Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

Congratulations to the 22/23 FPL winner Ali Jahangirov!

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

Congratulations to Jo who finished third in FPL and is the highest ever female finisher!

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

Erling Haaland was the highest scoring FPL player of 22/23 with 272 points

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

Burnley, Sheffield United and Luton promoted to the Premier League

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

UCL Fantasy top picks for Matchday 13 are out now!

Forward planning for Gameweek 36 and 37

We take a look at forward planning for Gameweek 36 and 37. With the help of the Fantasy Football Scout members area we can utilise its fixture ticker and underlying stats to pick out the best teams and players to target for the Gameweeks ahead.

Forward planning for Gameweek 36 and 37 can be absolutely vital to the success of any given managers season. The latter stage of the season is one of the most important periods in FPL so being able to target the right teams and players could be key.

Gameweek 36 and 37 fixtures

Below the fixture ticker orders the teams in difficulty order for the next two Gameweeks. The teams at the top have the best fixtures whilst the teams at the bottom have the worst fixtures. We can also see that Brighton have two double Gameweeks in this period whilst teams with one double Gameweek include Newcastle, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.

Who has the best fixtures?

Brighton, Manchester United, Manchester City, Newcastle and Chelsea all rank amongst the top five teams with the best fixtures.

Who has the worst fixtures?

Leicester, Nottingham Forest, Everton, Aston Villa and Leeds all rank amongst the bottom five teams with the worst fixtures.

Key players for Gameweek 36 and 37

It is also important to highlight the players with the most potential over the next two Gameweeks. Amongst those assets (in fixture difficulty order) include:

  • Brighton – Goalkeeper Jason Steele (£4m), defender Pervis Estupinan £4.9m) and midfielders Solly March (£5.3m), Kaoru Mitoma (£5.6m) and Alexis Mac Allister (£5.5m).
  • Manchester United – Defender Luke Shaw (£5.1m) and midfielders Bruno Fernandes (£9.4m) and Marcus Rashford (£7.2m).
  • Manchester City – Midfielders Jack Grealish (£7.3m) and Kevin De Bruyne (£12.2m) and striker Erling Haaland (£12.4m).
  • Newcastle – Defender Kieran Trippier (£6.1m) and strikers Callum Wilson (£7m) and Alexander Isak (£6.9m).
  • Liverpool – Defender Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.6m) and midfielder Mohamed Salah (£13m).
  • Tottenham – Striker Harry Kane (£11.4m).

Should we play a chip?

Yes. The next two Gameweeks are the only remaining rounds where we will have doubles. Double Gameweeks can have a much higher ceiling for points than single Gameweeks. For that reason, utilising the chips we have left now could be key. Lets take a look at the chips individually:

  • Free hit – The Free hit could be best used in Gameweek 37 where four teams have a double Gameweek. This allows managers to select the best three assets from each of those sides whilst also adding the best single Gameweek players.
  • Wildcard – The Wildcard could also be used now. This could help managers to maximise both of the double Gameweeks ahead.
  • Bench boost – Many managers will have strong benches at this point so playing the bench boost in Gameweek 37 for the doubles could be a wise move.
  • Triple captain – Gameweek 36 could be an option with either Kieran Trippier, Callum Wilson or Alexander Isak. However, many will be looking to triple captain Erling Haaland or even Marcus Rashford in Gameweek 37 for their doubles.

Keep up to date with all of our UCL Fantasy articles ahead of the semi-finals, all in one place, right here.

Fantasy Football Community