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FPL: Buy, Sell and Keep for Gameweek 38

In this article we focus on buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 38. 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 38.

Debating which players are a buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 38 could be quite challenging. There are lots of factors to consider in the final round including the set of fixtures ahead, injuries, and whether your looking to gain rank.

Buy

  • Arsenal – The Gooners go into their final match in brilliant defensive and offensive form. As well as popular assets like centre-back Gabriel (£5.4m) and midfielder Bukayo Saka (£8.9m), midfielder Kai Havertz (£7.5m) and full-back Ben White (£6.1m) could be great options.
  • Chelsea – Chelsea remain a top team to invest in on the final day of the season. The Blues have shown defensive progress but their recent free-scoring is catching the eye. They also face Bournemouth up next who have been one of the worst defences in the league. For those looking for a punt at the back then Reece James (5.3m) could be it. James bagged an assist in his return from injury recently. As well as Cole Palmer (£6.3m) in attack, striker Nicolas Jackson (£7m) has impressed recently. Good differential options include midfielders Noni Madueke (£5.3m) and Conor Gallagher (£5.4m).
  • Liverpool – The Reds could be an interesting proposition this week. They come up against a recent defensively poor Wolves up next so their assets could help to gain rank or an edge. Midfielder and penalty taker Mohamed Salah (£13.4m) picked up 13 points recently whilst right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold (£8.4m) could be an exciting last day pick.
  • Manchester City – With a title match on the line and in relentless form, Manchester City should take priority. Looking past Erling Haaland (£14.2m) as captain could be difficult this week. Other popular options include midfielders Phil Foden (£8.5m) and Kevin De Bruyne (£10.6m). Meanwhile, the standout defender option is Josko Gvardiol (£5.1m) who has scored three goals in his last three league games.

Sell

  • Aston Villa – There are much better fixtures to target this week. Aston Villa have impressed this season but they face Crystal Palace away next and the Eagles have won an impressive five of their last six matches. Even Ollie Watkins (£8.9m) could be worth shipping out.
  • Bournemouth – Chelsea are in excellent form so backing against them could be limiting to your final round success. The Blues have been hit and miss but still kept a clean sheet in all three of their last home matches which is where they play this week. Because of this even Dominic Solanke (£7m) could face the axe.
  • Everton Defenders – The Toffees have sustained the second best defence in the league this season. However, options like goalkeeper Jordan Pickford (£4.8m) and Jarrad Branthwaite (£4.5m) may not be viable this week as they come up against Arsenal.
  • Manchester United – It’s been a tough season for Manchester United and recent results reinforce that. A match against Brighton away could have some potential for their assets but it could be better to replace them with players who have better form and a better fixture. Those assets include the likes of midfielder Bruno Fernandes (£8.5m) and Alejandro Garnacho (£5m).

Keep

  • Crystal Palace – For those who are still holding onto their Crystal Palace assets then one more week won’t hurt. In fact some may even decide to bring in some of their attackers as differentials. Options like striker Jean Philippe Mateta (£5m) and midfielders Michael Olise (£5.7m) and Eberechi Eze (£6m) fall into that category.
  • Newcastle – Recent performances haven’t been overwhelming and illness seems to have affected several players. However, a game against Brentford could be a good opportunity to finish in a European spot for the Magpies. With that, it could be wise to hold players like Alexander Isak (£8.4m) and Anthony Gordon (£6.4m).
  • Tottenham – It may be tempting to sell off Tottenham assets this week. But, with a game against a relegated Sheffield United next up, it would be wise to hold onto them. As frustrating as they can be Tottenham have the best fixture on paper this week.

Find out which players are going to return the most points in Gameweek 38 here.

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