Fantasy Premier League Goalscoring Odds GW10

premier league goalscoring odds

Which players are most likely to score a goal in the following round of Fantasy Premier League? We converted bookies goalscoring odds (Premier League anytime goalscorer odds) into probabilities to find it out. 

We used our Odds to probability calculator to make the conversion.

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Premier League AnyTime Goalscorer Odds GW10

PlayerGoalscoring Odds
Haaland60 %
Alvarez49 %
Ronaldo38 %
Wilson37 %
Aubameyang36 %
Vardy33 %
Mahrez33 %
Bruyne33 %
Broja32 %
Gabriel Jesus32 %
Kane31 %
Scamacca31 %
Sterling30 %
Foden30 %
Wood30 %
Salah29 %

Remember, these goalscoring odds are valid only if the player starts the match from the beginning. If he is benched, the odds are voided.

Matej Šuľan

Fantasy Football enthusiast with two top 1k finishes in FPL. Best FPL overall rank: 119th in 2019/20 season. Five top 500 finishes in UCL Fantasy, best overall rank: 23rd in 2018/19 season. Founder of Fantasy Football Reports.

13 thoughts on “Fantasy Premier League Goalscoring Odds GW10

  1. How do you get these percentages? I understand how the calculator works but where do you get the odds? Surely you need the odds for Salah scoring and Salah not scoring? I use oddschecker and can only ever find the former.

    1. Yes. I use bookies odds from a bookmaker that has both odds available: player scoring and player not scoring – so I can easily use the calculator for that. If you use oddschecker and have only one odds available, you can convert it to implied probability like this: 1/decimal odds or 1/(1+fractional odds). Oddschecker has currently odds for Salah scoring 4/9, which is 1.44 in decimal odds. So you will get an implied probability of 1/1.44=0.69 = 69 %. However you have a margin here as well, so the number is very high. The margin for goalscoring odds use to be around 5-10%, so you can reduce the result by that percentage to get a better approximation of real probability. Let’s assume that the margin is 8 % (my bookies use approximately 8 % margin for goalscoring odds), so your approximation for real probability could be (1-0.08)*0.69=0.63=63 %

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