Fantasy Football Analyst – Gameweek 37


Fantasy Football Analyst – Gameweek 37

The finishing line is in sight for Fantasy managers across the country, but with one final double gameweek on the cards, week 37 really could be make or break.

Here are our analyst’s top tips to keep you in contention for a final week showdown…


Ben Davies – £5.8 – Spurs

Davies has become a reliable performer at the back for Spurs this season, and with two gentle-looking fixtures against West Brom and Newcastle in the pipeline, he could get some joy down the wings.


Yaya Toure – £6.0 – Man City

The old war-horse may be a rare sight in a City shirt these days, but is enjoying some game time now Guardiola has the title sewn up. With easy-looking home games against Huddersfield and Brighton, can Yaya sprinkle some late season magic on the Premier League?

Reiss Nelson – £4.7 – Arsenal

Reiss Nelson

As rings true with Yaya, it’s a good time for managers to look at squad players from the Big Six to make an impact as the season peters out. Promising youngster Nelson could get some minutes to impress in two games against Burnley and Leicester.


Jordan Ayew – £5.3 – Swansea

It’s a week of reckoning for Swansea City with fixtures away to Bournemouth and at home to Southampton likely to define their league status for next season. The Ayew brothers will be key to Carlos Carvalhal’s sides fortunes, and it’s the younger brother who could be the value pick.

Olivier Giroud – £8.3 – Chelsea

Oliver Giroud

The Frenchman splits opinion but there’s little doubt at Premier League level, he remains a powerful goalscoring asset for any side. With two home games against a Liverpool side who may be off their game after a gruelling Champions League semi-final and a struggling Huddersfield, Giroud could really start to make his mark at Stamford Bridge.

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