With GW12 around the corner, we here at raensports have decided to bring to you some GW12 predictions. We’d be looking at the teams who are likely to keep clean sheets, players likely to deliver points, players likely to score and then we’d create our GW12 team with those information.
GW12 clean sheet odds: what teams are most likely to keep clean sheets this gameweek
Here are ten teams predicted to keep clean sheets this week:
- Brighton – 44.44%
- Liverpool – 36.36%
- Newcastle – 35.71%
- Chelsea – 33.33%
- Crystal Palace – 27.78%
- Leicester – 23.08%
- Southampton – 21.05%
- Aston Villa – 21.05%
- Man United – 20%
- Bournemouth – 19.61%
These are the ten teams predicted to keep clean sheets in GW12. Some of these teams you’d almost expect them to get clean sheets, as they have relatively easy fixtures.
Here are the teams, these teams face in GW12:
- Brighton vs Nott’m Forest
- Liverpool vs West Ham
- Newcastle vs Everton
- Chelsea vs Brentford
- Crystal Palace vs Wolves
- Leicester vs Leeds
- Southampton vs Bournemouth
- Aston Villa vs Fulham
- Man United vs Spurs
- Bournemouth vs Southampton
From the list of teams predicted to keep clean sheets, here is another list of defenders predicted to go on and get some form of attacking return:
From this list of potential defender return odds, we can see that the AI is predicting mostly center backs to get a form of attacking return this gameweek.
There are seven center backs in this list, four full-backs and one goalkeepeer. For those wondering how these defender return odds are calculated, here’s how:
* The 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.
GW12 goal scoring odds: 12 likely GW12 goal scorers
Moving on from defenders, we are now going to attackers and here are the 12 forwards predicted to score a goal in gameweek 12:
There really is no surprise in this list, the predicted goal scorers are players that you’d expect to get a couple of goals when they play.
Here’s how the goal scoring odds are calculated:
* Our (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.
GW12 point predictions
Here are nine players predicted to get the most points in gameweek 12:
|–||Goal||Assist||Clean sheets||Return||Predicted points|
|Salah £12.7m Midfielder Liverpool||0.68||0.37||0.43||1.05||7.3|
|Kane £11.4m Forward Spurs||0.60||0.30||0.26||0.89||6.1|
|Son £11.8m Midfielder Spurs||0.50||0.27||0.26||0.77||6.0|
|Trossard £6.9m Midfielder Brighton||0.45||0.33||0.44||0.78||5.9|
|Sterling £9.9m Midfielder Chelsea||0.53||0.19||0.30||0.72||5.7|
|Wilson £7.3m Forward Newcastle||0.54||0.20||0.37||0.75||5.4|
|Mac Allister £5.7m Midfielder Brighton||0.39||0.26||0.44||0.65||5.3|
|Welbeck £6.5m Forward Brighton||0.39||0.24||0.44||0.63||5.1|
|Alexander-Arnold £7.2m Defender Liverpool||0.08||0.31||0.43||0.83||5.1|
The predicted points data is provided by fantasyfootballhub, feel free to check them out.
GW12 team reveal
Now that we know the players predicted to do well this gameweek, we’d now be creating our GW12 team with the information that has been made available to us.
P.S: This GW11 team is picked or selected with only this gameweek in mind, we’ve not taken blank GW12 into consideration at all. The purpose of this is to give you an idea of players you can target this gameweek.
If you want to know the best transfer strategies with other gameweeks put into consideration, then check this article out: GW12 transfer targets: best players to buy gameweek 12.
We’ve decided to follow through with the AI’s suggestions and recommendations. We’ve brought in players that the AI has predicted to get the most points, to keep clean sheets and to score goals.
Well, this is going to be the third gameweek, were we allow AI decide our team. Last week the AI did a pretty good job and the team that we went with picked up a total of 56 points, which in fairness wasn’t bad. We’d be hoping for more of the same this week.
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.