With only a couple of outings remaining this season, chances are running out for you to rise to the top of your league. With this in mind, we have provided you with some cracking 7 Fantasy Premier League tips for Gameweek 37.
Fantasy Premier League Tips For Gameweek 37
Diogo Jota - £6.3m
After experiencing a fairly quiet opening half of the season, Jota has become one of the most effective attacking midfielders in the Premier League in recent times. The 23-year old has bagged four goals and three assists in his last eight outings.
Wolves will face a surprisingly competitive Fulham team at home this weekend, hoping to strengthen their grip on seventh place. We fancy Jota to help them do just that.
Marcus Rashford - £7.3m
Manchester United need to win this weekend to keep any slim Champions League hopes alive, but luckily for them they couldn't have picked a better opponent.
Huddersfield have conceded an outrageous 74 goals in the league this season and haven't picked up a point since the end of February. In all, they have picked up three points from the last 42 available. Marcus Rashford should have a decisive say in this one.
Alexandre Lacazette - £9.4m
Considering Arsenal's recent form, as well as their Europa League involvement this midweek, picking any of their players could be considered somewhat of a bold move. But when you consider they are playing Brighton at home, you have to go for it.
The Seagulls haven't won a game since the start of March, and despite their ongoing relegation battle, you would think it unlikely that streak ends at The Emirates. Lacazette hasn't netted in his last four appearances, but was on a strong run of form prior to that.
This is the perfect game for him to get back on track, and Arsenal definitely need a result to keep their Champions League chase alive.
Lukasz Fabianksi - £4.7m
West Ham sprung the surprise of the round in gameweek 36, coming away from the new White Hart Lane with all three points. We expect them to continue their strong form this week when they host the already safe Southampton.
While Shane Long has rediscovered his form, you wouldn't bet against a clean sheet from The Hammers, making Fabinaski a cheap option to have in the nets this week.
Callum Wilson - £6.8m
Spurs coming off a very tough Champions League game, with another only a few days away? With a depleted squad ravaged by injuries and fatigue? Callum Wilson in the midst of a hot streak?
Sign us up. Three goals and three assists in his last three games means the England international is currently in one of his trademark hot periods, something that does not make for pretty reading for Spurs.
They will be without a number of first team players for this one, and this is before you account for their exploits in midweek. In their last home game of the season, Wilson and Bournemouth will want to put on a show for their supporters. This one has goals written all over it.
Sergio Aguero - £11.9m
While it feels like Manchester City may be feeling the pressure of the title race slightly, Sergio Aguero continues to come up big for his side. His winner against Burnley last weekend could prove a decisive moment, and you get the feeling he could repeat that feat against Leicester City on Monday evening.
Leiceister, and especially Jamie Vardy, have a decent record against the top six, but with so much on the line you get the feeling Manchester City will get the job done. There is also the small matter of the golden boot for the Argentinian to consider...
Luke Shaw - £5.0m
If Huddersfield have a propensity to ship goals at the back, they are even worse at scoring them at the other end. They have managed just 20 in the league this season, 10 fewer than any other side.
While United have their own defensive problems at the moment, you would think they should deal with the toothless Terriers quite easily. Shaw should get a clean sheet, and will also have the chance to add to his five assists this season.