Fantasy Soccer: FPL Draft Rankings for GameWeek 38
Have you recovered from the midweek madness yet? I hope so because this weekend is quite a big deal. We’ve finally made it to the season’s final countdown and your crucial GameWeek 38 rankings are here to guide you through this make or break week. The Premier League title winners will be decided on Sunday. More importantly, so will the winner of your Fantrax FPL Draft League.
Sweating over your most important lineup of the season? Whether you’re in your playoff final or your league title has just come down to the last day, you’ve got to get this one right. No pressure.
Without further ado, here are your final draft rankings of the season. Good luck!
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GameWeek 38 FPL Draft Rankings
|1||David De Gea||Cardiff (home)|
|2||Alisson Becker||Wolves (home)|
|4||Vicente Guaita||Bournemouth (home)|
|5||Angus Gunn||Huddersfield (home)|
|6||Ben Foster||West Ham (home)|
|7||Bernd Leno||Burnley (away)|
|8||Lukasz Fabianski||Watford (away)|
|9||Neil Etheridge||Manchester United (away)|
|10||Hugo Lloris||Everton (home)|
David De Gea hasn’t had a season to remember. He tops our last set of FPL Draft rankings due to his fixture against goal-shy, already relegated Cardiff. Manchester United will still fight to keep him this summer but may it be his last appearance in a United shirt?
His rival from across the East Lancs road has fared rather differently. Alisson Becker looks likely to top the Fantrax goalkeeper rankings this season. He comes in second this week while his fellow countryman and title rival Ederson take bronze.
Lukasz Fabianski will almost certainly top the save rankings this season. Fantrax owners will no doubt have been thankful to him and fellow unfancied goalkeeper Neil Etheridge this season after some huge individual scores.
|1||Trent Alexander Arnold||Wolves (home)|
|2||Aymeric Laporte||Brighton (away)|
|3||Kyle Walker||Brighton (away)|
|4||Virgil Van Dijk||Wolves (home)|
|5||Andrew Robertson||Wolves (home)|
|6||Lucas Digne||Tottenham (away)|
|7||Vincent Kompany||Brighton (away)|
|8||Aaron Wan Bissaka||Bournemouth (home)|
|9||Ricardo Pereira||Chelsea (home)|
|10||Marcos Alonso||Leicester (away)|
|11||Danny Rose||Everton (home)|
|12||Kieran Trippier||Everton (home)|
|13||Fabian Schar||Fulham (away)|
|14||Jose Holebas||West Ham (home)|
|15||Ashley Young||Cardiff (home)|
|16||Jan Bednarek||Huddersfield (home)|
|17||Callum Chambers||Newcastle (home)|
|18||Yan Valery||Huddersfield (home)|
|19||Ben Davies||Everton (home)|
|20||Ryan Bertrand||Huddersfield (home)|
Did you see the Liverpool game on Tuesday? If not then this game isn’t for you. Divock Origi will get a lot of the plaudits from Liverpool’s incredible comeback win against Barcelona but Trent Alexander Arnold deserves a firm handshake and nod of recognition for his part. He is flying at the moment and tops our rankings. The young right back will be looking to add to his incredible tally of 15 assists this week.
Our rankings are dominated by those chasing the title this week. Aymeric Laporte has been quietly awesome this season. Virgil Van Dijk? Not so quietly awesome. Those two take up third and fifth position in our rankings.
My defender of the season, however, has been Lucas Digne. Purely from a Fantrax point of view of course. The Everton left back is 7th in the points per match rankings having averaged an incredible 13.85 points over 34 matches. The Frenchman has to be right near the top of your draft rankings this summer.
Elsewhere, expect plenty of rotation from Tottenham, leaving some handy little differentials. Southampton offer great value, low ownership players too in the form of Jan Bednarek and Jan Valery.
|1||Paul Pogba||Cardiff (home)|
|2||Bernardo Silva||Brighton (away)|
|3||James Maddison||Chelsea (home)|
|4||Christian Eriksen||Everton (home)|
|5||Ryan Fraser||Crystal Palace (away)|
|6||Dele Alli||Everton (home)|
|7||Nathan Redmond||Huddersfield (home)|
|8||David Silva||Brighton (away)|
|9||Lucas Moura||Everton (home)|
|10||James Ward Prowse||Huddersfield (home)|
|11||Andros Townsend||Bournemouth (home)|
|12||Gylfi Sigurdsson||Tottenham (away)|
|13||Roberto Pereyra||West Ham (home)|
|14||Michail Antonio||Watford (away)|
|15||Luka Milivojevic||Bournemouth (home)|
|16||Mesut Ozil||Burnley (away)|
|17||Felipe Anderson||Watford (away)|
|18||Ryan Babel||Newcastle (home)|
|19||Henrikh Mkhitaryan||Burnley (away)|
|20||Matt RItchie||Fulham (away)|
Another one making their last Manchester United appearance? As normal, there has been quite a circus surrounding Paul Pogba this season. From outrageous to lazy, almost every adjective has been used to describe the enigmatic Frenchman. If it is indeed his last Old Trafford outing, Pogba will want to go out with a bang. He tops our midfielder rankings.
Most teams would miss a world class player like Kevin De Bruyne. Not Manchester City. That’s all thanks to the Portuguese magician Bernardo Silva who has seamlessly stepped into that creative role. If it is City who take the Premier League title this weekend, Bernardo will have a lot to do with it. Second in the rankings this week and, no doubt, high up your draft rankings for next season.
Elsewhere, James Maddison has been a revelation this season, both on the pitch for Leicester and in Fantrax. He’s currently fourth in the midfielder rankings in his rookie season in the Premier League. The creative dynamo also needs to make three more key passes to reach the 100 mark. Incredible.
Differentials? James Ward Prowse and Nathan Redmond are set to return for Southampton against Huddersfield this week. They should both score very well as they sign off a memorable campaign.
|1||Mo Salah||Wolves (home)|
|2||Raheem Sterling||Brighton (away)|
|3||Sergio Aguero||Brighton (away)|
|4||Sadio Mane||Wolves (home)|
|5||Eden Hazard||Leicester (away)|
|6||Divock Origi||Wolves (home)|
|7||Pierre Emerick Aubameyang||Burnley (away)|
|8||Wilfried Zaha||Bournemouth (home)|
|9||Alexandre Lacazette||Burnley (away)|
|10||Marcus Rashford||Cardiff (home)|
|11||Jamie Vardy||Chelsea (home)|
|12||Callum Wilson||Crystal Palace (away)|
|13||Alexandar Mitrovic||Newcastle (home)|
|14||Danny Ings||Huddersfield (home)|
|15||Salomon Rondon||Fulham (away)|
|16||Fernando Llorente||Everton (home)|
|17||Leroy Sane||Brighton (away)|
|18||Troy Deeney||West Ham (home)|
|19||Ayoze Perez||Fulham (away)|
|20||Gerard Deulofeu||West Ham (home)|
Having been given the fitness green light, Mo Salah tops our final set of rankings of the season. The Egyptian “one season wonder” will be looking to claim his second consecutive golden boot this weekend while guiding Liverpool to the Premeier League title. This weekend could be special!
Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero will be looking to stop Salah in his tracks on Sunday. They have the more favourable fixture against Brighton but form is definitely on the side of the Liverpool man.
We have almost certainly seen the last of Eden Hazard in the Premier League after this week. The Belgian will finish as the top scoring player in Fantrax this season, holding a 75 point lead over Salah with a game to go. An average of 17.79 points per match resulting in a score of 640.5. Absolutely phenomenal.
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