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Gameweek 38 - Fantasy Premier League transfer tips: Players to Pick

The end of the season is here, and this is the last round of Fantasy Premier League. For one last time, we expect some surprising FPL players to rise. Following are some generally overlooked players to look out for this game week.

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Last updated: 10.05.2019
Gameweek 38 - Fantasy Premier League transfer tips: Players to Pick | Sports Social Blog

The end of the season is here, and this is the last round of Fantasy Premier League. For one last time, we expect some surprising FPL players to rise. Following are some generally overlooked players to look out for this gameweek.

Michy Batshuayi.

Price - £6.2 m.

Total points - 35 (from 13 apps)

Last GW points - 6

Crystal Palace will be looking to end their season on a high note in front of their home fans against Bournemouth. He had a good game coming back to the squad last gameweek against Cardiff, added a goal to his tally. Bournemouth have conceded a lot of away goals this season, which might be a good opportunity for Batshuayi to shine.

Ayoze Perez.

Price - £6.1 m.

Total points - 134

Last GW points - 2

Newcastle look to be in their elements during the last few matches, where they have created opportunities and scored, notably against Liverpool at home. In their last game against Fulham they will be up for it from the beginning, and already with 11 goals in his tally, Perez will be looking to score a goal early.

Ryan Fraser.

Price - £6.3 m.

Total points - 179

Last GW points - 9

Bournemouth are going to face Crystal Palace away in their final game of the season. Despite their away record of conceding goals, they will be looking to create in the midfield area and get an  early advantage. Fraser has had a monumental impact this season with them and will look to continue his fantastic form.

Chris Wood.

Price - £6.3 m.

Total points - 129

Last GW points - 2

Burnley will face against Arsenal this weekend at home. Burnley have been a very strong opponent at home and they will be looking to put on an excellent performance against an Arsenal side that will be wary from traveling to Valencia and inconsistent away form. Chris Wood, with his areal prowess will look to cause trouble to the not-so-consistent Arsenal backline from the beginning and might just pick up a goal or more.

Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Price - £5.7 m.

Total points - 170

Last GW points - 7

Liverpool will face Wolves at Anfield this weekend, with the title race with man City still on. Although Wolves have been a giant killer this season, Liverpool are expected to win the game, especially coming with the momentum of beating Barcelona in Champions League Semifinal 4-0. Alexander-Arnold is expected to start at the back, and given Wolves away game woes, he is not only expected to keep a clean sheet, but to be involved in a goal too.

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