There are just two weeks left of action in the Premier League and FPL. Let us take you through 10 players you should consider ahead of the last double gameweek of the season.
There isn’t much time left for you to have a big FPL impact but the final two weeks of the season could be the difference between glory or failure. This is the final double gameweek, with five sides playing twice in gameweek 37 so we’ve brought the focus on those clubs as we look to maximise our points.
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The end of the season excitement is building with the title, top four and relegation battles all looking as though they will be going to the final day of the season. Everton and Burnley are both still fighting for their lives at the foot of the table, whilst Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and Leicester City all have their eyes on a top half finish. Let’s dive into the players from those clubs that could bring you FPL glory this week.
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CRY (H), BUR (H)
Tyrone Mings has made 11 interceptions in his last six games, only four other central defenders in the league have made more; Aston Villa have kept two clean sheets within that period and Mings could be a great sleeper pick to bring into your squad against a Palace side with nothing to play for and a Burnley side that have averaged less than a goal a goal this season.
CRY (H), BUR (H)
Danny Ings has three direct goal involvements in his last four games (2 goals, 1 assist); no other Aston Villa player has more. Ings looked in good shape against Liverpool in midweek and was unlucky not to be on the scoresheet, he’ll be looking to finish the season strongly and comes up against opposition that have both conceded more than a goal a game on average this season.
TOT (A), AVL (A)
Nathan Collins has made 18 tackles in his last six games, only five other defenders have made more; Burnley have kept 2 clean sheets in that period. Burnley are fighting for their Premier League lives and Collins has established himself as hugely important to the side during their recent good form. It’s hard to push for a relegation threatened defender in your squad but if you are going that route, Collins looks to be your best bet.
TOT (A), AVL (A)
Wout Weghorst has 13 shots in his last six games, no other Burnley player has more; Weghorst is joint-second for direct goal involvements (1 goal, 1 assist) within that period. Burnley are in desperate need of goals as they try and avoid relegation and Weghorst looks to be the best bet if you are looking for a striker that has enough chances without breaking the bank.
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AVL (A), EVE(A)
Crystal Palace have kept five clean sheets in their last eight games, only four other players in the team have had more shots than Marc Guehi (five) in that period. Offering the chance of points at both ends of the pitch is a major bonus and with Palace playing sides with nothing to play for, or who have struggled for goals, Guéhi could represent serious value this week.
AVL (A), EVE(A)
Wilfried Zaha has 10 shots on target in his last five games, the joint-highest among forwards in the league; he has also created 10 chances and scored three goals in that period. Zaha has looked in fantastic form as the end of the season approaches and, at less than £7m, isn’t going to be a massive strain on a tight budget. If Zaha can continue his form into the double gameweek, he could be the steal of week 37.
BRE (H), CRY (H)
Jordan Pickford has made 20 saves in his last six games, only five other keepers have made more; among those keepers, Pickford has the joint-most clean sheets (3). Some good stats for the Everton stopper and, with a couple of incredible saves in recent weeks, he could be a great shout to close out your season. Neither Brentford, or Crystal Palace, have anything to play for and that could play into the Toffees hands as they bid to escape the drop.
BRE (H), CRY (H)
Anthony Gordon has created eight chances in the last six games for Everton, the second highest in the team; no one has created more big chances (two) than the midfielder in the same period. Gordon has emerged as one of the few shining lights in a dismal season for Everton and he seems to have a natural ability to put defenders on the back foot. In a week that is crucial to Everton’s Premier League status, he might be the player to really make things happen for them.
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WAT (A), CHE (A)
Ademola Lookman has three goals in his last five starts for Leicester City, he is the joint-highest scorer in the team within that period. And yet he’s still overlooked and underrated. Lookman is showing some great confidence and, with a game against already relegated Watford, it could be another chance for the youngster to find the net and really stake a claim for a permanent move back to the Premier League.
WAT (A), CHE (A)
Only one Leicester City player has had more shots on target than Patson Daka (4) in the last six games; Daka has converted 1 big chance, the joint-most in the team in that period. It seems like a straight shootout between Daka and Kelechi Iheanacho for this position but Daka has looked in better form recently, taking his goal against Everton well. He’ll be keen to show that he should be leading the line for the Foxes next season and a strong finish here could be enough to do that.