After a poor round of midweek games, the community return with their FPL Gameweek 37 tips.
It’s set to be a truncated gameweek, and doubly difficult to prepare for, with four big sides involved in FA Cup fixtures midweek.
First up, FPL Corf shares his FPL Gameweek 37 tips in another update for his Twitter thread. As always, there’s a captain in the mix, and it may raise some eyebrows, since it’s a player who has been sold heavily ahead of the latest deadline.
?My GW37 Thoughts
? Hot Property
? Differential Central
❔ Something to Consider
? GW36 Takeaway
I know GW36 hasn't finished yet but I needed to give you something to read on your Friday morning toilet break! ?
— FPL Corf ??????? (@CorfFpl) July 16, 2020
Another episode of the FPL Fan Show covers all key topics for the set of fixtures ahead. Manchester City and Burnley assets are top of the agenda, they arguably have the best fixtures of any side over the final two games.
NEW EPISODE – GW37+
? Hot topics
? Assessing City assets
⭐️ Has Harry Kane returned?
? Burnley options
? Do we sell Trent?
?✈️ Correct Captain
— FPL Fan Show (@FPLfanshow) July 16, 2020
It’s a very special episode of the FPL Surgery podcast, with a brand new host revealed for the upcoming season. All of the usual topics are also covered, including the big captaincy decision. It looks set to be a difficult decision this week.
179th EPISODE OF THE #FPL SURGERY PODCAST!
This week's guest who will be taking over in the hosts chair next season has 4 top 10k finishes in FPL with his highest being 2214. Rich Davies aka @flapjackfpl
— FPL Surgery PODCAST (@FPLSurgery) July 16, 2020
Wolves are top of the clean sheet odds for this week, with their game Crystal Palace. As always, FPL Salah has the bookies clean sheet odds for the entire slate of fixtures and they make interesting reading for anyone shopping for a new goalkeeper or defender.
#GW37 clean sheet odds %
— FPL Salah (Abdul) (@FPL_Salah) July 17, 2020
Mo Salah has frustrated his owners over the last couple of games, but the word from Bakar is that he has been unlucky. If you’re undecided on what to do with the Egyptian, these stats are well worth a read.
4 shots in the box and 2 big chances for Salah in his previous 2 games each without registering a FPL return is an incredible amount of underperformance. Those stats suggest that owning him was the right call, he should have had 2 double digit hauls yet blanked twice. Brutal #FPL pic.twitter.com/8OHUMtiDuK
— AbuBakar Siddiq (@BigManBakar) July 15, 2020
Nick Pope looks to be the standout goalkeeper selection this week, with the offensive quality of the defence non-existent. However, the ability to amass save points and subsequent bonus points could be a struggle.
How essential is Pope in GW37?
✅ Norwich have scored 2 in 1,080 minutes
✅ Burnley have conceded 3 goals in the last 5 weeks
❌No save point vs Norwich since 30+
❌Norwich have 10 shots on target since 30+
— FPLTIPZ (@FPLTIPZ) July 16, 2020
Adam Hopcroft has analysed the fixtures going into the weekend’s round of games with some important findings. There’s been some key form players on home turf since the restart, with Anthony Martial leading the way.
Last 4 home games – notable players
?Martial – 8, 21, 14, 13 = 56?
?Mane – 13, 9, 11, 2 = 35
?Rashford – 12, 9, 6, 7 = 34
?Fernandes – 6, 3, 15, 5 = 29
?Salah – 9, 11, 6, 2 = 28
?Greenwood – 8, 2, 13, 2 = 25
⚪Son – 2, 6, 3, 13 = 24
?Jimenez – 2, 9, 2, 8 = 21
— Adam Hopcroft (@ahopcroft13) July 17, 2020
Fantasy Football Hub delve further into the statistics with this graphic as part of their membership offering. It’s Anthony Martial who is far superior to Bruno Fernandes in a number of areas, at Old Trafford.
Martial ? Bruno
— Fantasy Football Hub (@FFH_HQ) July 17, 2020
The FPL Gents watchlist of differentials sees an update going into the final few games. Pulling off some of these punts could really help you to rise up the rankings in the final two gameweeks.
DF: Erik Pieters (£4.2m, 4.3% TSB) – Pieters has started the last 5 games in midfield for Burnley and could be in line to do the same against already-relegated Norwich. pic.twitter.com/c5ByM3ViBT
— FPL Gents ? (Oscar) (@fpl_gents) July 17, 2020
Finally, Ben Dinnery gives us another injury update ahead of the deadline. Charlie Taylor could be absent for the Norwich game, which could be a big miss for one of the most likely clean sheets of the week.
Sean Dyche confirms Charlie Taylor suffered a hamstring injury during the 1-1 draw with Wolves.
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) July 15, 2020
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