The Fantasy Premier League has become a household application throughout the world with multiple users across the globe being glued to their phones watching their favourite players battle it out on the field and them making predictions about it and choosing the best possible players to garner points for themselves.
The users turned managers get a real-life experience of fielding a combined eleven from all the teams featuring in England's Premier Division. The game has a price tag attached to every player and managers have to make a team of 15 players with an equal budget given to every user.
While the prices of a player could stay intact throughout the season, several players see their prices fluctuate with some witnessing an increase while some seeing a drop.
Here, GOAL explains why the price of a player changes during a season and what are the major reasons behind it and how a manager could make the most of these fluctuations to boost their points.