Fantasy Football Week 38 – All You Need to Know
Gameweek 38 marks the end of the 2016/2017 Premier League season (!), with all of this weekend’s matches kicking off at 3pm on Sunday. Last weekend’s action earned plenty of points for players recommended in our previous article, so read on to see our recent winners and tips for who to buy for the upcoming matches!
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Last Week’s Winner!
Gameweek 37’s winner was Micky Bell’s “Bellys Beltas”, who bagged himself £20 in bet365 free bets and, most importantly, an FST Mug!
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Who to Buy
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – Price: £11.7m
Harry Kane took charge of the race for this season’s Premier League Golden Boot with four goals against Leicester City during the week. Combined with his assist and a goal in the match prior, Kane recorded a season-high 31 point haul during the “double Gameweek”, making him the 2nd best forward in Fantasy Premier League this season – just 6 points behind Everton’s Romelu Lukaku. Based on Thursday’s dominant performance, the English forward has huge potential this weekend on the road to the relegated Hull City.
Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) – Price: £9.0m
Gabriel Jesus has three goals and two assists to his name since returning to the Manchester City starting eleven against Middlesborough in Gameweek 35. Jesus played a much wider role against West Brom during the week, but he was still able to return a combined 19 points over his “double Gameweek” and the 20-year-old’s movement and predatory instincts make him the most dangerous figure from Pep’s side ahead of Sunday. Watford have not only conceded more goals (15) than any other team over the last six Gameweeks, but the Hornets are also suffering from a number of defensive injuries and suspensions.
Mesut Özil (Arsenal) – Price: £9.5m
Mesut Ozil’s 15 point double Gameweek against Stoke and Sunderland (1 goal, 1 assist and 3 bonus points) was enough to earn him a spot in the FPL Dream Team last week. Owned by just 7.5% of FPL owners, the German should be considered a decent differential for the final match of the season. Ozil’s improved performances have been a crucial factor in Arsenal’s late surge and his 28 chances created in the last six Gameweeks are more than any other midfielder. Tuesday night’s 2-0 win at home to Sunderland also saw him create 12 key passes – four more than any other player in a single match this season. Going off Arsenal’s recent performances, Ozil would partner well with Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez in any lineup.
Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool) – Price: £8.6m
Despite being one of the players without a “double Gameweek”, Philippe Coutinho earned himself a spot in the FPL Dream Team for his performance against West Ham last Sunday. The Brazilian produced two goals and an assist which, when combined with his 3 bonus points, earned him a season-high 19 points haul. With a home encounter against Middlesbrough to come – a match that’s not only in Liverpool’s favour, but also a match in which a win would seal themselves a top four finish – Coutinho, having produced six goals and two assists in eight outings, has one of the highest potentials of any player this Sunday.
Joel Matip (Liverpool) – Price: £5.3m
Liverpool seemed to have finally worked out the problems from their defense, and with four clean sheets against West Brom, Watford, Southampton and West Ham from their last five Gameweeks, Joel Matip (£5.3m) has been a standout performer. Matip not only has the potential to capitalise on that form with points from a clean sheet against the Premier League’s weakest offence, Middlesborough, who have failed to score in nine of their last 11 away trips, but he also offers decent goal threat. For an FPL defender, only Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso (25) has registered more penalty-area shots than Matip (24) over the season.
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