EPL & MLS Set Piece Takers
The English Premier League summer transfer window always make this process somewhat precarious but by understanding the traits of each individual player it is possible to gauge how they might be accommodated at their new clubs.
Likewise, the MLS has seen an influx of high profile overseas stars and you can rest assured that the paying public will be expecting these new signings to justify their high salaries by taking a good degree of set-piece responsibility.
We appreciate that this process can be time consuming so feel free to reference the tables below which provide an up to date list of both the English Premier League and MLS Set Piece takers highlighting the best free kick specialists at each club as well as their preferred penalty and corner kick takers.
These lists will be updated regularly and the players named first are usually given priority assuming the on-field situation favours their skill range.
Daily fantasy football managers should strive to become an authority on set-piece specialists, thereby effectively adding an extra piece of artillery to their armoury.
In this article we will look at how significant set-pieces are in fantasy football parlance and why not all set-piece takers are equal.
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