Fantrax EPL: Overall Rankings September '21

Updated: Sep 10

Welcome to our Fantrax EPL Top 150 ROS Player Rankings: September Edition! Now that the Summer Transfer Window has closed, we've updated our Pre-Season Draft Rankings to produce an essential list of Premier League players that you simply have to acquire this season!


These ROS Player Rankings are based on the Fantrax Scoring System.

For the full list of Fantrax EPL Player Rankings, check out our dedicated Overall Rankings page!


Overall Rankings September '21

Here we rank our Top 150 Rest of Season Premier League Players, based on their prospects on Fantrax between Gameweek 4 and the end of the season. Our Draft Society writers have joined forces to create Consensus Rankings to produce more accurate results. Keep in mind that these rankings assess the draft value of players, and are not a prediction of their final fantasy score at the end of the season.


This list will be updated throughout the season, giving you access to our exclusive list of the best Fantrax Fantasy EPL players.


Top 10

Kevin De Bruyne gained the top ranking from 7 out of 8 analysts, with @draftgenie providing a quite frankly ridiculous ranking of 10th! In any case, we at The Draft Society collectively think that the Manchester City midfielder is the best player to own in Fantrax this season. Mohamed Salah is ranked 2nd overall, with Bruno Fernandes maintaining a Top 3 position despite the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo who is ranked 4th overall. @the_innergeek was the only analyst to rank Bruno lower than 5th. The aforementioned Ronaldo gained really strong rankings from everyone, other than @CNFC82 who gave the 36 year-old a lowly ranking of 15th. Fellow Premier League returner Romelu Lukaku completes the Top 5.


Harry Kane is ranked 6th overall, with only @tottiandor ranking him outside of the Top 10. Next up is Liverpool pair Sadio Mane and Trent Alexander-Arnold. Mason Mount is ranked 9th overall, with @drafterthoughts being the most wary of his prospects this season. Wolves forward Adama Traore completes the Top 10, rising 7 places from his Pre-Season Draft Ranking. @draftgenie and @the_innergeek both ranked the Spaniard at 5th overall!


11 to 20

Kicking off the next group of players is Son Heung-Min at 11th overall. @JWillDraft has kept the most faith in the Tottenham man, giving him a personal ranking of 7th. Jack Grealish is ranked 12th overall, with Raphinha dropping out of the Top 10 down to 13th. @draftgenie is at it again with an extremely low ranking for the Leeds man! Michail Antonio is ranked 14th overall after a blistering start to this season, with all of our analysts agreeing that he's a player on the rise. Dominic Calvert-Lewin is ranked 15th.


Emiliano Buendia is ranked 16th overall, with Jadon Sancho following after falling heavily from his Pre-Season Ranking of 10th. @drafterthoughts is the lowest of our analysts on the Manchester United midfielder. Ollie Watkins is ranked 18th overall after a mixture of high and relatively low rankings. @DraftLad is the lowest on the Aston Villa forward. Allan Saint-Maximin and James Ward-Prowse complete the Top 20 after productive starts to the season.


21 to 30

Manchester City pair Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden are ranked 21st and 22nd, with @drafterthoughts producing the biggest variation in rankings for these two explosive assets. Veteran forward Jamie Vardy is ranked 23rd overall. Joao Cancelo, Andrew Robertson, and Lucas Digne complete a trio of premium defenders in the mid-20s, with our analysts generally agreeing that these three are the best of the bunch apart from Alexander-Arnold. Luke Shaw is only ranked 29th overall after poor personal rankings from @the_innergeek and @drafterthoughts. Diogo Jota, Danny Ings, and Raul Jimenez also make the Top 30, although opinions are relatively split amongst the group. @TheFFChaps personal ranking of 53rd for Jimenez is perhaps the most striking difference.


31 to 40

Reece James and Paul Pogba have risen 9 and 14 places respectively after our Pre-Season Draft Rankings, whilst Raheem Sterling has fallen 12 places after a fairly poor start to the season. Jack Harrison finds himself ranked 35th overall, dropping 10 places. @TheFFChaps are seemingly the only ones to have kept faith in the Leeds winger. Pascal Gross has risen to 37th overall, with @drafterthoughts the highest on the Brighton man. Kai Havertz and Harvey Barnes have dropped significantly from pre-season, as they are now ranked 39th and 40th overall.


41 to 50

We're now entering into the territory where the biggest risers and fallers will be present in our Top 150 Overall Rankings. James Maddison has massively fallen from grace, as the Leicester midfielder drops 22 places down to 41st overall. His start to the season has been extremely worrying! Forwards Gabriel Jesus and Trincao are next up, and have both risen significantly. Trincao especially, as he's up 39 places to 43rd overall. Ismaila Sarr and Dwight McNeil have also risen through the ranks to enter the Top 50! Englishman Bukayo Saka has dropped 7 places to 49th overall, with @drafterthoughts ranking him a lowly 86th!


For the full Top 150 Fantrax EPL Player Rankings, check out our dedicated Overall Rankings page!


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