Although I have altered my season ticker to take us through to the end of the season, I am reluctant to do so with the form tickers because the data sample size used to generate them is a lot smaller.
In fact, the form ticker only covers five gameweeks this week. The reason is I have split Gameweek 34 in two (GW34A and GW34B) for the teams with double fixtures. The ticker average for each is based on the number of games that team is due to be played within the ticker period (e.g. four for Norwich City and six for Arsenal).
The Δ column shows the difference between the form ticker and the season ticker over the same Gameweek 31 to Gameweek 35 period. However, it does so with the Crystal Palace versus Everton fixture removed from Gameweek 35 that I had been left in the season ticker for long range planning purposes.
Here are my form tickers:
As they did last week, Chelsea, Everton, Sunderland and Tottenham Hotpsur’s attacking prospects look better in the upcoming games than they do in the season ticker. Manchester City’s fixtures look worse, as do Southampton, Swansea City and West Bromwich Albion.
Defensively, the outlook is better for Newcastle United and Chelsea than it was in the season ticker, but a bit worse for West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa