This article is part of our Fantasy Premier League Rankings series.
The expansion of fantasy Premier League draft formats has pushed rankings deeper than ever, which is why in addition to my positional rankings (which you can get to below), I've broken down my top 200 in terms of expected fantasy points scored. The list shouldn't be used directly as a draft cheat sheet because of positional scarcity (upper-tier forwards are tough to come by) or depth (defenders are essentially a dime-a-dozen), but it still provides a breakdown of where I think these players will finish at the end of the season.
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Note: rankings are based on the Premier League's official fantasy game.