-up on those responsible for penalties, corners and free-kicks.

NEW SIGNS ASSESSED

There have been some high-profile transfers already taking place this summer and we are documenting them all on our Transfers page. The biggest moves will get their own dedicated Scout Reports, while we’ll also cover every other noteworthy incoming transfer in our regular round-up.

SEASON TICKER

Our Season Ticker can help you sort by opponent difficulty to spot those upcoming fixture swings, while you can also find out which teams’ matches rotate well.

Wolves, for example, are top of our Season Ticker over the first six Gameweeks of 2022/23 – but there are some tough games ahead for Crystal Palace.

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RATE MY TEAM AND PROJECTIONS

Our Projections and Rate My Team tools will both be live for the new season soon, allowing you to see how many points our algorithm thinks you’ll score and which players you should bench.

COMPARE PLAYER AND TEAM STATS FROM PREVIOUS SEASONS

Want to do your own research into the next FPL gem for 2022/23?

From goal threat to expected data, we’ve got hundreds upon hundreds of player and team statistics available, which can help guide your Fantasy transfer decisions.

Premium Members can also create custom tables based on the data available and share them with other subscribers to help with FPL team planning.

Stuck between potential transfer targets for the upcoming Gameweek? You can now compare up to three players head-to-head at the same time, with over 100 key statistics and graphics to study side by side, while new visuals make for easier comparisons:

Full-year memberships, monthly subscriptions and a FREE trial are all now available.

Join now to get the following

  • Plot your transfer strategies using the fully interactive season ticker
  • Get projections for every Premier League player provided by the Rate My Team statistical model
  • use Rate My Team throughout the season to guide your selections and transfers
  • Get access to Members content in over 250+ articles over the season
  • Exclusive Team Reveal
  • Analyze our OPTA-powered statistical tables specifically tailored for Fantasy Football Managers
  • Use our exclusive tool to build custom stats tables from over 100 OPTA player and team stats
  • Enjoy our Flat-Track Bully feature which introduces an opposition filter to your tables
  • View heatmaps and expected goals data for every player
  • Use our powerful comparison tool to analyze players head-to-head
  • Integrated ‘live rank’ data
  • See how you compare to other FPL managers in our Live Hall of Fame
  • More than £6,000 in mini-league and cup prizes
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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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