Fantrax EPL: Top 200 ROS Player Rankings March Edition
Welcome to our Fantasy EPL Top 200 ROS Player Rankings: March Edition! Our Draft Society writers have come together to produce an essential list of Draft Premier League players that you simply have to roster! These Rest of Season Rankings are based on Fantrax prospects between Gameweek 30 and the end of the season. Try and trade in the top players from this list! And if any of these players are currently free agents, you simply have to sign them!
These ROS Player Rankings are based on the Fantrax Scoring System. Don't forget to check out our dedicated Overall Rankings page for quick access to all the information below, minus the analysis!
Fantasy EPL ROS Player Rankings: Top 200
As we've said above, these are Consensus Rankings provided by our Draft Society writers and analysts. They have each ranked their own Top 225 players based on where they would draft them if undertaking a draft right now. These have been combined to create an average ranking for each player, with the highest and lowest personal ranking withdrawn to help eliminate anomalies.
This means that these ROS Player Rankings will be an extremely accurate resource!!! Our rankings will be updated every month, giving you access to our exclusive list of the best Fantrax Fantasy EPL players.
Bruno Fernandes sits at the top of the pile in the first ever Draft Society Consensus Ranks! The Manchester United midfielder has proved himself to be the main man in Fantrax this year. He's currently the top scoring player by a fair distance. Next up is Englishman Jack Grealish, who was the only player other than Fernandes to receive a number 1 ranking. Both Drafterthoughts and Murph ranked the Aston Villa man as their number one player between now and the rest of the season. Potentially due to Villa having an extra game.
Harry Kane is 3rd in our Fantasy EPL Rankings, with Kevin De Bruyne coming in at 4th. Our analysts are obviously put off by potential Pep rotation between now and the end of the season. Joe in particular, who ranked De Bruyne in seventh overall. This is where is gets tough. Next up is Sadio Mane who divided opinion between our analysts. He was ranked 2nd by Totti, and a lowly 12th from The FF Chaps. Leeds revelation Raphinha is deservedly ranked 6th overall, followed by Mohamed Salah, Son Heung-Min, and Mason Mount. Pedro Neto is ranked at 10th, but the Wolves man did receive three rankings outside of the top 10. The Inner Geek, The FF Chaps, and Drafterthoughts are the analysts who ranked him slightly lower.
11 to 20
Jamie Vardy kicks off the next group of Draft Premier League players, with a ranking of 11th. All of our analysts are confident that the veteran striker will finish the season strongly. Next up is James Maddison, who is ranked in 12th despite a very low rank of 27th from Totti. Luckily for Maddison he has big fans in The FF Chaps and Inner Geek, who both ranked the Leicester man in their personal top 10. Marcus Rashford is up next, closely followed by West Ham midfielder Michail Antonio. Riyad Mahrez is ranked 15th overall, after receiving 5 very strong ranks, and 2 not so strong ranks. The FF Chaps and Drafterthoughts are not too keen on Mahrez's prospects rest-of-season!
Adama Traore is ranked in 16th overall. This time The FF Chaps and Drafterthoughts did not agree, with The Chaps ranking him a very high 7th, and Drafterthoughts ranking Adama down in 35th. Joe and Inner Geek also provided high rankings for Adama! Raheem Sterling is ranked in 17th place, with Jesse Lingard an incredible 18th overall!! Joe gave Lingard a personal ranking of 13th, with Murph also backing him strongly. Dominic Calvert-Lewin is next up, with The FF Chaps and Drafterthoughts again being at opposite ends of the scale. Drafterthougths ranked the Everton man in 7th, and The Chaps ranked him 37th. Completing the top 20 is James Ward-Prowse and Ollie Watkins. The newly capped Englishman Watkins divided opinion a fair bit, with Drafterthoughts and Ryan providing the highest rankings of 12th and 17th respectively.
21 to 30
We have a run of defenders to kick off the next group, with Lucas Digne and Joao Cancelo ranked 22nd and 23rd, with the rejuvenated Luke Shaw in at joint 25th. Drafterthoughts ranked Digne in at 11th overall in his personal ranks, with most of the other ranks being fairly even across the analysts. Alexandre Lacazette is ranked 24th overall after some really strong performances in recent weeks. All of our analysts apart from FF Chaps and Drafterthoughts ranked the Arsenal forward very strongly. Patrick Bamford is ranked joint 25th, with Inner Geek being the major anomaly in the Leeds players rankings.
Bukayo Saka is next up, with a ranking of 27th overall. The Arsenal man received consistent ranks across the board, apart from Drafterthoughts. Tomas Soucek is up next after receiving top 30 ranks from everyone apart from Geek and Murph. Everton forward Richarlison is ranked in 29th, with The FF Chaps' personal rank of 17th being the only major difference between the group. Diogo Jota, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Phil Foden are ranked in joint 30th. Most of their rankings were similar across the board, apart from Drafterthought's rank of 81st for Jota, Totti's rank of 13th for Alexander-Arnold, and Inner Geek's 19th place rank for Foden.
31 to 50
Ilkay Gundogan is ranked in 33rd to kick off the next group of Fantasy EPL players. The German midfielder received strong ranks across the board. In at 34th is another rejuvenated defender, this time in the form of Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta who is currently rolling back the years! Gareth Bale is ranked 36th overall, with Drafterthoughts once again producing the anomaly ranking of 64th for the Welshman. Timo Werner is ranked 37th, with The FF Chaps joining Drafterthoughts on the lowly ranking this time. Joe, Inner Geek, and Murph all believe Werner is a top 30 player between now and the end of the season.
Bertrand Traore is ranked 39th overall, with Joe giving him a stunning ranking of 25th! Pascal Gross makes the top 40 after some really consistent performances in recent months, closely followed by Arsenal's Martin Odegaard, and Brighton team mate Leandro Trossard. Allan Saint-Maximin earns a top 50 slot ahead of his imminent return to first team action. Ademola Lookman comes in at 48th overall, and Lucas Moura completes the top 50. The Tottenham midfielder has played well in recent weeks, and gained a surpringsinly high rank of 26th overall from The FF Chaps.
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