Fantasy Premier League: Bonus Points For FPL Gameweek 26 Have Been Allotted

The bonus points in Fantasy Premier League have been officially confirmed for the games held during gameweek 26.

Jarrod Bowen in a file photo. Credits: Twitter/@WestHam
By ayush | Feb 27, 2024 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The start of game week 26 in Fantasy Premier League (FPL) was marked by Aston Villa defeating Nottingham Forest by the score line of 4:2 and it was concluded with West Ham getting a much needed win against Brentford with the score line of 4:2. Liverpool sit at the top of the table, 1 point ahead of Manchester City.

Bonus points play a crucial role in Fantasy Premier League points scoring. They are determined and distributed post-match using a Bonus Points System (BPS). This system relies on a variety of statistics provided by Opta to capture on-field actions, resulting in a performance score for each player. Let’s take a look at the bonus points that have been allotted for Gameweek 11.

Bonus point ties are resolved as follows:

  • If there is a tie for first place, Players 1 & 2 will receive 3 points each and Player 3 will receive 1 point.
  • If there is a tie for second place, Player 1 will receive 3 points and Players 2 and 3 will receive 2 points each.
  • If there is a tie for third place, Player 1 will receive 3 points, Player 2 will receive 2 points and Players 3 & 4 will receive 1 point each.
Aston Villa 4-2 Nott’m Forest
Douglas LuizBaileyMcGinn
Brighton 1-1 Everton
Crystal Palace 3-0 Burnley
Man Utd 1-2 Fulham
IwobiBassey, Castagne
Bournemouth 0-1 Man City
FodenAkanji, Ederson
Arsenal 4-1 Newcastle
Wolves 1-0 Sheff Utd
West Ham 4-2 Brentford

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