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Gameweek 37

7 May 19:45 Sunderland 2-0 West Brom
Goals Scored Borini, Colback
Assists Larsson, Alonso
Saves Mannone (3) Foster (2)
Bonus Points Alonso (3), Borini (2), Brown (2)
Top 5 BPS Alonso (13), Borini (10), Brown (10), Colback (9), O'Shea (8), Mannone (8), Vergini (6)
7 May 19:45 Man City 4-0 Aston Villa
Goals Scored Dzeko (2), YayaTouré, Jovetic
Assists Zabaleta, YayaTouré, Nasri, Kolarov
Yellow Cards Jovetic Clark, Delph
Saves Guzan (5)
Bonus Points Dzeko (3), Zabaleta (2), YayaTouré
Top 5 BPS Dzeko (18), Zabaleta (17), YayaTouré (13), Kolarov (11), Kompany (9), Demichelis (9)
6 May 19:45 Man Utd 3-1 Hull City
Goals Scored Wilson (2), vanPersie Fryatt
Assists Fellaini (2) Boyd
Yellow Cards Fellaini Meyler
Saves DeGea Jakupovic (4)
Bonus Points Wilson (3), Fellaini (2), vanPersie (2)
Top 5 BPS Wilson (19), vanPersie (9), Fellaini (9), Vidic (6), Carrick (6), Valencia (5), Smalling (5), Januzaj (5), Büttner (5) Figueroa (6), Quinn (5), Davies (5), Koren (5), Fryatt (8), Boyd (8)
5 May 20:00 Crystal Palace 3-3 Liverpool
Goals Scored Gayle (2), Delaney Suárez, Sturridge, Allen
Assists Bolasie, Jedinak, Murray Gerrard (2), Sterling
Yellow Cards Dann, Mariappa Allen, Skrtel, Suárez
Saves Speroni (6) Mignolet (3)
Bonus Points Gayle (3) Allen (2), Gerrard (2)
Top 5 BPS Gayle (17), Delaney (7) Allen (12), Gerrard (12), Sturridge (11), Suárez (6), Sakho (6), Sterling (6)
4 May 16:00 Chelsea 0-0 Norwich
Yellow Cards Ivanovic Olsson, Turner, RyanBennett
Saves Schwarzer (3) Ruddy (4)
Bonus Points Terry (3), Cahill (2), Cole (2)
Top 5 BPS Terry (11), Cahill (10), Cole (10), Schwarzer (8), Willian (7), Ivanovic (7) Ruddy (8), Martin (8), RyanBennett (6), Whittaker (6), Turner (6)
4 May 13:30 Arsenal 1-0 West Brom
Goals Scored Giroud
Assists Cazorla
Yellow Cards Giroud, Monreal Brunt, Dorrans
Saves Szczesny Foster (3)
Bonus Points Giroud (3), Mertesacker (2), Koscielny
Top 5 BPS Giroud (12), Mertesacker (11), Koscielny (10), Sagna (9), Szczesny (6), Monreal (6), Cazorla (6)
3 May 17:30 Everton 2-3 Man City
Goals Scored Barkley, Lukaku Dzeko (2), Agüero
Assists Baines, Naismith YayaTouré, Nasri, Milner
Yellow Cards Dzeko, Demichelis, JaviGarcía
Saves Howard (3) Hart (2)
Bonus Points Barkley (2) Dzeko (3), Nasri
Top 5 BPS Baines (8), Barkley (12), Lukaku (9) Dzeko (18), Nasri (11), Agüero (8)
3 May 15:00 Newcastle 3-0 Cardiff City
Goals Scored StevenTaylor, SholaAmeobi, Remy
Assists Tiote, Remy, Sissoko
Yellow Cards Debuchy
Saves Krul (2) Marshall (3)
Bonus Points Remy (3), SholaAmeobi (2), Coloccini, Debuchy
Top 5 BPS Remy (15), SholaAmeobi (10), Debuchy (9), Coloccini (9), Sissoko (8), Williamson (7)
3 May 15:00 Man Utd 0-1 Sunderland
Goals Scored Larsson
Assists Wickham
Yellow Cards Carrick, Vidic Alonso
Saves Mannone (2)
Bonus Points Brown (3), Larsson (3), Vergini
Top 5 BPS Jones (7), Mata (5), Evra (5), Carrick (5), Fletcher (4), Ferdinand (4), Young (4) Brown (9), Larsson (9), Vergini (8), O'Shea (7), Mannone (7), Alonso (5), Wickham (5)
3 May 15:00 Aston Villa 3-1 Hull City
Goals Scored Weimann (2), Westwood
Own Goals Bowery
Assists Baker, Albrighton, Bowery Rosenior
Saves Guzan (2) Harper (5)
Bonus Points Weimann (3), Westwood (2) Davies
Top 5 BPS Weimann (20), Westwood (10), Baker (6), Albrighton (5) Rosenior (6), Elmohamady (5), Davies (7)
3 May 15:00 Stoke City 4-1 Fulham
Goals Scored Walters, Odemwingie, Arnautovic, Assaidi Richardson
Assists Adam, Ireland, Arnautovic, Odemwingie Bent
Yellow Cards Parker, Dejagah
Saves Begovic Stockdale (4)
Bonus Points Arnautovic (3), Odemwingie (2), Assaidi
Top 5 BPS Arnautovic (14), Odemwingie (13), Assaidi (10), Ireland (8) Richardson (9)
3 May 15:00 Swansea 0-1 Southampton
Goals Scored Lambert
Yellow Cards Emnes Fonte
Saves Vorm (3) Boruc (3)
Bonus Points Clyne (3), Lovren (2), Lambert (2)
Top 5 BPS Tiendalli (7), Williams (6) Clyne (11), Lovren (10), Lambert (10), Shaw (8), Boruc (7), Fonte (7), Wanyama (6)
3 May 12:45 West Ham 2-0 Tottenham
Goals Scored Downing
Own Goals Kane
Assists Noble, Carroll
Yellow Cards Soldado, Dawson, Naughton, Sandro
Red Cards Kaboul
Saves Adrián (3) Lloris (7)
Bonus Points Noble (3), Downing (2), Demel, Adrián, Reid
Top 5 BPS Noble (11), Downing (10), Adrián (8), Reid (8), Demel (8), Tomkins (7), McCartney (6) Eriksen (6)

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  1. Will Martinez start Lukaku?

    I remember last season he was benched in last game of the season. Probably because he was a loanee?

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Who knows. I reckon he will, but it's all just guess work at this point.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. Who else would he play CF?

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    3. Didn't he score a hatrick against Man Utd?!

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Yeah, off the bench

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    4. strange game that's gonna be...hull city are 100% focused on the fa cup and everton have europa league in the bag

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  2. Damn that last minute Yaya show kept me 20 points behind rival. In you come come Kolarov(c) :)

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
  3. Teams with something still to play for:

    1 MANC (fighting for the title, but probably even a draw would do)
    2 POOL (fighting for the title, and have to go all out to score as many as possible)
    3 SPURS (need a draw to confirm the EL place)
    4 MANU (need to win and Spurs lose to snatch the last EL place, provided they actually want it)
    5 WBA (probably safe unless they get spanked 10-0 and Norwich win 10-0 or something like that)
    6 NORWICH (have to go all out to win and score as many as possible)

    ARSENAL & CHELSEA - if it really matters to them in next year's CL seedings, Chelsea just need a draw, but ARSE would have to go all out. But then again, ARSE also have the FA Cup final the following weekend.

    So, how many players from the above teams do you have for GW38?

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. 10. Half of them injured.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
        • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Same.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. I have Kun (probs injured) Dzeko, Nasri, Mata (probs rested?), DDG (will concede), Eriksen, (will do nothing), Amalfitino (has vanished).

      I don't agree that 5 & 6 have anything to play for. Unless....Wolfswinkel scores a triple hatrick, now that would be a differential captain.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    3. 7 currently, 10 including Ars/Che. One of those is Mata.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    4. spurs pool and city look good...wba is up and Norwich down 99.9% so no, and manu I think they would like to avoid Europe altogether!

      I like the look of stoke, they are going for their points record and a ninth place finish...

      we aren't gonna beat Norwich 19-0 mate lol

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. 10 players currently...looking to offload ramsey and mata though

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
      2. Yeah, I think Stoke are a decent bet.

        I'm doing Amalfitino to Assaidi (FT). I don't even care if Ama is playing, he shouldn't have got dropped like a tool.

        Assaidi captain too.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    5. Good summary.

      So who do we need?

      Citeh: Ag/Jecko, Zabbaletto, Yaya
      Liverpud: Stevie, Suaz, Skirtal
      Spuds: Eriksen
      Man U: feck em
      WBA: ditto
      Norwich: gawdd knows.

      Not that many really.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    6. Currently 9, likely to rise to 10 or 11, 2 of them probably on the bench.

      Arsenal are likely to be resting players for the Cup Final.

      If Pool have learnt their lesson then they will just be playing for the win and hoping that City lose.

      If WBA don't stay up safe and Norwich aren't relegated, that would be the most serious case of match-fixing ever.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  4. Semi Final scores updated for CL and Europa. Congratulations to the finalists. http://uefacouncil.wordpress.com/2014/03/22/navigating-the-tournament-pages/

    The finals will be –

    CL: Chelsea (ENR) vs Catania (Dogba)

    Europa: TSG Hoffenheim (Thomass) vs Aston Villa (Epic Fail)

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Wait what? How on earth did I make the final? I'm pretty sure I worked it out and I was out.

      Not that I'm complaining, but still :D

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Nope you won by 2.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. Ahhhh cheers. I probably didn't factor in Alonso baps. Legend.

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
  5. Any advice much appreciated! - I'm now chasing a 16 point ML rival.

    Mine:
    ........................Mannone
    Demi KOMPANY AZPI (MARIAPPA CHESTER)
    Mata Ramsey Eriksen GERRARD (MUTCH)
    ............Rooney Aguero BONY

    His:
    .......................Mannone
    Demi EVRA IVANOVIC (WARD OLSSON)
    Mata Ramsey Eriksen NASRI (NOONE)
    ............Rooney Aguero SUAREZ

    He's a dullard and will do Rooney/Aguero out. Should I do the same but go for a differential, ie not Dzeko? If so for who?
    Not seen much footy lately after domestics with the gf and uni finals.

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. go for sturridge or odemwingie

      also hazard could be a nice pick in midfield

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Oooh the hazard punt is my fav. Cheers AR.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
  6. Lol, 5 & 6 won't be doing anything, they know its over. As do Chelsea and Arsenal.

    As well as these teams, consider International hopefuls like Barkley and Mata

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  7. Chasing an unlikely 20 point gap.

    Who to captain? Suspect my rival will captain Suarez.
    A) Suarez
    B) Dzeko
    C) Borini
    D) Gerrard
    E) Sterling
    F) Toure

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Suarez. Bring in someone for Borini...Odemwingie?

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. Does your rival have Dzeko, Yaya or Gerrard?

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Neither, though I suspect he'll draft in Dzeko for either Rooney or Aguero.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. I'd probably captain Yaya if he hasn't got him but in reality I think Suarez and Dzeko are the two best options this week.

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
    3. If he's going Suaz, I'd go with Yaya who could easily rack up 15 points or so.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    4. Anyone but Suarez. Probably b or e.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  8. Aguero owners - have you all lost faith? Are you shipping him out and if you are, who for? Sideways transfer to Dzeko? What if he is declared fit in tomorrow's presser, will that influence your decision?

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Keep if he's going to play. Probably boot Mata and Ag for Stevie and Jecko.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. If he will play, which I think he will, then I don't think its worth shipping him out for a hit.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. Selling. Had enough, at best we'll get a maybe

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Fair enough - he has been frustrating to own this season.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    3. Always have faith in Kun but not in his fitness.

      Probably shipping. Who do you reckon is more important between Yaya & Dzeko?

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Very tough as Dzeko is on form! I would've said Yaya up until the last 2 GW's - Dzeko's performances in those games have been hard to ignore.

        Yaya if I was leading and Dzeko if I was chasing but I wouldn't do Aguero>Dzeko unless he was definitely ruled out.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. Fair points mate. Cheers. :)

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
          1. No worries - great rank by the way! Good luck for this week. Hopefully you'll break 1K :-)

            • 7 months, 17 days ago
    4. I reckon even he is declared fit, he starts but he won't last 90mins, I think I am going to do Aguero to Dzeko.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Agreed but he's proven he doesn't need 90 mins to get a goal. Only played 27 mins against Everton and still found the back of the net.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    5. I'll probably keep, but only because I'd remove Rooney as priority.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. This is also my priority. Even if Rooney plays I can't see him getting anything against Southampton.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    6. Yeah, then I'll keep, because if he's on field, he's the best bet to score. And if he can get an hour, he's the best bet to score a hatty.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  9. Guys, help me out with this dilemma.

    Aguero > Dzeko & Ramsey > Hazard/Gerrard

    OR

    Aguero > Lukaku/Adebayor & Ramsey > Yaya Toure

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Yaya is a must so B, try Adebayor punt :-)

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. Dzeko + Gerrard.

      Ade is in poor form. Lukaku could be worth it but I think the former pair is stronger. No to Haz as nothing to play for

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    3. Hazard getting a start after the comment is a doubt...Wait till the presser to confirm about Aguero...out of these I like Aguero --> Lukaku and Ramsey --> Yaya good move! + Lukaku differential..

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  10. Anyone seen the tweets? Says Ramsey is fit, along with Gibbs. Might just start vs Norwich so he has a game under his belt before the final

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Good to see the twiterati in full flow this lovely morning.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  11. Wenger - "Ramsey is available again and Wilshere could be back in the squad. Kieran Gibbs is back as well"

    Good news for Ramsey owners.

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. yes gibbo is back!!! nacho is shocking...

      lol wilshere "could" be in the squad...he wont even be fit for the final that piece of shite

      still unsure whether ramsey will start...this actually makes the decision really hard! could have been a lot easier if he was out!

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  12. Wenger: "Koscielny is close to signing a new contract"

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. brilliant, been our best player!

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. He has been terrific for my FPL team this year, he scored a few goals when I had him starting!

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. yeah hes been great in fpl too!

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
  13. Wenger: "We'll go there to win and try to finish with 79 points"

    So Wenger ain't gonna rotate much I reckon, I think I will keep Ramsey then.

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. also great away from home

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Yes, I think Ramsey will play but he will probably start from the bench no? He cannot get injured again a week before the FA cup final...

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. I think he will be on the bench, get a run out just to get back in the flow imo

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. Every manager says they are gonna go out there to win. Doesn't stop them rotating.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. But Wenger is not playing mind games and usually he keeps his words. So I don't think he will change a lot, the only question mark is Ramsey... will he start or benched?

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. He always says that about cup matches too "I will lineup a strong squad, we go there to win" and then when you see the lineup, there's Frimpong, Eisfeld and Bendtner.

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
          1. lol frimpong...got released by Barnsley

            • 7 months, 17 days ago
            1. That's because he's not a football player.

              • 7 months, 17 days ago
              1. exactly, don't like his attitude

                • 7 months, 17 days ago
                1. don't like his skills either, or the lack thereof to be more accurate.

                  • 7 months, 17 days ago
    3. In other words, sell Mata, not Ramsey :D

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  14. Will Azpi start or with Mou give A Cole last farewell game?

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Cole's leaving?

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Didn't you see him after the Norwich game?

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. Nah. I presume he was crying like a bitch?

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
          1. He was indeed.

            • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. With nothing to play for you'd have to suspect Cole.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  15. Cazorla will start or not or Arsenal this GW?

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. for*

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. He will do, yes.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. hope he does!

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    3. probably...I think rosicky will get a run out and then 2 of poldi santi and mesut will play, I think mesut to be rested...nice work on the cazorla punt, been really consistent...although from watching the games he really should have scored a few

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  16. Who would you be more worried of not owning this GW?

    Ramsey or Sterling

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Neither, really, but if I would have to pick one, Sterling. I don't think Ramsey will play. Arsenal has a FA cup to win. Always when Wenger has to say "we go there to win" it means he will play second team.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
      1. Lol good point!

        In Arsene we don't trust

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
      2. I think Ramsey will play. It's important to have that match sharpness and if he doesn't play, that will be 3 weeks since he last played come the FA Cup Final.

        • 7 months, 17 days ago
        1. Hmm... this is a valid point. But he won't play too much. Either last 30 minutes or first 50-60 minutes.

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
        2. And there's still a fair chance he won't play at all as they don't want to risk him getting injured before the final. 3 weeks out is not 3 months out.

          Plus, the player who really needs match fitness is the one who has been 3 years out: Diaby!!!

          He's gonna play for sure, and he could be the super-differential!!!

          • 7 months, 17 days ago
    2. Sterling definitely. Newcastle could be brushed aside with ease and expect some form of contribution from him.

      Don't expect Ramsey to play anywhere near 90 minutes.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  17. Am I right in saying that if 2 players are tied in Overall Points the one who made lesser transfers will get higher rank? Came up with this 'cause I'm 1005th in the world but Gargatron says I'm 0 points away from 1000.

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
      • 7 months, 17 days ago
        • 7 months, 17 days ago
    1. Nate is currently 1001.

      • 7 months, 17 days ago
  18. New Article Posted
  19. Obviously wait until we hear the press conferences and get updates on Ramsey, Rooney & Aguero but I just wanted to make this point.

    If these guys are out injured a lot of us are going to be in the same boat and need to ship them out for the last GW.

    The most popular and probably the safest transfers will be:

    Rooney -> Sturridge
    Aguero -> Dzeko
    Ramsey -> Gerrard/Sterling/Silva/Nasri (depending on your funds and current team)

    Most people will make these transfers so we will most likely have a good idea what our rivals team will be for the final week. Which brings me to my next point.

    If you are chasing your ML leader then you I think you need to avoid these transfers and go for something a bit more risky.

    Giroud - averaging just under 7 points per game over the last 4 weeks. However, we don't know if Wenger will rest him.
    Eto - Very risky as he is just returning from injury and we don't know if he will play. However, he has shown that he is capable of getting a big haul, his best being 17 points earlier in the season and they are playing the worst team in the premiership.
    Wickham - averaging just under 8 points per game over the last 4 weeks and has been in a rich vein of form in recent weeks.
    Remy - averaging 5 points per game since returning from injury and got double figures in his last game. He is up against a dodgy Liverpool defence so good capitalise again.
    James Wilson - Only played his first game recently and scored 13 points, can he replicate that away to Southampton on the last day.

    ======================================================================
    Eriksen - averaging just over 6 points per game over the last 4 weeks but if you just look at home games he has 11.5 average over the last 4 games.
    Ozil - averaging over 6 points per game since returning from injury, like others on the list he has shown he can score big but he may be rested for cup final.
    Cazorla - averaging just under 7 points per game over last 4 weeks, probably a better bet over Ozil but still at risk of rotation.
    Hazard - Probably the player with the potential to score the most this GW and he looked good when brought on as a sub last week, despite only scoring 1 point. However, we don't know what Jose is thinking after his remarks.
    Schurrle - Only averaging under 2 points per game over the last 4 weeks but he has gotten some massive scores this season 20 being his highest. Is he worth the risk.

    =======================================================================
    Hope this helps you with your final transfers of the season. and good luck in the last week. :D

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
  20. Chances of Rooney / Aguero / Mata playing this weekend guys?

    For me:

    Rooney - 0% - on for last 15 max
    Aguero - 20% - last 20 off the bench if required
    Mata - 80% - rested last time out, can see him playing

    On that basis Rooney / Aguero > Sturridge / Dzeko worth a -4??

    Cheers

    • 7 months, 17 days ago
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“Last year was quite open for me, I was in good positions, but I was quite lucky because I was getting free kicks and some penalties as well.”

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