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Fantasy Premier League Tips And Transfers For Gameweek 38

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Fantasy Premier League Tips And Transfers For Gameweek 38

It's make or break time for Fantasy Premier League managers as we've arrived at the 38th and final gameweek of the season.

After a drama-filled season with twists and turns at almost every corner, the 2020/21 Premier League campaign reaches its conclusion on Sunday.

Once the season finishes it will be a great moment to reflect on the highs and lows, good decisions and bad decisions, of a season like no other.

Who will finish as the Premier League's top goalscorer this season?
Who will finish as the Premier League's top goalscorer this season?
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Harry Kane or Mohamed Salah? Who will finish as the Premier League's top goalscorer this season? Both players are locked on 22 goals with one game remaining and they will both be popular captaincy choices for the final gameweek of the campaign.

Our Gameweek 37 tips saw Michael Antonio bag a hat-trick and Joe Willock net his sixth goal in six games.

And with just one game left to go, we have picked out our best transfer suggestions to consider based on team needs alongside captaincy choices.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)

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Price: £7.8m

Points: 155

Targeting teams with something to play for will be key, particularly as far as defenders are concerned - given we often see some crazy scorelines on the final day, clean sheets could be hard to come by.

It was Andy Robertson who racked up the points for Liverpool in midweek, but Trent Alexander-Arnold has been excellent of late.

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And with one last push to get into Gareth Southgate's Euro 2020 England squad, Alexander-Arnold might be throwing everything he has in the last game of the season.

Trent Alexander-Arnold should finish the season strong in a bid to make the England team
Trent Alexander-Arnold should finish the season strong in a bid to make the England team

Joe Willock (Newcastle United)

Price: £4.8m

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Points: 71

If ever an example was needed of a player benefitting from a loan spell, Joe Willock's time at Newcastle United has been a huge success.

Joining the club on loan from Arsenal in January, the midfielder has scored seven goals in 13 appearances for Steve Bruce's side.

How can you leave him out at the moment? Six goals in six games, a bargain price and a favourable fixture against relegated Fulham. He's a no-brainer of a signing.

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Joe Willock has scored six in his last six games for Newcastle
Joe Willock has scored six in his last six games for Newcastle

Patrick Bamford (Leeds United)

Price: £6.6m

Points: 188

Patrick Bamford had had a quiet few weeks but bounced back in a big way against Southampton in midweek and you sense Leeds United will fancy putting on a show at Elland Road.

Bamford could also be a strong captaincy option for FPM managers with the attention firmly on the teams battling for European places.

Leeds hammered West Bromwich Albion 5-0 in their meeting at the Hawthorns and will be fancied for more goals on the final day.

Patrick Bamford could be a strong capitancy option for FPL managers
Patrick Bamford could be a strong capitancy option for FPL managers

Sadio Mane (Liverpool)

Price: £11.7m

Points: 160

Mohamed Salah will be the obvious choice from a Liverpool side who must win to seal Champions League qualification, but Sadio Mane represents a differential for those looking to make up late ground.

Mane has had a poor season by his standards, but still poses a threat when he is on the pitch.

And with Diogo Jota out, Mane is certain to start Liverpool's last game and FPL managers may want to take a punt on him.

Sadio Mane is almost certain to start Liverpool's last game and might have a point to prove
Sadio Mane is almost certain to start Liverpool's last game and might have a point to prove

Gameweek 36 captain picks

Safe options:

  • Mohamed Salah
  • Harry Kane
  • Patrick Bamford

Alternative options:

  • Raphinha
  • Joe Willock
  • Sergio Aguero

Topics: Mohamed Salah, Harry Kane, Fantasy Premier League

Robert Mann
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