It’s the penultimate gameweek of the campaign – and it’s a big one.
12 teams out of 20 have bumper double gameweek so it is really is crunch time heading into the closing stages of the season.
GW37 deadline: 19:00 4/5/18 [BST]
1. Babgee Broncos (Ken Mulandi) 2132
2. Speedsters FC (Arun Kumar) 2075
3. Ewberz army (Harry Ewbank) 2073
4. Omnishambles reserve (Chris Rigby) 2069*
5. Hakuna Juan Mata (Nathan Albon) 2042
6. The Halitosis Kid (Bruce Chambers) 2018
7. Made of Stones (Lewis Ridley) 1957
Top scorer last gameweek: Icardi and Koke (Nathan Horn) 68 and *
David De Gea MUN £5.9m BHA [A] + WHU [A]
The league’s top scoring goalkeeper is pricey for a reason. As goals leak in at this time of year, you need someone who can keep them out in remarkable fashion – splash out on this man.
Aymeric Laporte MCI £5.1m HUD [H] + BHA [H]
Not being mentioned too much since has move to England proves how solid the Frenchmen has been. At a decent price and straightforward fixtures for a side looking to break records, he is definitely worth a shout.
Christian Eriksen TOT £9.6m WBA [A] + NEW [H]
Notching another to his tally of 10 assists (as well as 10 goals) last gameweek, it’s impossible to ignore the quality this man possesses. Aiming to finish strong and sell himself before a World Cup which is always the perfect stage to impress on, it’s no question you should think about getting him in.
Danny Welbeck ARS £7.3m BUR [H] + LEI [A]
Somehow coming into his own late in the day, the Mancunian might just be in contention to go to Russia if he carries on this slight purple patch. Possibly prosperous league games should tickle the fancy of a versatile forward who is fairly cheap for his output.
Friday 04 May
Brighton 20:00 Man Utd [Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League]
Saturday 05 May
Stoke 12:30 Crystal Palace [Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League]
Bournemouth 15:00 Swansea
Leicester 15:00 West Ham
Watford 15:00 Newcastle
West Brom 15:00 Spurs
Everton 17:30 Southampton [BT Sport 1]
Sunday 06 May
Man City 13:30 Huddersfield [Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League]
Arsenal 16:30 Burnley
Chelsea 16:30 Liverpool [Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League]
Tuesday 08 May
Swansea 19:45 Southampton [Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League]
Wednesday 09 May
Chelsea 19:45 Huddersfield [Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League]
Leicester 19:45 Arsenal
Man City 20:00 Brighton
Spurs 20:00 Newcastle
Thursday 10 May
West Ham 19:45 Man Utd [Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League]