Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 37 Preview

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Fantasy Premier League gameweek 37 has a Tuesday deadline. The penultimate week of the season has a full round of fixtures. Read on to find out more about this gameweek.

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 37 Picks

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With fans coming back into the stadiums from this gameweek, there is a lot of excitement around. Even teams that have nothing left to play for should feel motivated to perform in front of the fans. So, there is every possibility of a lot of goals being scored.


If one is pondering a keeper change, Ilan Meslier is probably the best shout for the last couple of matches. Martin Dubravka and Lukasz Fabianski are also worth consideration. However, it is probably not worth using a transfer on a keeper this late into the season unless necessary. Despite what happened last Sunday, one should not expect more goals from Alisson or other keepers.


The attack-minded defenders should be given more importance this time in the season. Trent Alexander-Arnold is in good form and managed another assist last week. Stuart Dallas has played in midfield most of the season and has two nice fixtures coming up. Vladimir Coufal is involved a lot in West Ham United‘s attacking play. Lucas Digne is also a very attacking full-back.

Those are the four to go for these last couple of gameweeks. Luke Shaw is good for this week but one has to wonder whether he might get a rest in the final match with the Europa League final coming up.

Those looking for a cheap defender, Tyrick Mitchell could provide a decent option. He seems set to start the remaining matches with Patrick van Aanholt missing out once again.


With three goals in the last five matches, Mohamed Salah is keeping Liverpool alive in the race to finish in the top four positions this season. The Egyptian is also fighting to win the golden boot. Burnley got a hammering against Leeds United on Saturday but with fans back at the ground, the Clarets are likely to give Liverpool a hard time at Turf Moor. Sadio Mané is also a good pick although finding a midfield spot for him might be tough for FPL managers.

With fans returning to Old Trafford, Bruno Fernandes should be fired up to perform against already-relegated Fulham. The Cottagers have nothing left to play for and looked disjointed against Southampton. In recent weeks, Fulham have given away a lot of big chances and goals. A comfortable home win is likely and Fernandes should get a decent score. Mason Greenwood is a tempting prospect as well but he can always get benched.

Gareth Bale and Son Heung-min are good choices this week. Bale has done well at home against lower-ranked sides recently with four goals in his last three home games. He managed an assist last week. Son is always a threat and one can never ignore him. However, when Bale starts, Son seems to play a more creative role.

Jesse Lingard has had four blanks in a row now. However, with two decent fixtures coming up, one should probably keep him and hope he can come good again. Raphinha is a good alternative if one wants to make a change. Those needing a replacement for the injured Diogo Jota can consider Raphinha and Lingard as well. Other options include Joe Willock and Phil Foden. However, one can never be sure about Foden’s starting status. Willock has two great fixtures to end the season and is in good scoring form.

Despite scoring a hat-trick on Friday, Ferran Torres may find himself on the bench this midweek with Riyad Mahrez, Phil Foden and Kevin De Bruyne waiting for a return to the line-up.


Despite scoring on Sunday, Harry Kane would have been frustrated not to have scored more against Wolves. Meanwhile, opponents Aston Villa have not performed well defensively recently with just one clean sheet in ten matches. Kane’s record is good against Villa as well with seven goals in eight matches against them. As Kane is looking for a move away from Spurs, he might be motivated to score a few goals for his final couple of games for the North London club.
A lot was expected from Dominic Calvert-Lewin last Sunday but he failed miserably as Everton bottled it against bottom of the league Sheffield United. Could Calvert-Lewin produce a good performance this Wednesday against Wolverhampton Wanderers?
From fighting for a top-four place West Ham now seem to be at risk of losing out on even a Europa League position. In fact, they need three more points to secure seventh spot which will see them participate in the Europa Conference League next season. Hammers fans will hope for some goals from Michail Antonio this week against West Bromwich Albion.

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 37 Captaincy Picks

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Fantasy Premier League Top Picks

  1. Harry Kane (£11.8)
  2. Mohamed Salah (£12.8)
  3. Bruno Fernandes (£11.4)
  4. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£7.6)
  5. Son Heung-Min (£9.7)
  6. Gareth Bale (£9.2)
  7. Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.7)
  8. Sadio Mané (£11.7)
  9. Lucas Digne (£6.2)
  10. Michail Antonio (£6.6)


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