Fantasy Soccer: FPL Draft Rankings for Gameweek 37
The penultimate gameweek of the season brings with it the penultimate rankings article. As another season winds down, there’s no better time to gain a crucial head start on your rivals than with your FPL Draft Rankings for gameweek 37.
For some of us, this season is reaching an exciting climax. Titles are being won and last and playoff finals will be qualified for or missed out on this weekend. For most of us, we are counting down to next year’s draft already.
Either way, here are your rankings for Gameweek 37. Good Luck!
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GameWeek 37 FPL Draft Rankings
|1||Lukasz Fabianski||Southampton (home)|
|2||Alisson Becker||Newcastle (away)|
|3||David De Gea||Huddersfield (away)|
|5||Bernd Leno||Brighton (home)|
|6||Kepa Arrizabalaga||Watford (home)|
|7||Jordan Pickford||Burnley (home)|
|8||Rui Patricio||Fulham (home)|
|9||Neil Etheridge||Crystal Palace (home)|
|10||Hugo Lloris||Bournemouth (away)|
Our goalkeeper rankings are topped by the top save maker. Lukasz Fabianski has had another great year between the sticks for West Ham. A total of 140 saves is not to be sniffed at. Only Alisson Becker has outscored him in Fantrax this year and he gets to play behind Virgil Van Dijk.
The aforementioned Alisson is second in our rankings while David De Gea has the perfect chance to put his poor form in the past with a trip to Huddersfield.
Elsewhere, Bernd Leno should have a quiet day against Brighton. Neil Etheridge will probably be busy in Cardiff’s must-win game.
|1||Lucas Digne||Burnley (home)|
|2||Andrew Robertson||Newcastle (away)|
|3||Matt Doherty||Fulham (home)|
|4||Sead Kolasinac||Brighton (home)|
|5||Virgil Van DIjk||Newcastle (away)|
|6||Trent Alexander Arnold||Newcastle (away)|
|7||Marcos Alonso||Watford (home)|
|8||Ashley Young||Huddersfield (away)|
|9||Luke Shaw||Huddersfield (away)|
|10||Sean Morrison||Crystal Palace (home)|
|11||Jonny Castro Otto||Fulham (home)|
|12||Michael Keane||Burnley (home)|
|13||Aymerick Laporte||Leicester (home)|
|14||Aaron Wan Bissaka||Cardiff (away)|
|15||Victor Lindelof||Huddersfield (away)|
|16||Seamus Coleman||Burnley (home)|
|17||Shkodran Mustafi||Brighton (home)|
|18||Ben Davies||Bournemouth (away)|
|19||Kyle Walker||Leicester (home)|
|20||Jan Bednarek||West Ham (away)|
Yep. Lucas Digne tops our FPL Draft rankings once again. But is it any wonder? The Frenchman has been a Fantrax revelation. An average of 13.29 points per match is absurd. Digne is the first defender I would consider as a third-round draft pick next year, possibly earlier.
Assist machine Andrew Robertson and Fantrax favorite Matt Doherty come in second and third. Sead Kolasinac should also get freedom to bomb up and down that left flank at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.
Looking for a differential? Sean Morrison has scored excellently in Fantrax this season and should have another big week against Crystal Palace and Christian Benteke again this time out.
|1||Paul Pogba||Huddersfield (away)|
|2||Bernardo Silva||Leicester (home)|
|3||Felipe Anderson||Southampton (home)|
|4||Gylfi Sigurdsson||Burnley (home)|
|5||David Silva||Leicester (home)|
|6||Dele Alli||Bournemouth (away)|
|7||Joao Moutinho||Fulham (home)|
|8||Christian Eriksen||Bournemouth (away)|
|9||Diogo Jota||Fulham (home)|
|10||Michail Antonio||Southampton (home)|
|11||Mesut Ozil||Brighton (home)|
|12||Lucas Moura||Bournemouth (away)|
|13||Ryan Fraser||Tottenham (home)|
|14||James Maddison||Manchester City (away)|
|15||Robert Snodgrass||Southampton (home)|
|16||Youri Tielemans||Manchester City (away)|
|17||Pascal Gross||Arsenal (away)|
|18||Nathan Redmond||West Ham (away)|
|19||Jordan Henderson||Newcastle (away)|
|20||James Ward Prowse||West Ham (away)|
Fresh from his selection in the PFA team of the season, Paul Pogba has the even more prestigious honor of topping out midfielder rankings. United and Pogba are due a big performance. Most teams have had a big performance against Huddersfield this season.
Kevin De Bruyne owners have had a frustrating season. Bernardo Silva owners haven’t. The Portuguese magician has proved to be a more than able deputy for De Bruyne this season in his absence. He continues to make this Manchester City team tick.
In 9th and 10th, Diogo Jota and Michail Antonio are among the form players in the Premier League over the last three weeks. Both have favorable fixtures this week too.
Meanwhile, Youri Tielemans continues to produce attacking returns. The Belgian is certainly one to watch in your draft next year if he stays in the Premier League.
|1||Sergio Aguero||Leicester (home)|
|2||Mo Salah||Newcastle (away)|
|3||Sadio Mane||Newcastle (away)|
|4||Eden Hazard||Watford (home)|
|5||Raheem Sterling||Leicester (home)|
|6||Alexandre Lacazette||Brighton (home)|
|7||Pierre Emerick Aubameyang||Brighton (home)|
|8||Leroy Sane||Leicester (home)|
|9||Marcus Rashford||Huddersfield (away)|
|10||Raul Jimenez||Fulham (home)|
|11||Roberto Firmino||Newcastle (away)|
|12||Son Heung Min||Bournemouth (away)|
|13||Wilfried Zaha||Cardiff City (away)|
|15||Callum Wilson||Tottenham (home)|
|16||Marko Arnautovic||Southampton (home)|
|17||Christian Benteke||Cardiff City (away)|
|18||Dwight McNeil||Everton (away)|
|19||Alexis Sanchez||Huddersfield (away)|
Yet again, our forward FPL Draft rankings are littered with extraordinary talent. Sergio Aguero tops the table but it could have been any of the top seven.
Mo Salah looks to be (finally) back to his best but it remains to be seen how energy-sapping that trip to Barcelona was for that Liverpool team. Mentally and Physically.
Raul Jimenez has been a draft star this season. With 13 goals and 7 assists, the Mexican has far outperformed his average draft position of 86.09. Arguably a second or third round pick this summer.
In the lower half of the rankings, Callum Wilson’s hot form continues. He’ll fancy his chances of adding to his 15th goal of the season against a Tottenham outfit which may be subject to heavy rotation.
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