Fantasy Premier League GameWeek 38
It is the last GW of the Fantasy Premier League Season 2019-2020 and we have a very short time for GW38. 12 months of thinking, punts, risks, and a lot more will be concluded after 26th July when all the Premier League games will be played at the same time.
A lot of Fantasy managers will be using chips in GW38 and will look to maximize the output from it. Moreover, Lot of managers have saved free hits for this GW and their target will be sky-high. Similarly, managers without any chips will use their remaining free transfers on certain players.
We at 12thman have listed some of the top differentials picks for GW38 whom you can pick and climb up the rank. We have listed players who are assured starters and are selected by very fewer managers in FPL.
FPL GW38 Differentials –
1.Hugo Lloris (5.3 m) –
Lloris is selected by only 4.0% of the fantasy managers around the world and this GW they visit Selhurst Park. Spurs keeper has 2 double-digit hauls to his name and managed to pick up most points as a goalkeeper after the restart.
In addition to that, the World Cup Winner has saved a total of 29 shots with an average of 3.6 saves per game. Moreover, Spurs have a 9 match winning streak against Crystal Palace and have kept 7 matches clean sheet streak in the Premier League.
2.Erik Pieters (4.3 m) –
Burnley full-back Erik Pieters can be a top differential in GW38 as they welcome Brighton & Hove Albion. The left-back picked up 12 points last GW against Norwich city in which he picked up an assist and claimed all 3 bonus points.
Burnley have kept 15 clean sheets this season just one away from Manchester City and are level with Liverpool. Furthermore, Burnley hasn’t lost Premier League game against Brighton since 2013 and look favorites to win the ultimate game of the season.
3. Michail Antonio (7.1 m) –
The West Ham Player is a midfielder in FPL but David Moyes prefers him as a striker. Antonio has been very influential for West Ham’s survival this season as he has scored 8 goals since GW30. He has a TSB of just 4.8% and can prove to be a major differential this GW.
The Hammers welcome relegation fighting side Aston Villa on 26th July for their final game. Antonio will be looking to extend his goal tally on the last GW of the Premier League. Moreover, Antonio is on penalties as he took one and scored that against Manchester United.
4. Gabriel Jesus (9.9 m) –
Jesus has been a consistent source of points after the lockdown as he has started in consecutive 6 GW’s. Moreover, the striker has scored 3 goals and provided 3 assists after the restart. Manchester City welcome relegated side Norwich City for GW38.
Although Norwich City got better of the Pep Guardiola’s side last time out, this time we could see a totally different approach to the game. Manchester City will sign off their season on the high a big win.