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Fantasy Premier League GW38: The Final Day is here

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player won team: Big Daddy’s House. Overall Points: 2202. Overall Rank: 105.919

Last week: The final round is here at last, and we're both sad and relieved. We wanna go until we're number one, but with our current form, it could take a long time. Better to get out, and then start fresh next season. Last week Milivojevic didn't contribute to any of Crystal Palace's three goals, at least not in any way that earned him points, and with him as captain that's really all we care about. Doherty (Wolves) and Laporte (Man City) put in just enough effort that the whole game week wasn't a total bust, but we're hoping for more this upcoming week, so we can go out on a high note. Here's our pick of this weeks ones-to-watch:

Keeper: Dubravka (Newcastle) 5.0m

Only 48 goals conceded for Newcastle is pretty impressing, and it's actually better than both Arsenal and Man Utd. If the league was calculated based on conceded goals, Newcastle would be tied for 7th place. Away against Fulham seems doable, even though neither team has anything to play for.

Defender: Valery (Southampton) 4.1m

Huddersfield has had a terrible season with only 15 points in all games, and even though Southampton's form has decreased lately, Valery could still be a good option in defense. The 20-year-old wing back has performed very well since his Premier League debut in november, only missing 2 out of 24 games.

Midfielder: Pogba (Man Utd) 8.5m

Okay, this is a bit of a risk. Neither Pogba or the rest of the Man Utd team has been playing that well lately, and with 1-1 against Huddersfield last week, bringing in a Man Utd player may not seem that appealing. But home against Cardiff they should be able to perform, and if he's serious about a transfer away from United, Pogba could have some personal incentive to show off his skills in this last game.

Attacker: Long (Southampton) 4.7m

Long has not had that good a season and haven't been playing that much, which his stats also show. 5 goals and two assists in 1215 minutes of game time, but 4 of those goals have been in the last 6 matches, where he has also played close to consistently. A nice cheap option, if funds are tight.

Player to Avoid: Lacazette (Arsenal) 9.4m

After a Europa League semi-final Lacazette is either gonna be rested or tired in the coming Premier League fixture, and away against Burnley is not gonna be easy, especially not since a top 4 place is only technical possible. On top of that Lacazette's form has declined over the last couple of matches, so he's definitely the one to avoid.

Our Team and Transfers:

Son's red card last week earns him a spot on our transfer list, but it was hard finding a good transfer this week. We're bringing in Pogba in his place, even though it's a bit risky - you never know with Pogba. It can be anything from a missed penalty and red card to a hattrick. We're hoping for the latter. Sterling takes the armband making the team look like this:

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