We have nearly reached the end of the Premier League season and the table has almost taken the shape, Fantasy Premier League managers will now be thinking of re-building their Fantasy Squads ahead of blank gameweek FPL Gameweek 36. The roster of players to choose from is huge, but with the 100 million budget, you will need to make your choices carefully. Amongst the roster, there are some individuals that have proved their capabilities in the previous seasons with stellar performances. Here is a list of players who are a good idea to have your marquee signings as your FPL players in your 2020-21 squads ahead of the FPL Gameweek 36.
We are here with the Watchlist series ahead of Gameweek 36 to identify some of the players that caught the eye over the last few game weeks. Here are some of the players in our FPL Gameweek 36 Watchlist who are possible options to transfer into the Fantasy team over the coming game weeks keeping an eye on the end of the season in mind.
Raphinha (Midfielder) 5.4m
The win over Spurs saw Raphinha make his return after three matches on the sidelines coming off the bench to seal the victory with a later assist for Rodrigo. Despite featuring for just 32 minutes no player from either side could better his 0.44 expected assist figure during the match. From the start of 2021 up until his last outing in gameweek 31, the Brazilian ranked sixth amongst midfielders with a total of 77 FPL points. Only Foden provided more than his five assists in that time while only Fernandes could improve on his 38 attempted assists. His tally of eight big chances created was the only pair with Min Son and the pair only trailing to Bruno Fernandes. Leeds have netted just four goals in their last four matches but they fashioned the far more impressive nine big chances in that time. Only four teams have fed better in that respect.
Patrick Bamford (Forward) 6.3m
Patrick Bamford scored his 15th goal of the season in a 3-1 win over Spurs ending a run of five matches without one. Only Benteke and Wilson have landed more than his two shots on target so far this game week amongst the forwards. the 27 years old has racked up five goals and five assists in 19 matches. only Watkins and Kane have fired more than his 42 shots amongst forwards while only Calvert-Lewin Vardy and Kane can battle his 12 big chances meanwhile, his 2.99 expected assist figure trails only Watkins and Vardy. Leeds takes on Burnley, Southampton, and West Brom to end what has been a very successful campaign back in the top flight. only Shef United has considered more big chances than the clarets across each team’s respective last four home matches.
Michael Antonio (Forward) 6.4m
recently back after a three-match absence is Michael Antonio who bagged the brace against Brighton on his return to action in the gameweek 34 the 31-year-old has amassed six goals and five assists in 15 appearances during this calendar year to average 5.7 points per 90 minutes. Only three fourth can better his tally of 12 big chances in that time while only Harry Kane can improve on his 7.56 expected goals figure. Meanwhile, no teammate has fired as many as his 38 shots or his 31 efforts from inside the box. The hammerers end the season with ties against Brighton West Brom and Southampton as they hunt down a place in the top four. The saints have shipped eight goals in their last four matches with only west Brom faring worse Brighton could present more of a challenge however having kept two clean sheets during that period conceding just three goals.
Which players among these are you thinking of featuring in your Starting lineup for the FPL 2020-21 season? Did you choose any from our FPL Gameweek 36 WatchList? Let us know in the comments section below who is on your FPL Gameweek 36 Watchlist!