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Season Finale: Top FPL Picks for Gameweek 38

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After a nine-month long gruelling campaign, FPL is set for its season finale this Sunday. The gameweek 38 will provide the final throw of the dice for the managers as they seek to end the season as much high on the ranking ladder as they could. With both ends of the table sorted out except for the two Champions League spots, the managers are in for a bumpy road to decide which players to dispose of and whom to keep hold of ahead of the final gameweek. But don’t worry, we have got your back to provide the best solution to your niggling problems. As the curtains go down on yet another Premier League campaign, we have chosen our final round of FPL picks for gameweek 38.

WILLY CABALLERO

The Manchester City goalkeeper will guard the sticks for one final time this season as his side travel to Watford with the aim of securing Champions League football. The Hornets have struggled to find the back of the net in the past month. The recent high-scoring loss to the newly-crowned champions Chelsea was the first time Watford netted a league goal in the aforementioned time period, thus bringing a halt to a four-match goalless run. On the other hand, City

On the other hand, City have been more proficient when it comes to keeping cleansheets away from home this term, with 6 of the 11 shutouts coming on their travels. The £4.8m-priced shot-stopper would be hoping those goalscoring woes of the Vicarage Road outfit continues to haunt them on Sunday and provides a fitting end to his season.

 

The £4.8m-priced shot-stopper will guard the sticks for one final time this season as his side visit Vicarage Road to face a goal shy Watford side with the aim of securing Champions League football. #Football #FollowYourSport #FYS #PremierLeague #FPLscout #FPL

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HECTOR BELLERIN

The second-half of the season has been woeful for the Spaniard but a cleansheet, a bonus point and two assists in Gameweek 37 would have done his fragile confidence a world of good. In fact, those two assists against Stoke City were Bellerin’s first attacking contribution in the league in five months. Arsenal are set to host Everton in what is a must-win for the Gunners to keep their slim hopes of a top-four finish alive.

With the Toffees assured of a 7th-place finish, they have run out the steam in last one month during which the Merseyside outfit has scored just once in four league outings. This certainly raises the hopes of the Londoners keeping a cleansheet at the Emirates. Although his pricing of £6.5m could be a stumbling block, Bellerin playing further up the pitch is also a key factor to take note of as he could be involved among the goals yet again.

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With a cleansheet, a bonus point and two assists in Gameweek 37, Bellerin is poised for further attacking returns against a lackluster Everton side. #Football #followyoursport #FYS #PremierLeague #FPLscout #FPL

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MARC ALBRIGHTON

Another man who has benefitted since the change of reign at Leicester City is Marc Albrighton. The pacy winger has racked up a haul of 2 goals and 6 assists this season of which barring an assist, rest all have come under Craig Shakespeare. He has been arguably the Foxes’ most in-form player after Jamie Vardy in recent weeks and he will get probably one more chance to better his season tally when AFC Bournemouth visits the King Power on the final day of the season.

The Cherries have been the third most-leakiest defence in the top-flight with 66 goals shipped and 35 of them have been conceded since the turn of the year, making them the most fragile defence of the Premier League in 2017. Priced at a very feasible £5.0m and owned by a measly 2.6% FPL managers, recruiting the 27-year-old in your team could well prove to be an end-of-the-season masterstroke.

The pacy Leicester City winger has racked up a haul of 2 goals and 6 assists this season of which barring an assist, rest all have come under Craig Shakespeare. #Football #followyoursport #FYS #PremierLeague #FPLscout #FPL

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DANIEL STURRIDGE

Gametime has come at a premium for the Liverpool forward but with Roberto Firmino set to miss out once again this weekend, Sturridge should start for the second match on the spin. The former Chelsea man also opened the scoring against West Ham last weekend and would be brimming with confidence after an overall impressive display. The goal stretched his season tally to 3 goals and 4 assists which still sounds good enough, considering the 27-year-old has played only 694 minutes of Premier League football all season.

 

Owned by mere 1% managers and with a premium price tag of £9.6m, the Liverpool striker’s goals and assists could make the difference you are seeking on the final day of the season. #Football #FollowYourSport #FYS #PremierLeague #FPLscout #FPL

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With the striker rumoured to grace Anfield for the last time in Liverpool colours, he could end his time at the club on a high against an already relegated Middlesbrough. Boro have lost their defensive solidity in recent weeks having kept only one shutout in last 6 league matches. In the 11 league matches played by the Riverside outfit against the top 6 teams this term, on all but one occasion were they able to emerge with a cleansheet.

Also with nothing to play for, Steve Agnew could be making a host of changes for the trip to Merseyside. Owned by mere 1% managers and with a premium price tag of £9.6m, his goals and assists could make the difference you are seeking for on the final day of the season.

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