Which Town players impressed during the 2017/18 Fantasy Premier League (FPL) season?
- Schindler earned more FPL bonus points than any other Town player
- Aaron Mooy was bought by over one million people
- Mounié was involved in 64% of Huddersfield Town’s goals when on the pitch
With the release of the 2018/19 fixture tomorrow, we take a look back at Huddersfield Town’s most notable performers in Fantasy Premier League (FPL) last season.
The fifth top player for value in terms of points per million in the FPL game, Lössl returned 135 points from a starting price of £4.5m.
The Dane made 103 saves, including two penalty stops, and claimed 10 clean sheets in his debut season.
Lössl was one of only two goalkeepers to supply an assist in 2017/18, setting up Laurent Depoitre’s goal in a 2-1 home win over Manchester United in Gameweek 9.
A rock at the heart of our back four, Schindler was awarded more FPL bonus points (15) than any Huddersfield Town player.
An ability to produce clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI) was a key factor; his total of 370 CBI was second only to Brighton and Hove Albion’s Shane Duffy in 2017/18.
Schindler was named in the FPL Dream Team on four occasions, more than any team-mate.
Our top scoring defender in FPL on 107 points.
An ever-present in defence, Zanka was one of just five outfield players to play every minute of the 2017/18 campaign.
His contribution at both ends of the pitch was key. A total of 337 CBI placed fourth overall, with the centre-half also producing three assists over his 38 starts.
After battling with Tommy Smith for the right-back role, Hadergjonaj started 13 of the final 15 league matches for the Terriers.
His performances during that run suggest there is plenty more to come from the Swiss international next time around.
From Gameweek 24 onwards, Hadergjonaj created more chances (19) than any defender in FPL.
Bought by over 1.03m, the Australia international earned more transfers in than any team-mate.
Our chief creator, Mooy supplied 50 scoring chances for team-mates on his way to four goals and three assists.
With a total of 113 points, he was our top scoring outfield player and placed twelfth among FPL midfielders for value (21.7).
A strong end to the season bodes well for 2018/19 and could see Mounié establish himself as a popular value pick among FPL forwards.
The Benin international started ten of our final 12 matches as the lone striker, firing 25 shots inside the box during that period – only two strikers managed more.
When on the pitch, Mounié was involved in 64% of Huddersfield Town’s goals; more than any forward with a minimum of 1,000 minutes played.