Fantasy Premier League: Hot tips ahead of Double Gameweek 37


The penultimate gameweek of the Fantasy Premier League season is a big one with six teams playing twice in a bumper round of fixtures. With the season almost ending, most managers are solely focused on players from double-gameweek teams, in a bid to collect the most points that will make them finish their mini-leagues on a high.

FPL experts are providing managers with everything they need to know ahead of the DGW 37 whose deadline is on Saturday May 10, 2024 at 13:00 EAT.



GOALKEEPER: Djordje Petrovic (Chelsea)
The Serbian shot-stopper faces Nottingham Forest and Brighton in improving form in Fantasy. Petrovic kept back-to-back clean sheets for the first time this season, amassing 15 points in that run. This is also a clear indication that Chelsea’s backline has improved tremendously.

DEF: Lewis Dunk (Brighton)
Brighton captain Lewis Dunk carries big potential for the Seagulls’ double gameweek, with a clean sheet last time out taking them up to six for the season. Dunk is one of the most attacking defenders in the game, leading the way for goals scored this season, having found the back of the net on three occasions.

DEF: Dan Burn (Newcastle)
The English centre-back has helped Newcastle collect a league-high eight clean sheets at home ahead of their match with the Seagulls. His aerial threat will pose a big problem against Man Utd, who have conceded a league-high 190 shots at set-pieces.

DEF: Marc Cucurella (Chelsea)
The Spaniard has produced both his assists this season, and three of his four clean sheets, across the Blues’ last seven contests. That run includes back-to-back clean sheets against Spurs and the Hammers in the last two Gameweeks, the first time this season Mauricio Pochettino’s side have achieved such a feat.

MID: Kevin De Bruyne (Man City)
Three goals, three assists, and 42 points in his last five appearances showcase the Belgian’s fine form ahead of Man City’s encounters with Fulham and Tottenham. The underlying statistics across those matches emphasise the midfielder’s huge all-round influence.

MID: Cole Palmer (Chelsea)
The in-form English starlet heads into DGW37 as the top-scoring midfielder in Fantasy over the last four Gameweeks. The Chelsea star has 42 points in that run, scoring five goals and supplying an assist over his four outings.

MID: Anthony Gordon (Newcastle)
The sensational winger has been a major influence on Eddie Howe’s side who have scored at least four goals in three of their last four Premier League games. Gordon has scored once and supplied five assists in that period to collect a total 34 points.

MID: Son Heung Min (Spurs)
The South Korean was a huge success against both his DGW37 opponents earlier this season. Son scored a hat-trick against Burnley to earn 20 points in gameweek four, then produced a goal, an assist, and 10 points against Man City in Gameweek 14. He will look to extend his good form, making him an easy to go pick for most managers.

FWD: Richarlison (Spurs)
Richarlison is back among the Spurs squad following injury and has played centrally in his recent appearances, ousting Heung-min Son to be a potential out of position prospect. He grabbed a goal and an assist in his substitute appearance against Liverpool.

FWD: Alexander Isak (Newcastle)
The Swede has scored eight goals and contributed two assists in seven appearances since the international break. Isak is now up to 20 goals for the season, with an outside chance for the Golden Boot. With this in mind, he may remain on penalties, despite failing to convert against Burnley last time out.

FWD: Erling Haaland (Man City) – CAPTAIN
The Norwegian looks to have rediscovered his top form just in time to fire City to a fourth Premier League title in a row. He scored four times against Wolves last time out to record his season-high haul of 21 points. That took Haaland’s tally to seven goals, an assist and 44 points in his last four outings, a decent figure for the talisman.

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