Here’s our FPL fixture ranking GW37 article with the GW37-38 fixture ease schedule. We look at the teams with the best attacking fixtures from GW37 until the end of the season. There’s also some attacking player suggestions with their basic stats and their upcoming fixtures.
FPL FIXTURE RANKING GW37 – THE FIXTURE EASE SCHEDULE
This article was written before the Monday Spurs v Watford game
The schedule ranks the teams fixtures from an attacking perspective. The fixtures are ranked as a whole and there is no inherent increase in ranking for a double gameweek
The teams with a double gameweek 37 is shown on the schedule.
The order of the teams firstly is the best attacking fixtures for GW37-38.
Here I’m going to take the 6 highest ranked teams with a double fixture in GW37. They are Swansea, Spurs, Man City, West Ham, Man Utd and Chelsea. It’s a different presentation in that I’m going to put a basic schedule of stats for each player suggestion within each club and then some narrative afterwards.
I think the stats are self explanatory but if not Apps is starts+sub appearances. Pts/90 is FPL points per 90 minutes played.
The only option for me. The fixtures are great but he’s more of a funds provider than a front line player for your team
37 Bournemouth (A)
37 Southampton (H)
38 Stoke (H)
Just a reminder that this was written before the Monday game v Watford.
Kane has pens and will be a big captain and triple captain option for the double gameweek I would think.
Eriksen is the set piece man and Alli the attacking goal scoring midfielder although this season there assist and goals are reversed bizarrely.
Son has Lamela and Moura as potential rotation or substitution options may be a minutes and starting risk but he’s explosive when on the pitch
37 West Brom (A)
37 Newcastle (H)
38 Leicester (H)
The injury to Aguero looks season ending which gives Jesus a clear path to play in every game. That’s unless Pep decides to go for a false 9 which I guess is possible
The fact that Pep didn’t play Bernardo yesterday despite limited gametime could point towards his intent to win the remaining with a very strong team. Still given the short turnaround I would be surprised if any attacking midfielder played all of the last 3 games but also surprised if anyone apart from maybe Bernardo played less than 2 which is why I haven’t included him. Sane rested in GW35 maybe gives him the best prospect of 3 games. However second guessing Pep is a mugs game and you just have to make your pick and hope for the best.
De Bruyne has set piece responsibility. Who has pens is a tricky question. Jesus took the last one and missed and Gundogan took the pen before that. We do know that Ederson won’t be taking them though as Pep said emphatically in his press conference
37 Huddersfield (H)
37 Brighton (H)
38 Southampton (A)
Arnautovic maybe classified as a mid in FPL but he’s playing as a central striker.
37 Leicester (A)
37 Man Utd (H)
38 Everton (H)
* Lukaku is an injury risk and needs monitoring
Sanchez stats are just for his Man Utd games. He probably has penalties out of this lot although it’s not 100% clear to me. Sanchez and Lingard have been starting in a front 3 with Lukaku.
Lingard has great stats and underlying stats when on the pitch but that is the problem. He is very rotatable and also very prone to being subbed around 60 mins. In his last 5 games he’s started 4 and being on the bench in 1. His 4 starts have averaged 71 minutes and he was subbed on at half time in the other match.
Pogba has benefited from Mourinho playing a 4-3-3 more which allows him more freedom to get up the pitch. It’s 3 goals and an assist in his last 4 now
37 Brighton (A)
37 West Ham (A)
38 Watford (H)
With Willian not starting the last 2 Hazard is the only option for me now. He has the rare gift of pens for a midfielder as well.
37 Liverpool (H)
37 Huddersfield (H)
38 Newcastle (A)
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