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Adam Inker
The FPL Experiment
The FPL Experiment returns for a new season of The Official Fantasy Premier League. Three friends - Adam, Greg and Nick, attempting to manage one successful Fantasy Premier League team between them. There will be top guests, gameweek reviews, statistical analysis and updates on Nick's eating habits! The FPL Experiment is a weekly podcast put together by fans, for fans of FPL 21/22. Each week the team take a look at the best player options in each position for the next round of Premier League games, consider differential picks, talk about transfers for the FPL Experiment Team and debate...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 52 ratings
Some great FPL rambling!
Listen every week without fail. Fav part of the show is differential of the weeeeeeeeeek (wonderful vocal cords)
Starkyyyy via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/22/21
They asked us to write
A really nice comment
RickB87 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/12/21
Best FPL pod by far!
Arise the king of FPL podcasting. Top lads with all the FPL insight you need for the game week.
Paul Currant via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/11/21
Recent Episodes
Published 05/24/22
The final podcast of the season from The FPL Experiment, where we discuss an incredible final day in The Premier League and a terrible season of fantasy football (for us). We look back on our favourite FPL players this season and our biggest lessons. Thanks for being with us. Hope you've the...
Published 05/24/22
Finishing the season on a high, The FPL Experiment Podcast is back for the final gameweek. The final day can be a beautiful thing - or you can collapse dramatically and lose your massive lead to your mini-league rival! All the big fantasy football chat as usual as we prepare for the last day -...
Published 05/18/22
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