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Here are the UFL Premier League Power Rankings for Week 13.

Eden Hazard tops the rankings again but with Coutinho possibly out for a few weeks; the Power Rankings could see a new face in the top 3 besides Hazard, Coutinho, Pogba and Aguero soon.

Keep a close eye on Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha, who has mustered one goal and five assists in his previous five games. Palace will have three gold games in the next six, so if you don't get an early draft pick, you could win your game by drafting Zaha late.

Henderson's huge 184 point total against Sunderland has propelled him up to fifth in the Power Rankings, just 23 points off the top three (and a place on our graphic).

We have three new players in the top 20 this week and not a single Arsenal player in sight, despite a brace from Sanchez at the weekend.

Chelsea and Liverpool continue to battle it out to be the most represented club in our top 20, but a long-term injury to Coutinho could seriously hamper the Reds' game.

The rankings are based on the total number of UFL Points the player has accumulated in the last 5 Premier League games.

  1. Eden Hazard - 656 ↔️
  2. Phillipe Coutinho - 606 ↔️
  3. Sergio Aguero - 579 ⬆️
  4. Wilfried Zaha - 575 ⬆️
  5. Jordan Henderson - 556 ⬆️
  6. Paul Pogba - 544 ⬇️
  7. Fernandinho - 542 ⬇️
  8. Roberto Firmino - 528 ⬆️
  9. Emre Can - 493 ⬆️
  10. Diego Costa - 490 ⬇️
  11. N'Golo Kante - 490 ⬇️
  12. Joel Matip - 483 ⬇️
  13. Yohan Cabaye - 475 ⬇️
  14. Pedro - 468 ↔️
  15. Cesar Azpilicueta - 467 ↔️
  16. Mousa Dembele - 465 🆕
  17. Sadio Mane - 462 🆕
  18. Gylfi Sigurdsson - 458 🆕
  19. Nemanja Matic- 443 ⬇️
  20. Juan Mata - 437 ⬆️

Breakdown of players by club:

Chelsea - 6
Liverpool - 6
Man City - 2
Man United - 2
Crystal Palace - 2
Spurs - 1
Swansea- 1

UFL Power Rankings: Week 13

Here are the UFL Premier League Power Rankings for Week 13. Eden Hazard tops the rankings again but with Coutinho possibly out for a few weeks; the Power Rankings could see a new face in the top 3 besides Hazard, Coutinho, Pogba and Aguero soon. Keep a close eye on...

Unsure who to draft this weekend in the Premier League?

Here's a cheatsheet with the top three points scorers for each team over the past three Premier League games.

Burnley v Manchester City

Burnley

Tom Heaton- 228
Michael Keane- 225
Johann Berg Gudmundsson- 208

Manchester City

Sergio Aguero- 388
Fernandinho- 327
Ilkay Gundogan- 271

Hull City v West Brom

Hull

Michael Dawson- 243
Sam Clucas- 230
Jake Livermore- 206

West Brom

James Morrison- 243
Matt Phillips- 223
Chris Brunt- 201

Leicester City v Middlesbrough

Leicester

Riyaz Mahrez- 215
Daniel Drinkwater- 197
Christian Fuchs- 187

Middlesbrough

Adama Traore- 217
Adam Forshaw- 201
George Friend- 190

Liverpool v Sunderland

Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho- 418
Roberto Firmino- 296
Jordan Henderson- 287

Sunderland

Jermain Defoe- 239
Victor Anichebe- 236
Jordan Pickford- 224

Swansea v Crystal Palace

Swansea

Gylfi Sigurdsson- 265
Leroy Fer- 167
Alfie Mawson- 164

Chelsea v Tottenham

Chelsea

Eden Hazard- 460
Diego Costa- 390
Marcos Alonso- 284

Tottenham

Jan Vertonghen- 291
Danny Rose- 289
Mousa Dembele- 264

Watford v Stoke

Watford

Etienne Capoue- 293
Nordin Amrabat- 261
Roberto Pereya- 198

Stoke

Charlie Adam- 241
Joe Allen- 204
Erik Pieters- 180

Arsenal v Bournemouth

Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez- 287
Mesut Ozil- 265
Shkodran Mustafi- 226

Bournemouth

Jack Wilshere- 276
Dan Gosling- 263
Harry Arter- 235

Manchester United v West Ham

Manchester United

Paul Pogba- 447
Juan Mata- 379
Zlatan Ibrahimovich- 284

West Ham

Michael Antonio- 282
Dimitri Payet- 237
Maunel Lanzini- 234

Southampton v Everton

Southampton

Oriel Romeu- 243
Jose Fonte- 217
Virgil van Dijk- 213

Everton

Ross Barkley- 258
Seamus Coleman- 248
Romelu Lukaku- 205

Premier League Gameweek 13 Cheat Sheet

Unsure who to draft this weekend in the Premier League? Here's a cheatsheet with the top three points scorers for each team over the past three Premier League games. Burnley v Manchester City Burnley Tom Heaton- 228 Michael Keane- 225 Johann Berg Gudmundsson- 208 Manchester City Sergio Aguero- 388 Fernandinho-...

The biggest UFL update this season is finally here with all new VIP Games!

Why play VIP?

  1. MASSIVE coin rewards: win up to 3,000 coins from a single game!
  2. STAKES are raised: with our matchmaking engine, you will pair with other VIP users who also want to raise the anti!
  3. PRIZES on offer: we will dish out our unique UFL jersey's to users playing VIP games.

When can I play VIP

Every Gold and Platinum game offers the chance to win big coin rewards. Remember, the higher you finish after the game, the more coins you will earn! (To play VIP, you need to download the latest version from the App Store).

How do I do win VIP games?

VIP games will attract the best of the best, so make sure you utilise all of your available Power-Ups to maximise your points and win the maximum coin reward.

Introducing VIP Games!

The biggest UFL update this season is finally here with all new VIP Games! Why play VIP? MASSIVE coin rewards: win up to 3,000 coins from a single game! STAKES are raised: with our matchmaking engine, you will pair with other VIP users who also want to raise the...

We have some big games coming up on UFL tonight, with giants Bayern, Arsenal, PSG, Atletico, Manchester City and Barcelona all set to play! There will be one platinum, four golds, one silver and two bronze games.

Below are the players you should draft in order to win your games.

Arsenal v PSG

The winner of this match will most likely have the easier passage in the round-of-16 in the spring. PSG entertain Ludogrets at home next while Arsenal travel to Switzerland to play Basel in the final game of the group stage, so the emphasis will be on Arsenal to emerge with three points from this tie.

The pair drew 1-1 at the Parc des Princes when they last met, but the French side have the form coming into this tie, winning eight of their previous nine games to Arsenal's six, who have only one win in three this month.

Who to draft?

In Ibrahimovich's absence, Edison Cavani has averaged a goal every 79 minutes this season, netting 15 in as many games! In UFL points however, this has only translated to 91 points a game over the last three. Draft him and time your Sharp Shooter right and you could see yourself top the leaderboards, time it wrong and you'll waste coins.

UFL recommends you prioritise drafting Marco Vaeratti first. The Italian has been PSG's highest scorer over the past three Champions League games, averaging an incredible 146 UFL points! Draft him ASAP.

Arsenal's highest scorer in the previous three has been Ozil, with 170 points. Behind Ozil, is Sanchez on 131 points and the consistent Mustafi with 95 points a game- a solid second pick after you've drafted one of the two above.

Borussia v Manchester City

Top scorers for Manchester City over the past three Champions League games vs Celtic, Barcelona (Away) and Barcelona (Home)

Ilkay Gundogan: 111,71,157
Raheem Sterling: 137,62,40
David Silva: 142,42,73
Fernandinho: 128,53,30

Celtic v Barcelona

Top scorers for Barcelona over the past three Champions League games vs Borussia Mönchengladbach, Man City (Home) and Man City (Away)

Lionel Messi: N/A,233,117
Neymar: 61,112,67
Luis Suarez: 56,44,31
Javier Mascherano: 129,47,72

Who will YOU pick on UFL for Gameweek 5? Tweet us your drafted players.

Champions League Gameweek 5: Recommended UFL Picks

We have some big games coming up on UFL tonight, with giants Bayern, Arsenal, PSG, Atletico, Manchester City and Barcelona all set to play! There will be one platinum, four golds, one silver and two bronze games. Below are the players you should draft in order to win your games....

UFL Power Rankings: Week 12

Here are the UFL Premier League Power Rankings for Week 12.

Eden Hazard tops the rankings despite not playing a part in Chelsea's one goal this weekend, which means that Philippe Coutinho falls down to second after three straight weeks at number one!

The Belgian scored an impressive 137 points with not one shot all game. Instead, the winger racked up 65 passes, including 5 crosses and 5 key passes, and 7 key dribbles!

We have 5 new players in the top 20 this week, including 2 new Chelsea and Liverpool players. Arsenal now have just 1 player in the top 20, with no Alexis Sanchez in sight.

It's clear to see who the form teams are the moment and that Arsenal are suffering their annual November slump.

The rankings are based on the total number of UFL Points the player has accumulated in the last 5 Premier League games.

  1. Eden Hazard - 713 ⬆️
  2. Phillipe Coutinho - 675 ⬇️
  3. Paul Pogba - 605 ↔️
  4. N’Golo Kante - 547 ↔️
  5. Fernandinho - 536 ⬆️
  6. Ilkay Gundogan - 527 ⬇️
  7. Diego Costa - 525 ↔️
  8. Ander Herrera - 502 ⬆️
  9. Wilfired Zaha - 501 ⬆️
  10. Nemanja Matic - 495 ⬆️
  11. Roberto Firmino - 485 ⬇️
  12. Yohan Cabaye - 479 🆕
  13. Emre Can - 478 🆕
  14. Pedro - 474 🆕
  15. Cesar Azpilicueta - 473 🆕
  16. Jordan Henderson - 468 ⬇️
  17. Victor Moses - 464 ⬆️
  18. Sergio Aguero - 461 ⬇️
  19. Joel Matip - 461🆕
  20. Mesut Ozil - 457 ⬇️

Breakdown of players by club:

Chelsea - 7
Liverpool - 5
Man City - 3
Man United - 2
Crystal Palace - 2
Arsenal - 1

UFL Power Rankings: Week 12

UFL Power Rankings: Week 12 Here are the UFL Premier League Power Rankings for Week 12. Eden Hazard tops the rankings despite not playing a part in Chelsea's one goal this weekend, which means that Philippe Coutinho falls down to second after three straight weeks at number one! The Belgian...

Manchester United's Mourinho has not lost a game against Arsenal's Arsene Wenger in any of the 13 league and cup matches where they have faced each other. Wenger's only victory over the Special One came in the 2015 Community Shield.

The Red Devils have not lost at Old Trafford since their 2-1 defeat to rivals Manchester City and Saturday's game starts a run of four games at the Theatre of Dreams.

Zlatan Ibrahimovich picked up his fifth yellow card last game against Swansea and will watch the game from the stands as he serves his one-match ban. Wayne Rooney was withdrawn from the England squad this week and it remains to be seen whether he will take part against the Gunners, meaning Marcus Rashford or Anthony Martial are expected to spearhead the attack.

Arsenal have not lost since the first game of the season against Liverpool, a game which saw many of the first-team sit out through injury. With a full strength-squad, Arsenal have performed admirably, but as is tradition, some key players have picked up injuries in November.

Alexis Sanchez suffered a muscle injury in training with Chile, but bounced back to score twice to give Chile a 3-1 victory over Uruguay late on Tuesday night. An early Saturday kick-off is far from ideal for Sanchez, but Wenger cannot afford to rest his talisman with the top of the table looking so tight at the moment.

Meanwhile, Hector Bellerin will be out for a month with an ankle injury. This will seriously weaken Arsenal's right-flank and Walcott's impact could be dented as he will have to track back more to help out and will get fewer supporting runs from whoever starts at right-back.

Who to Draft First?

Arsenal's top three players in their past three league games by points:
Ozil: 55(MID), 124(SUN), 81(TOT)

Sanchez: 63 (MID), 163 (SUN), 61 (TOT)

Koscielny: 90 (MID), 81 (SUN), 52 (TOT)

Manchester United's top three players in their past three league games:
Pogba: 97 (CHE), 184(BRN), 173(SWA)

Ibrahimovic: 76(CHE), 139(BRN), 145(SWA)

Mata: 58(CHE), 172(CHE), 84(SWA)

One to Watch

Marcus Rashford will likely be deployed upfront for Man United in Ibrahimovich's absence and will not be wasted on the wings.

The young forward has three Premier League goals to his name so far and will be looking to impress in the Swede's absence.

Manchester United v Arsenal: Recommended Picks

Manchester United's Mourinho has not lost a game against Arsenal's Arsene Wenger in any of the 13 league and cup matches where they have faced each other. Wenger's only victory over the Special One came in the 2015 Community Shield. The Red Devils have not lost at Old Trafford since...

England look like they have a new permanent manager in Gareth Southgate, after his 3-0 victory over Scotland last Friday.

Avoiding an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Spain is a must at Wembley and the Spaniards will be provide England's toughest test yet, since their defeat to Iceland at Euro 2016.

The Three Lions secured a narrow 1-0 win over La Roja when these two met last at Wembley in 2011.

England have not conceded a goal in four games since the Euros, but have failed to brush aside minnows like Malta- winning by just two goals at home to the 164th ranked team.

Spain convincingly brushed aside Macedonia 4-0 in their last fixture, making that four wins in their previous five following their Euro 2016 exit.

Spain have scored 17 and conceded just once in these five games, but Liechtenstein and Macedonia failed to make it Euro 2016 and account for 12 of those goals.

Their toughest tests came away to Italy, where Spain secured a draw, and away to Belgium in a friendly, where Spain won 2-0.

Who to Draft First?

Both sides are stronger at the back than going forward and Southgate will look to not lose at home in his first big test as manager. Only one goal has breached both side's defences in nine games, so look to avoid drafting forwards.

Instead, draft ball-playing defenders like John Stones. The Manchester City youngster has scored 100+ points in his last four games for England! Time a Pass Master or Defensive Rock correctly and you could earn a load of points.

Who to Avoid?

Avoid wingers and forwards on both sides but particularly England's as Vardy, Rashford and Lingard don't get involved in the build-up play as often as Adruiz, Mata and Silva will.

As previously mentioned, this game will see little to no goals and the play will be centred around the middle of the park. This means central midfielders and centre-backs will get lots of touches of the ball and rack up points but wingers and strikers will rarely see the ball.

Top Five Draft Picks

Stones, Lallana, Henderson, Koke, Wilshere.

Deciding Factor

As this game is expected to be close, timing your Power-ups will likely be the deciding factor in winning your game. For maximum effect, watch the game itself and play your Pass Master on your central midfielder or defender for x3 points when that team is in control of the game and passing it around. This is likely to happen for England between 30-45 mins into the game.

England v Spain: Recommended Picks

England look like they have a new permanent manager in Gareth Southgate, after his 3-0 victory over Scotland last Friday. Avoiding an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Spain is a must at Wembley and the Spaniards will be provide England's toughest test yet, since their defeat to Iceland at...

England

England are top of group F and currently unbeaten in 32 international qualifiers (World Cup and Euros combined), winning 24 and drawing 8; but the Three Lions scraped by Malta and Slovenia in unspectacular fashion last month. They will however fancy themselves at Wembley against their oldest rivals.

Scotland

Gordan Strachan's side started the campaign well with a 5-1 win over minnows Malta, but only managed a draw with Lithuania and lost 3-0 to Slovakia. The Scots have failed to win in three of their last four international matches played outside of Scotland.

Who to Power-up?

Stones has scored 100+ points in all three of his previous England games- no other player has been able to match this consistency. Play your Defensive Rock, Pass Master and Double Points on him if you're looking for consistent points throughout the match.

Scotland's lack of attacking threat (no away goal in 3 of last 4 matches) may prevent many Great Tackles and Great Blocks but Stones' passes will be key in trying to break down the Scottish wall.

When to Power-Up?

If you're willing to risk it all to win, save your Double Points and Sharp Shooter for the final 10 minutes, as England are slow to start and one of their midfielders may score in the dying minutes.

Who to avoid?

Avoid England strikers. Rooney, Kane, Vardy and Rashford are in the squad despite not playing regular football for their clubs at the moment. Their lack of match fitness will hinder them. Instead, look to draft in-form midfielders such as Walcott, Lallana and Henderson first. Sturridge is always dangerous and could nick a goal at any time.

England v Scotland: Recommended Picks

England England are top of group F and currently unbeaten in 32 international qualifiers (World Cup and Euros combined), winning 24 and drawing 8; but the Three Lions scraped by Malta and Slovenia in unspectacular fashion last month. They will however fancy themselves at Wembley against their oldest rivals. Scotland...

Brazil

Brazil come into this game as favourites after four successive wins, while Argentina have fallen apart and picked up just two points against Venezuela, Peru and Paraguay during Lionel Messi's absence. Brazil have never lost a World Cup qualifier on home soil, a record that spans over 50 matches!

Argentina

Argentina are expected to select a cautious approach to this game, so drafting the likes of Mascherano, who has averaged 99 points over the past four games, compared with an attacker such as Di Maria who has averaged 74 in the same time.

When should I play my Power-up?

Tite's Brazil like to fly out of the blocks in search of a lead, an exciting approach which has seen them score within the first 15 minutes of the last three qualifiers. The Canarinho will be looking to avenge their humiliating 7-1 World Cup loss at the hands of Germany, in the first game at the Mineirão since the semi-final.

Play your Double Points or Sharpshooter early in the game on your best attacking Brazilian player or alternatively play your Double Points/ Defensive Rock on your best Argentinian defender, as they will look to rack up a lot of clearances and blocks to keep the Brazilians at bay.

Who should I draft first?

Neymar is Brazil's best player on UFL, averaging a huge 184 points over his last three games for Brazil. If someone drafts him before you, don't worry, Jesus will save your draft!

Gabriel Jesus, the future Manchester City striker, is a guaranteed starter in attack and has averaged 91 points a game, with four goals in the previous four games.

Disclaimer: Draft with your gut. UFL is not at fault if Messi scores a hat-trick and you decided not to draft him!

Brazil v Argentina: Recommended Picks

Brazil Brazil come into this game as favourites after four successive wins, while Argentina have fallen apart and picked up just two points against Venezuela, Peru and Paraguay during Lionel Messi's absence. Brazil have never lost a World Cup qualifier on home soil, a record that spans over 50 matches!...

Here are the UFL Premier League Power Rankings for Week 11. Philippe Coutinho tops the power rankings for a third week running after a brilliant display at home to Watford. The tricky Brazilian racked up an impressive 163 points in Liverpool's 6-1 thrashing of Watford.

We have 5 new players in the top 20 this week, including 3 new Chelsea players after their 5-0 thumping of Everton. The Blues now have 3 players in the top 6!

The rankings are based on the total number of UFL Points the player has accumulated in the last 5 Premier League games.

  1. Philippe Coutinho - 713 ↔️
  2. Eden Hazard - 669 ⬆️
  3. Paul Pogba - 654 ⬇️
  4. N’Golo Kante - 592 ⬆️
  5. Ilkay Gundogan - 566 ↔️
  6. Diego Costa - 546 🆕
  7. Alexis Sanchez - 541 ⬇️
  8. Roberto Firmino - 539 ⬆️
  9. Fernandinho - 538 ⬆️
  10. Dimitri Payet - 528 ⬆️
  11. Ander Herrera - 512 ⬇️
  12. Wilfried Zaha - 504 🆕
  13. David Silva - 502 ⬇️
  14. Mesut Ozil - 498 ⬇️
  15. Jordan Henderson - 498 ⬇️
  16. Sergio Aguero - 497 ⬇️
  17. Joe Allen - 482 ↔️
  18. Victor Moses - 481 🆕
  19. Nemanja Matic - 474 🆕
  20. Zlatan Ibrahimovic - 466 🆕

Breakdown of players by club:

Chelsea - 5
Man City - 4
Liverpool - 3
Man United - 3
Arsenal - 2
Stoke City - 1
West Ham - 1
Crystal Palace - 1

UFL Power Rankings: Week 11

Here are the UFL Premier League Power Rankings for Week 11. Philippe Coutinho tops the power rankings for a third week running after a brilliant display at home to Watford. The tricky Brazilian racked up an impressive 163 points in Liverpool's 6-1 thrashing of Watford. We have 5 new players...