As the final rounds of the Premier League unfurl, fans are gripped with anticipation. Manchester City stands at the precipice of glory, just one victory shy of their third successive title. However, the quest for the illustrious Champions League berths is far from decided. Manchester United feels the breath of Liverpool on their neck, leading them by just a point despite playing one game extra. The competition for the treasured European spots is sure to captivate. Down at the bottom, Southampton has already tasted the bitterness of relegation, while the destiny of the remaining two places hangs in balance. Nottingham Forest, Everton, Leeds United, and Leicester City find themselves ensnared in a captivating struggle. Amid this frenzy, fantasy managers too are gearing up to conclude their season on a triumphant note.

Matchday 36: The Standout Moments

Arsenal's hopes for the title suffered a severe blow as Brighton pulled off a striking 3-0 victory. Source:

The title seems destined for Manchester City following their decisive 3-0 victory against Everton. Simultaneously, Arsenal's title ambitions took a hit as Brighton mirrored City's scoreline against them. Manchester United and Liverpool sailed comfortably to victory, keeping the battle for Champions League slots alive, while Newcastle United bagged four points through a draw with Leeds United and a convincing victory over Brighton.

Brentford, Crystal Palace, and Fulham look to end their campaign on a positive note as they celebrated 2-0 victories. Fulham's triumph over Southampton sealed the latter's fate, consigning them to the Championship after a decade-long Premier League stint. Aston Villa remains in contention for the Europa Conference League spot, matching Spurs on points thanks to their 2-1 victory last week. Nottingham Forest managed a crucial draw against Chelsea, granting them a 3-point safety cushion over 18th-place Leeds United, with only two games to go.

Players to Keep an Eye on for Matchday 37

As the season nears its end, every match takes on increased importance for fantasy managers, with Manchester City, Brighton, Manchester United, and Chelsea all playing an additional rescheduled match from gameweek 32. Let's review some notable absences before identifying key players that could catapult you to the top of the leaderboard:

Missing in Action

Some key players will, unfortunately, be absent from the upcoming matches. Brentford's Ivan Toney has received an eight-month football ban for betting infringements. Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli is ruled out for the season with an ankle injury, and Manchester United will be missing Marcel Sabitzer for their remaining matches due to a knee injury.


Julian Alvarez. Source:

Brighton's Deniz Undav is attracting attention with his fantastic form, demonstrated in his recent performances against Arsenal and Newcastle United. He'll aim to maintain his momentum as Brighton plays twice this week.

Manchester United's Anthony Martial found the net against Wolverhampton Wanderers, adding to his season tally. United will be banking on his form as they face Bournemouth and Chelsea this week.

Pro Tip: Manchester City's Julian Alvarez (1149 points) could be a smart addition to your team for just 10.7 credits. Despite featuring in only 2% of fantasy squads, Alvarez has enjoyed a strong first season at City.


Douglas Luiz. Source:

Crystal Palace's Eberechi Eze scored a stunning brace against Bournemouth, and he'll be keen to add to his 10-goal tally against Fulham this week.

Chelsea's Conor Gallagher, thanks to his unwavering consistency and commitment, has established himself as a regular starter. With Chelsea poised to take on both Manchester clubs, Gallagher is ready to leave a lasting impression.

Pro Tip: Aston Villa's Douglas Luiz (1950 points) is a highly underrated pick, appearing in less than 1% of fantasy squads. At 10.1 credits, Luiz, who has been one of Villa's standout players this season, could be a great addition to your team.


James Tarkowski. Source:

Arsenal's Ben White is keen to impress England manager Gareth Southgate and will be looking to bounce back from Arsenal's defeat to Brighton.

Newcastle United's Dan Burn netted the decisive second goal against Brighton. He's enjoying a strong season and will be looking to secure Newcastle's Champions League spot next season.

Pro Tip: Everton’s James Tarkowski (1560 points), available for 7.1 credits, could provide a significant return. Currently, in less than 1% of squads, Tarkowski will be battling hard to maintain Everton's Premier League position.


Fraser Forster. Source:

Manchester City's Ederson Moraes may not be leading the golden gloves race this season, but he remains instrumental in City's success with 11 clean sheets and an assist.

Liverpool's Alisson Becker is the second-highest keeper in terms of clean sheets this season, and Liverpool will be relying on him to keep out an in-form Aston Villa side.

Pro Tip: At 4.1 credits, Tottenham's Fraser Forster (496 points) could be a high-risk, high-reward transfer. Featuring in less than 1% of fantasy squads, Forster will face a Brentford side lacking their star striker Ivan Toney due to a ban. 

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