Now we are waiting for the final gameweek of the season-long adventure. Many newcomers have established themselves as stars in the FPL. On the other hand, many star players have disappointed fans, as well as the FPL managers. After the end of FPL 2021/22 Gameweek 37, there has been a lot of share of points with the premium assets delivering huge points. Apart from the popular picks, there are quite a number of players who have impressed over the weekend with points and underlying stats. The onset of good fixtures along with their form can really turn them into good replacements for the underperforming assets of the fantasy team. All the managers are trying to stabilize their teams with suitable options before the price hikes. In this FPL Gameweek 38 Watchlist 2021/22, we will be looking at 5 Fantasy players, who could become future transfer targets, carrying their good run.
FPL Gameweek 38 Watchlist 2021/22
Depending on your rank and your goals, gameweek 38 will either be a time to play it safe or to take the risk. Here are 5 transfer targets to roll the dice with on the final day.
1. Ryan Sessegnon (Defender) – 4.3 Million
Ryan Sessegnon collected 2 bonus points for his contribution to Tottenham‘s 1-0 win over Burnley on Sunday. No player during the match carved out more attempted assists than his 4 while his 1.01 expected assist figure ranks first amongst all players in gameweek 37 as it stands.
Benefiting from Sergio Reguilón‘s absence, the 21-year-old has made five consecutive starts, amassing 3 clean sheets, 1 assist, and 27 FPL points (an average of 5.4 per game). Over the last four gameweeks, no defender has taken as many as his 24 touches in the opposition penalty box. His tally of 5 big chances created is three more than any other defender has offered and ranks joint best with Kevin De Bruyne amongst all players.
No side has shipped fewer goals than Tottenham Spurs in the last four matches with two while only Crystal Palace have conceded fewer than their one big chance. They face Norwich side that has scored just once in their last four in gameweek 38.
2. Andy Robertson (Defender) – 7.3 Million
Liverpool played gameweek 37 fixture against Southampton with a heavily rotated side following their FA Cup win last Saturday. Assuming that is the case it’s likely then that he’ll want to put out a strong side against Wolves on the final day to regain the rhythm and build momentum ahead of the Champions League final. The Reds boast the strongest home defense this season shipping a league-low 8 goals in 18 matches and keeping the league-best 12 clean sheets.
Since the turn of the year, no defender has picked up more points on home turf than andy Robertson. He supplied 3 assists in one goal in 8 matches to earn 66 FPL points an average of 8.3 per game. Wolves are without a win across their last six matches where they’ve scored just 4 goals with only Norwich faring worse and no side of fashion fewer big chances than their 3.
3. James Maddison (Midfielder) – 6.9 Million
James Maddison opened the scoring for Leicester City in a 5-1 win over relegated Watford going on to set up a further 2 goals. No teammate fashioned more than his 3 attempted assists during the match. Enjoying his most productive season to date madison is into double figures for both goals and assists with 10 apiece. The 25-year-old has played a direct hand in 7 goals across his last eight appearances averaging 6.3 points per game.
The Englishman has fashioned 19 attempted assists in that time, with only Heung-Min Son, Christian Eriksen, and Kevin De Bruyne offering more. Leicester have notched 10 goals in their last 4 matches, trailing only Manchester City with 16. The Foxes face a Southampton side that has conceded 17 goals in their last seven matches, with only Norwich faring worse. They’ve considered a league-high 22 big chances, four more than any other side.
4. Luis Díaz (Midfielder) – 8.1 Million
As Mohamed Salah is struggling with his injury, Luis Diaz could be the best possible from the Red army. The title race is still on and Liverpool will take every possible chance. Since his arrival to Premier League, Diaz has scored 4 goals and 3 assists with a non-penalty expected Goals figure of 4.0 (xG) and an expected assist figure of 1.6 (xA).
The Colombian international has registered a total of 35 shots, keeping 14 on target, and also created a total of 6 big chances. Besides, he has an average of 8.07 touches in the opposition’s penalty box per 90 minutes. Liverpool will host Wolves at Anfield, which is going to be a very crucial match for the title race.
5. Romelu Lukaku (Forward) – 11.4 Million
Romelu Lukaku was been out of form for a long time however, he has shown his class in the last two gameweeks. He scored a brace against Wolves to make the game a 2-2 draw and contributed 1 important goal against Leeds United for a 3-0 win. In those two games, the Belgian international has landed a total of 9 shots, keeping 3 on target, with an expected goals figure of 0.9 (xG) per 90 mins, and created 2 big chances with an expected assists figure of 0.1 (xA) per 90 mins in that spell.
Lukaku has recorded an average of 8 touches in the opposition’s box during the above-mentioned time. Chelsea is yet to play the match against Leicester City for gameweek 37 and later will play the final game of the season against relegated Watford. The Blues have already secured the position for Champions League for the next season and will want to end their satisfactory season on a high.
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