GW16, the last and final gameweek before the World Cup is finally here and so we at raensports, have decided to put together a predictions article.
In this article, we’d be looking at some of the top gameweek 16 predictions. We’d be looking at what teams are expected to keep clean sheets, what defenders are likely to get a form of attacking return, likely goal scorers and what FPL assets are most likely to deliver the most points.
GW16 clean sheet odds: 20 teams predicted to keep clean sheets in gameweek 16
FPL Factory’s algorithm collects the odds from more than 20 booking sites and converts to percentages exluding profit margin. These are the clean sheet odds of all Premier League sides for GW16
|Premier League Teams||GW16 clean Sheet Odds Predictions|
|Man City||51.28 %|
|West Ham||26.67 %|
|Man Utd||26.67 %|
|Crystal Palace||24.39 %|
|Nottingham Forest||18.52 %|
|Aston Villa||12.5 %|
The predictions are pretty straight forward, we have the likes of Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Spurs and Brighton on the top of the clean sheet odds predictions list.
So when selecting defenders for gameweek 16, it’d be nice to look towards defenders from teams at the top of this list. They do get it right sometimes.
Feel free to check our GW16 transfer target article, in that article we highlight the best transfers you can make this gameweek, from forwards to defenders. It’s an interesting article and I’m sure you’d find some helpful FPL tips in there.
Here are this week’s round of fixtures as well, you can use this to identify what teams the clubs predicted to keep clean sheets face:
Now that we know gameweek 16’s clean sheet odds, let’s now take a look at FPL Factory’s defender return odds predictions:
GW16 defender return odds predictions
|Players||GW16 defender return odds percentage|
For those interested in how the algorithm collects and calculates these odds, here’s how:
* FPL FACTORY’S algorithm is combing the clean sheet odds and the goalscorer odds from more than 20 booking sites to give you the best odds for defenders to return fpl points.
Next up, is goal scoring odds:
GW16 goal scoring odds
|Players||GW16 Goal scoring odds|
|Erling Braut Haaland||61.35 %|
|Mohamed Salah||49.76 %|
|Harry Kane||43.59 %|
|Fernando Gabriel Jesus||39.71 %|
|Darwin Nunez||34.77 %|
|Khayon Edwards||33.89 %|
|Roberto Firmino||30.91 %|
|Dominic Solanke||28.78 %|
|Kevin de Bruyne||28.67 %|
|Bukayo Saka||28.52 %|
|Wilfried Zaha||28.17 %|
|Gabriel Martinelli||28.17 %|
|Danny Welbeck||27.66 %|
|Miguel Bruno Fernandes||25.46 %|
|Phil Foden||24.84 %|
|Marcus Rashford||24.37 %|
|Leandro Trossard||24.33 %|
|Jarrod Bowen||24.05 %|
|Callum Wilson||23.5 %|
|Martin Odegaard||23.19 %|
Here’s how these odds are calculated:
* FPL Factory’s(NEW) algorithm collects the odds from more than 20 booking sites and converts to percentages exluding profit margin. (Xmins) Thereafter, percentages adjusted by players’ expected minutes and availability.
Now, let’s look at what this week’s point predictions are:
GW16 point predictions
The GW16 point predictions, is calculated and gotten from FantasyFootballHub’s point prediction tool, so do give it a look.
|–||Goal||Assist||Clean sheets||Return||Predicted points|
|Haaland £12.1m Forward Man City||1.29||0.29||0.54||1.58||9.4|
|Salah £12.7m Midfielder Liverpool||0.84||0.42||0.46||1.25||8.3|
|Kane £11.6m Forward Spurs||0.90||0.47||0.40||1.36||8.1|
|De Bruyne £12.6m Midfielder Man City||0.49||0.79||0.54||1.28||8.0|
|Alexander-Arnold £7.2m Defender Liverpool||0.11||0.46||0.46||1.03||6.2|
|Cancelo £7.4m Defender Man City||0.12||0.31||0.54||0.97||5.9|
|Bernardo £6.9m Midfielder Man City||0.34||0.31||0.54||0.65||5.5|
|Fernandes £9.8m Midfielder Man Utd||0.41||0.34||0.23||0.75||5.4|
|Rashford £6.7m Midfielder Man Utd||0.46||0.25||0.23||0.71||5.4|
So there you have it, all predictions for gameweek 16. In this article, so far, we’ve seen GW16 clean sheet odds, defender return odds, goal scoring odds and point predictions.
In our GW16 team selection article, we create our gameweek 16 team, using the various predictions provided to us in this article. You can check it out here:GW16 fixtures, team selection, scout picks and free hit team
If you want to find out which of these players we recommend you bring into your team this gameweek, then check out our: FPL GW16 transfers: the best gameweek 16 transfer strategy.
To find out how most FPL assets performed in GW15, you can check this article out: FPL GW15 review: top performers, stats – preparing for GW16.
To keep tabs with all our GW16 tips, then this article is one you should check out: GW16 analysis: Everything you need to know – FPL GW16 tips. We cover captain picks, wildcards, team selection and many other FPL tips that’d help you this gameweek.
A big shout out to FPL Factory as most of the data and predictions used in this article and all our other FPL prediction articles, have been gotten from their site.
You want to know who we think the best GW16 captain is, then check out our: FPL GW16 captain picks: Jesus, Haaland, Kane, Salah the best gameweek 16 captain article.
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Redeyedrae, is an FPL content writer with years of experience in playing and writing about FPL. He has written for major FPL blogs like ALLABOUTFPL, Fantasytipsters, FF Titans, and nevermanagealone. With his deep knowledge of the game, he has become a trusted source for FPL fans worldwide. His content is well-researched and always up-to-date. He’s passionate about helping FPL managers gain an edge in their leagues by sharing insights and analysis about everything fantasy football on raensports.