Kickest Statistical Fantasy Football uses more than 20 stats to obtain a player score (in this article you can see all the actions that contribute to the score). All these stats have been chosen to give an extremely realistic player scoring.
This also means that Kickest scores are not comparable with the ones of other traditional fantasy football games. So, how to understand when a player has done well? How do I interpret a score?
We will help you! Here is a table that allows you to understand which judgment corresponds to a Kickest score and, therefore, understand if the player performance was positive or not:
|Great||over 26 points|
|Very well||betw. 22 and 25,9 points|
|Well||betw. 18 and 21,9 points|
|Sufficient||betw. 14 and 17,9 points|
|Almost suff||betw. 10 and 13,9 points|
|Bad||betw. 6 and 9,9 points|
|Very bad||under 5,9 points|
Based on this table, newcomers to the game will be able to learn to understand when to replace a player (for further information: Kickest Matchdays: What are the Game Turns) and when to keep him as a starter.
Obviously the factors that can determine or not a substitution are many: such as the position in the ranking (general, for a Matchday or within a private league) or the characteristics of the player who takes over (ex: Salah in T3 can easily take the place of a 20.0 pts).
Now you have everything you need to decide whether to keep a player on the field or substitute him. Have fun!
If you have other doubts, here you will find 3 useful resources to learn more: