We have reached the end of the Premier League season and the table about to take the final shape for this season, the Fantasy Premier League managers will now be thinking of re-building their Fantasy Squads ahead of the final gameweek FPL Gameweek 38. 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 38.
We are here with the Watchlist series ahead of Gameweek 38 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 38 Watchlist who are possible options to transfer into the Fantasy team over the final gameweek of the season and getting the better of all the opponents in your respective mini-leagues.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Defender) 7.8m
With direct involvement in six goals over the last eight-gameweeks Alexander Arnold has averaged 7.6 FPL points per game. The right-back has produced league-leading tallies of 28 attempted assists, six big chances created, and 22 successful crosses during that spell. His total of 18 shots ranks joint top amongst defenders on par with Dallas. Liverpool has conceded five goals over the last six gameweeks keeping two clean sheets only Leeds, Arsenal and Chelsea have conceded fewer. The Mersey side outfit is ranked eight for shots conceded and seventh for shots on target conceded. Alice has scored eight goals over the last six gameweeks and only four teams have created a few big chances in that time.
Jesse Lingard (Midfielder) 6.6m
Lingard set up Antonio to secure a 3-1 win over West Brom on Wednesday night ending a run of four matches without the return. The 28-year-old has racked up five goals and two assists in seven home matches since completing his loan move averaging 7.1 points per game meanwhile only Bale and Fernandes have landed more than his 12 shots on target amongst midfielders. West Ham has scored eight goals over the last six gameweeks and only Newcastle, Leicester, and Liverpool have created more big chances. Southampton has conceded nine goals over that period keeping no clean sheets only Villa, Newcastle, Shef United, and West Brom have allowed opponents more shots on targets.
Mohamed Salah (Midfielder) 12.9m
Having played a direct hand in four goals over the last five gameweeks salah has averaged 7.0 points per game. No midfielder has fired more than his 17 shots in the box with only Benteke able to better that tally across all positions. The only Wood can equal the Egyptian for big chances while only Watkins has taken as many touches in the opposition’s box. Liverpool has scored 13 goals over the last 16 weeks more than any other side. They’re also top for shots on target and big chances. Palace has conceded 12 goals over the last six gameweeks only West Brom has conceded more. They’re ranked 11 for shots considered and sixth for big chances conceded.
Patrick Bamford (Forward) 6.6m
After a double-figure return against Southampton midweek Bamford has earned an average of 4.3 points per game in the last six games. The Englishman has recorded five big chances during that period to rank behind only Kane, Adams, and Wood amongst forwards. No teammate can better his 11 shots in the box or his seven efforts on target. Leeds has scored 10 goals over the last six gameweeks only five teams have found the back of the net more often. A total of 30 shots on target is only better by Palace, Spurs, Villa, Leicester, and Liverpool. West Brom has considered 14 goals over the last six gameweeks, the most in the league. No side has allowed opponents more shots on target than the baggies while only Liverpool has allowed opponents more big chances.
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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 38 WatchList? Let us know in the comments section below who is on your FPL Gameweek 38 Watchlist!