The Player Base Scores report is used to uncover players who can generate huge match day scores without scoring a goal, GWG, creating assists, keeping a clean sheet or win/loss points.
A high baseline score means additional potential for dividends if players can find form in front of the net or keep a clean sheet. It’s usually the players who see a lot of the ball or in the thick of the action who rack up a lot of passing points or crossing points – even tackles, interceptions and clearances.
The report contains various metrics to help filter and sort players by average base scores (scores without goals, game winning goals, assists, clean sheets & win/loss points) as well as a separate column for those bonus points.
Some players will be stronger in one area than another – and some may well be strong in both. You can even view the amount of dividend wins for each player to help you see if a decent base score helps that player get close to winning dividends or actually winning dividends.
Watch how to use this report here: