Goals, goals goals galore. Use this table to see which players have scored the most goals in the Fantasy Premier League season 2015/16. (Updated: June 21st)
Top 10 Goals
Who scored the most goals in the Premier League 2015/16?
Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane was the top goal scorer in the EPL last season scoring 25 league goals.
Which team scored the most goals in the Premier League 2015/16?
Manchester City scored the most goals in the EPL last season, scoring 71 goals from their 38 matches.
|Team||Matches||Goals Scored||Goals Per Game (Ave)|
|West Ham United||38||65||1.71|
Goals Scored Details
Details on Goal scoring highlighted in in the Rules on Fantasy Premier League:
During the season, your fantasy football players will be allocated points based on their performance in the Barclays Premier League.
– For each goal scored by a goalkeeper or defender 6 points
– For each goal scored by a midfielder 5 points
– For each goal scored by a forward 4 points
Scoring points from goals has to be the most satisfying way to score points in the Fantasy Premier League. (topped only by picking a hat-track hero as your Captain of the Gameweek). As you might imagine, Forwards traditionally score the most goal each season, due to their advanced position. In season 2013/14 Luis Suárez scored the most goals with 30, followed by his Liverpool teammate Daniel Sturridge with 22 goals. Behind them were 3 players all with 17 goals a piece, Sergio Agüero, Wayne Rooney and Wilfred Bony. For each of those goals, they forward scores only 4 points where as defenders score 6 points for each goal.
The top goal scoring defender last season was Skrtel with 7 goals, followed by Everton’s Coleman with 6 and Caulker & Baines with 5. These were considerably less than the forwards, even with the extra 2 points per goal – but defenders have the advantage of being able to pick up clean sheets too. In the midfield, they too pick up an extra point for each goal over their forward counterparts. Last seasons top goal scorer in midfield was Yaya Toure with 20 goals (20 x 5 = 100 points just from goals), followed by Chelsea’s Edin Hazard with 14 goals and Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard with 13.