FPL Gameweek 37+ Player Picks

FPL Gameweek 37+: Here are the Player Picks from all the matches 

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With 21 points from 36 games, Norwich was the first team to be relegated this season. Their players seemed to have lost any interest in fighting for more points. Burnley are safe and being a small club with a very tight budget, any improvement in league positions will mean more money to strengthen for next season.

Player pick – Pope (BUR, 5.1m, TSB 21.3%) – He currently leads the league with 14 clean sheets and will be very motivated to win the Golden Glove award.



Bournemouth faces an uphill task to stay in the Premier League but they have improved in their last 3 games. Southampton’s form is decent but it has been a tough schedule of games since Project Restart.

Player pick – Stanislas (BOU, 5.8m, TSB 0.1%) – With perhaps the greater motivation for points, his form is decent with 2 goals and 1 assist. Ings (SOU, 7.5m, TSB 30.2%) could do well if he starts but he might be due a rest after playing all the games.



This should be an exciting game with lots of goals in them. Tottenham has improved since Kane (TOT, 10.9m, TSB 10.8%) and Son are playing up front together while Vardy is leading the chase for the Golden Boot award. Both sides would also need to take something from this game to keep their European dreams alive.

Player pick – Son (TOT, 9.6m, TSB 7.1%) – With 2 goals and 1 assist in his last 2 games, he is very likely to score against a leaky Leicester defence.



Brighton needs 1 more point to guarantee surivival while Newcastle players are probably wishing they are on the beach instead of the football pitch.

Player pick – Ryan (BHA, 4.7m, TSB 11.6%) – He has been a consistent performer for the last few seasons and has a good chance of a clean sheet.



The loss at Leicester was a blow to Sheffield United’s hope for Europe but nothing seems to faze Chris Wilder and his players. They will be defensively organised against an Everton side who has been poor since the league restarted.

Player pick – Stevens (SHU, 5.2m, TSB 4.4%) – A defender who likes to join in the attack, he has a good chance of a clean sheet and some attacking returns.



Wolves will feel hard done by with the last minute equaliser by Burnley but they still remain in 6th place with 2 games to go. They will fancy their chances for the win against a Palace side who has injuries mounting.

Player pick – Jimenez (WOL, 8.1m, TSB 31.2%) – He is the main man for Wolves and has scored in 2 successive games. He is on penalty duties as well.

Jimenez FPL GW31+


This is a tough game to call as Manchester City are assured of 2nd place and this game comes after their FA Cup semi-final. Pep is rotating 4-5 players at least in between games to ensure that all his players stay fit for their upcoming Champion Leagues games. On the other hand, Watford is fighting relegation and is in decent form.

Player pick – Deeney (WAT, 6.2m, TSB 1.8%) – It is safe to say when Deeney plays well, Watford plays well.



Aston Villa is still in the relegation scrap while despite Arsenal’s inconsistent form, they still have a chance for Europe.

Player pick – Aubameyang (ARS, 10.9m, TSB 21.7%) – Given a rest against Liverpool, he would still harbour hopes for more goals to see if he can retain the Golden Boot award he won last season.



Manchester United continued their unbeaten streak with a clinical 2-0 win away to Palace. West Ham are also in decent form with Antonio the talk of the town with his 4 goals against Norwich.

Player pick – Fernandes (MUN, 9.1m, TSB 29.9%) – He is on free kicks, corners and penalty duties. He has also scored 5 goals and 5 assists since the restart.



Liverpool will be handed the Premier League trophy at the end of this game. Their form has been patchy, but this is one game they will not want to lose. Chelsea probably needs to get something out of this game to keep their Top 4 hopes alive.

Player pick – VVD (LIV, 6.5m, TSB 43.2%) – After his error at Arsenal, he will want to make amends and will be on full concentration to make sure Liverpool do not lose their last home game this season.


All the best and good luck this gameweek!

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