During the edition, your fantasy football players will be allocated points based on their performance. There are many similarities to Fantasy Premier League in scoring. Most important differences are pointed out with a red color below.
|Playing 60 min or more||2||2||2||2|
|Playing less than 60 min||1||1||1||1|
|Clean sheet *||4||4||1||0|
|Goal conceded * **||-1||-1||0||0|
|Every 3 shot saves||1||0||0||0|
* Only when played 60 min or more.
** Each goal conceded except the first one.
A clean sheet is awarded for not conceding a goal whilst on the pitch and playing at least 60 minutes (excluding injury time).
If a player has been substituted when a goal is conceded this will do affect a clean sheet bonus (as well as his goals conceded points).
If a player receives a red card, he will continue to be penalised for goals conceded by his team.
Red card deductions include points deducted for two yellow cards.
Assists are awarded to the player from the goal scoring team, who makes the final pass before a goal is scored. An assist is awarded whether the pass was intentional (that it actually creates the chance) or unintentional (that the player had to dribble the ball or an inadvertent touch or shot created the chance).
If an opposing player touches the ball after the final pass before a goal is scored, significantly altering the intended destination of the ball, then no assist is awarded. Should two opposing players touch the ball after the final pass before a goal is scored, then no assist is awarded.
If a shot on goal is saved by a goalkeeper or hits the woodwork, and a goal is scored from the rebound, then an assist+ is awarded.
If a player shoots or passes the ball and forces an opposing player to put the ball in his own net, then an assist+ is awarded.
In the event of a penalty (but not a free-kick), the player earning the penalty is awarded penalty awarded points, not assist points.