It’s the penultimate week of the season and the community have plenty of Gameweek 37 tips.
Wolves assets prove popular after an emphatic win last weekend and a fixture against Fulham.
With just two gameweeks remaining, it’s time to use up those precious chips. Many will be frustrated that they didn’t play them last weekend. Legomane brings the poll for those still undecided for the Gameweek 37 tips.
Congratulations to everyone who has successfully landed their Triple Captain chip this season 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Which is the Best Triple Captain option left for TC-Chip Hoarders…🤔
— Legomané (@Legomane_FPL) April 27, 2019
Manchester United are blessed with an excellent set of fixtures to close the season with. They may be off form, but the community are hopeful of returns. Matthew Jones sums up their motivation in a thread.
United assets for the last two GWs…the question may be one of motivation, but when United kick off against Hud on Sunday, only Spurs of the other top 4 rivals will have played the day before. Chelsea kick off at the same time, and Arsenal later that day. Cont..
— FPL Matthew (@FPLMatthew) April 28, 2019
Their opponents Huddersfield are on a woeful run, with plenty of premium assets making the FPL Dream Team against their defence. Claret FPL looks at the statistics, which make Pogba an intriguing choice for the Gameweek 37 tips.
With Man United playing Huddersfield and Cardiff, managers are considering them.
But is this just fixtures over form again?
I had a look at Huds last 6 opponents and the 4 matches they played before Hud to see if they were form busters
— Jimmy the Claret (@ClaretFPL) April 29, 2019
FPL Tips has plenty of Gameweek 37 tips in the preview. It’s a tricky week for captaincy, particular with Manchester City premium assets. Wolves denominate the lineup once more with their favourable fixture.
— FPLtips (@_FPLtips) April 30, 2019
FPL Salah sums up the bookies odds for this gameweek. Aguero takes a clear lead in the standings, with Liverpool assets Salah and Mane languishing further down this list. Will this make the captaincy decision easier?
#GW37 anytime scorer odds %
— Abdul Rehman (@FPL_Salah) May 1, 2019
Fantasy Bet take a look at the expected goal and assist charts over the last five games. It could be form over fixtures for Jamie Vardy owners, with Ryan Fraser and Eden Hazard creating plenty to add to their impressive assist tallies.
xG & xA Leaders (Last 5 Matches)
🍾 The Vardy party continues
🔫 Gunners still have the firepower
📈 Redmond finishing on a high
— FantasyBet (@fantasy_bet) May 2, 2019
With some pivotal questions to be answered, I’ve joined the panel over on Fantasy Football Scout this week to answer those key questions. With very little time remaining to make up ground, it’s important to get those big decisions right.
🗣 | We've put together another panel of #FPL managers to answer your questions on end-of-season strategy…
— Fantasy Football Scout (@FFScout) May 2, 2019
After a knock in the Champions League, Vertonghen looked set to miss his upcoming fixture against Bournemouth. There was positive news to come out of the Spurs press conference, brought by injury expert Ben Dinnery.
Vertonghen not ruled out of the Bournemouth game just yet. "We don't know, we need to wait. That is going to be a decision from the medical staff. We cannot guess now. We hope it is not a big issue and he is available soon."
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) May 2, 2019
Joe and Nathan return for the latest edition of the All Out Attack FPL podcast. Liverpool are high on the agenda, with a triple up looking wise for the remaining gameweeks of this season. Be sure to have a listen.
Mane, Salah, TAA, VVD & Robertson… are Liverpool going to rest any of them for #GW37? 🤔
— All Out Attack FPL (@AllOutAttackFPL) May 2, 2019
Fantasy Football Pundits bring the latest edition of the all important captaincy poll. It looks to be a race between the Manchester City premium assets, but for those that own both Aguero and Sterling, which would you pick?
©️ THE GW37 CAPTAINS POLL ©️
It’s that time of the week again #FPL bosses where we ask YOU, that all important question…
Who will be YOUR Gameweek 3️⃣7️⃣ captain?
[If OTHER, please comment below]
— Fantasy Football Pundits (@FFPundits) May 2, 2019
FPL Anonymous looks at the final fixture difficulty ratings for the season, with just two games to go. Crystal Palace and Manchester United ought to be prioritised with their average rating of 2.
Average FDRs for remaining FPL Gameweeks (GW37-38) sorted in order of difficulty (easiest to hardest), then team (A-Z):
2.0 – CRY, MUN
2.5 – ARS, FUL, MCI, SOU, TOT, WHU
3.0 – BOU, CAR, CHE, EVE, HUD, LIV, NEW
3.5 – BUR, WAT, WOL
4.0 – BHA
4.5 – LEI#FPL #GW37 #GW38 #FPLCommunity pic.twitter.com/iKFQZ9gefi
— Chris Woods (@chris_woods) May 1, 2019
Before you go… Keep an eye out on our Twitter account where my team for the Gameweek 37 tips will be revealed! Good luck!