Top 5 PB:
342, 310, 220, 190, 174
PB Scores over 200:
PB Scores over 250:
*PB Scores are from Aug 19 onwards, for the latest PB data visit Index Edge
Key FIC Player Rankings
Peak PB Scores
Ben Chilwell is a left back for Chelsea. Chilwell hit two PB scores over 300 last season by providing a total of 3 goal contributions in each game. It is worth pointing out that these PB scores came in games where Chilwell's side scored 7+ goals and kept a clean sheet. Chilwell is perhaps unlikely to be involved in many games where his team are so dominant and so he is unlikely to hit such high PB scores frequently in the future. Chilwell did hit a very respectable PB score of 220 last season without scoring or assisting so he does have some PB potential. Chilwell's strong PB potential comes from his strong passing ability, averaging 62 passes per 90 combined with his ability to contribute towards goals. Chilwell attempts to cross often, averaging 3.89 attempted crosses per 90 but last season only 18.4% successfully reached a teammate. As well as earning £0.13 in matchday dividends last season, Chilwell earned £0.06 in media dividends due to moving to Chelsea. However, with a lack of transfer speculation, Chilwell is unlikely to earn media dividends often in the future. Overall, Chilwell has a fairly strong chance of earning matchday dividends over the upcoming season due to playing for Chelsea in the Premier League and Champions League as well as playing for England at EURO 2021.
1 Year Price Graph
Ben Chilwell's price started the 2019-2020 season at £1.40. In late November 2019, Chilwell increased to a peak of £2.92 during the strong trend toward high PB scoring players as he had started the season very well. However, since then he has been unable to hit any PB scores over 173 and his price has subsequently fallen. Despite recently moving to Chelsea, Chilwell's price has dropped further and currently sits at a market price of £1.87 with an instant sell price of £1.71. Chilwell can occassionally hit high peak PB scores and he may rise in price further ahead of EURO 2021. However, he may struggle to hit such a high price as he did in November last season in the future, unless his PB scores improve considerably whilst at Chelsea. Overall, Chilwell appears fairly strong value at his current price given his age, team and opportunity to earn matchday dividends and improve further over the upcoming seasons at Chelsea and as a part of the England national side.
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