Thanks to Aphelios's K/D/A and utility, he has a somewhat poor overall win rate. He does very well in the late game, with a winrate of 55.1% in that phase. Unfortunately, he does very poorly in the early game, where Aphelios's win rate is 43.6%., The difference between his best and worst game phases is a large 11.5%. This sizeable difference indicates that his power spikes and wanes in different parts of the match. Prepare well.
In the current meta, Aphelios is somewhat popular. He has been played in 4.4% of recently ranked rounds. Hardly anyone sees him as a threat. He has only been banned in approximately 1.1% of League rounds.
Aphelios is most commonly played in the bottom position. This occurs in 97,5% of his rounds. Bottom Aphelios also has the highest win rate (47,7%) of all positions. Currently, Aphelios's meta game is focused on dealing damage. Specifically, his build should mainly be focused on physical damage. Dealing magical damage is the least significant part of Aphelios’s gameplay.
If you are not familiar with his skills and gameplay, you probably will find it difficult trying him out for the first time. Many players believe him to be a tough champion to learn. Aphelios mostly does physical damage (93% of his total damage). He doesn't deal a lot of other damage types and should not be played as hybrid damage dealer..
Aphelios deals a good amount of damage during a normal match (19.404 damage). You may want to focus on building him as a powerful champion to crush your opponents.
He is an average damage dealer in the game with 6 kills on average each round. That is one of the highest kill rates among all bottoms. Moreover, he has a fairly above average death total with an average of 6.2 deaths per League round. Additionally, Aphelios's KDA is usually low with an average KDA ratio of 1.9 as well as 5.9 assists per round.