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FPL Challenge Gameweek 38 Tips

In this article we take a look at FPL Challenge Gameweek 38 Tips. That comes in the form of some top picks and the best captain but we also bring in one of our experts to reveal his team and talk through his different strategies to navigate the round ahead.

Our FPL Challenge Gameweek 38 tips can be extremely helpful. What we provide in this article can give you the knowledge to help tackle the fixtures ahead, but more importantly give you an edge and get you a step closer to winning a prize.

What is the Challenge this week?

This weeks Challenge is called ‘Final Day’. Managers can only select a maximum of one player per club.


We can see that there are some nice fixtures to target this week. Those fixtures include Arsenal v Everton, Brentford v Newcastle, Chelsea v Bournemouth, Liverpool v Wolves, Manchester City v West Ham and Sheffield United v Tottenham.

Top Picks

The structure of the Challenge could be a difficult one to navigate this week. With only one player allowed from each team, picking out the best asset from each side could be beneficial.

We can see that Cole Palmer tops the list with 21 goals, 12 assists and 236 points. Palmer remains the Blues best option and faces one of the worst defences in the league up next, Bournemouth.

Chasing the league title on the final day is Arsenal. It’s no surprise that penalty taker Bukayo Saka edges all of his teammates with 226 points.

Matching Bukayo Saka and ahead of his teammates is Ollie Watkins. Watkins faces a tough away game against Crystal Palace next but his overall form this season could be enough to stick with him on the final day.

There a lot of great options from Manchester City and it will be difficult to pick out one individual asset. But, penalty taker and striker Erling Haaland edges his teammates. Haaland has proven to be one of the most explosive assets in the game this season and could also be a viable captaincy option.

Tottenham face off with Sheffield United next up and it could be tempting to stray away from main man Son Heung-Min based on recent form. However, factoring in penalty duty and lack of appeal elsewhere, Son remains the standout pick.

Another player who could tempt managers is Liverpool’ highest earner Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian showed a glimpse of his old form with a 13-point return against Tottenham recently. A fixture against a poor Wolves defence this week could be a good opportunity to repeat that.


It is very difficult to look past Erling Haaland for the captaincy armband this week. The Norwegian seems to have found form again after a recent slump. In fact, in the last four league games Haaland has produced a huge seven goals.

@FPLReaction Challenge Team Reveal

Usually I would provide two drafts, one for set and forget managers and one for those who want to manipulate the loopholes in the game. This week the loop holes are useless due to the fact that all matches kick off at the same time.

However, a lot of managers will have similar looking teams this week due to the Challenge. So, my first draft will be the team I think is the best going into Gameweek 38 and my second team reveal will be a team full of differential options, or options that other managers will avoid as they focus on a sides standout pick.

This team below is probably what a lot of other managers will go for, give or take two or three players. Because of this I think I’m going to go different this week.

With the above in mind, take a look at my draft below.

You will notice that I have backed defenders from teams a lot of managers will want attackers from. Not only do I think those same teams have a good chance of keeping a clean sheet but I also feel the defenders below can offer huge attacking threat.

I have also added a couple of differentials in midfield with the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi who recently scored against Chelsea and Brentford’ Bryan Mbeumo.

We built the best Free Hit team for Gameweek 38 right here!

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