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FPL: Buy, Sell and Keep for Gameweek 36

In this article we focus on buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 36. We dive into the Fantasy Football Scout Members area to use the fixture ticker and underlying stats with intention of categorising key assets as a buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 36.

Debating which players are a buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 36 could be quite challenging. There are lots of factors to consider this week including the set of fixtures in the round ahead, injuries, and a huge Double Gameweek in 37.


  • Chelsea – Chelsea have four good fixtures from now until the end of the season. This alone makes them extremely investable this week. At the back Dorde Petrovic (£4.6m) remains a good option between the sticks. Rotation in defence makes it tough to acknowledge any other option other than the goalkeeper. Cole Palmer (£6.2m) will be a shoo-in whilst striker Nicolas Jackson (£6.9m) could be the next best option. Midfielder Noni Madueke (£5.3m) continues to go under the radar even after his goal and assist against Aston Villa.
  • Everton – Everton, more specifically the Everton defence ranks as the second best in the league for total clean sheets. The Toffees face Luton and Sheffield United next which could mean more defensive potential. Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford (£4.7m) has bagged two double-digit returns in his last three matches. Those looking for a defensive option with more potential then Jarrad Branthwaite (£4.3m) scored in a recent match.
  • Manchester City – Chasing the league title Manchester City have plenty of motivation. This along with good fixtures makes them a good team to invest in. In defence their most attacking option seems to be Josko Gvardiol (£5m) who has collected three goals and one assist in his last six league games. Kyle Walker (£5.4m) could well be a safer option in terms of gametime but with less attacking threat. Penalty taker Erling Haaland (£14.2m) remains the standout option, along with midfielder Phil Foden (£8.3m). But, Kevin De Bruyne (£10.5m) could be an alternative option.
  • Manchester United – On the other side of Manchester, The Reds also have a double in Gameweek 37, as well as good fixtures in Gameweek 36 and 38. Goalkeeper Andre Onana (£5m) could help fill a goalkeeper slot. However, going even cheaper managers could select Harry Maguire (£4.2m) who scored recently. Budget midfielder Alejandro Garnacho (£5m) remains a great enabler but penalty taker Bruno Fernandes (£8.5m) has been sustaining fantastic attacking data recently.
  • Newcastle – Burnley are up next for Newcastle but then they go onto face a double Gameweek and then Brentford after that. The Magpies are in strong overall form going into the latter stages so buying their assets is likely to be rewarding. Defensively one of the cheapest and safest assets could be Dan Burn (£4.6m). Deadly duo Anthony Gordon (£6.3m) and Alexander Isak (£8.3m) could be essential moving forward.


  • Aston Villa – For those who are yet to sell Aston Villa assets then it isn’t too late. Aston Villa do not have a double Gameweek in 37, instead they face Liverpool. So, ditching the likes of Ollie Watkins (£9m) could open up enough budget target a player with more and easier fixtures.
  • Bournemouth – The Cherries are another side who do not double from now until the end of the season. They come up against Arsenal and Chelsea in the remaining three fixtures so even Dominic Solanke (£7.3m) could be considered an easy sell.
  • Malo Gusto (£4.3m) – With Gusto injured again and Reece James in training, looking elsewhere could be a wise move. Even if he returns for Gameweek 37, it’s likely his minutes will be managed.
  • Liverpool – Liverpool have been extremely frustrating in recent weeks and their assets cost too much money for inconsistency. The likes of Mohamed Salah (£13.5m) and Darwin Nunez (£7.7m) not only failed to start their last match but they do not have a double in Gameweek 37.
  • Wolves – Many will be hoping to prepare for Gameweek 37 in the next couple of Gameweeks and Wolves do not have a double. They also have a tough game against Manchester City this week so it could be time to part ways.


  • Arsenal – Arsenal are one of many teams who do not have a double Gameweek in 37. However, they have been fantastic recently both defensively and offensively. With Bournemouth next up they could have plenty of potential. So the likes of Gabriel (£5.4m), and Bukayo Saka (£9m) should be a hold this week.
  • Crystal Palace – For those managers who targeted Double Gameweek 34 and didn’t have a chip to reshape their squads after, don’t worry. Holding Crystal Palace assets could be a great play this week. Manchester United have conceded more attempts on goal than most teams in the league. So, players like Michael Olise (£5.6m) and Jean-Philippe Mateta (£5.1m) could be worth hanging on to.
  • Tottenham – Tottenham may have another tough fixture this week. But, Liverpool, their upcoming opposition, have been extremely inconsistent recently. Tottenham also have a double in Gameweek 37 so selling now seems unwise. The likes of Son Heung-Min (£9.9m) and Pedro Porro (£5.8m) are almost certainly worth keeping.

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