Anti-Fantasy, Players to Avoid – GW 36


Only 6 games were played in GW36, but even bottom of the table looks more resolved than earlier. Jurgen Klopp combined his team, and they wasted 2 goals lead against West Brom. Mo Salah didn’t disappoint and produced 1 goal.  The biggest disappointment of thih game week should be Watford – Palace match, which ended 0:0.

Arsenal won confidently against West Ham, with Lacazette scoring 2 goals. Man City scored 5 goals against Swansea with 5 different goalscorers. Stoke and Burnley played 1:1, while in the last game of the gameweek Everton won against Newcastle with Theo Walcott scoring a winning goal.


Top 3 worst choices in GW35 per positions:



  • Hart – 1 pt – 4 goals conceded, 4 saves
  • Foster – 1 pt – 2 goal conceded
  • Dubravka – 3 pt – 1 goal conceded


  • Zabaleta – -2 pt – 4 goals conceded, 1 yellow card (9th of the season)
  • Olsson – -2 pt – 4 goals conceded, 1 yellow card (6th of the season)
  • Mustafi – 0 pt – 1 yellow card (6th of the season)



  • Maitland-Niles – 0 pt – 45 minutes, 1 yellow card
  • Doucoure – 0 pt – clean sheat, 1 yellow card (10th of the season)
  • Schneiderlin – 1 pt – 51 minutes



  • Carroll – 1 pt – 4 minutes
  • Calvert-Lewin – 1 pt – 31 minutes
  • Gray – 1 pt – 11 minutes


Worst 5 choices of GW35:


Only one change occurred after 6-games gameweek. The worst team of the season looks pretty much shaped-up, and I assume only very few changes can occur in the following 3 gameweeks. Asmir Begović remains in goal, with the same 4-men defense in front of him: Francis, Dunk, Zabaleta & Schindler.


Schneiderlin is the latest addition to the team, as he is the newest member of the midfield alongside his teammate Davis, while the rest 3 are: McClean, March and Oriol Romeu.

Ashley Barnes scored once again this gameweek, but he also got his 10th yellow card of the season, which brought him -3 points, so he is still in the team!


Let’s try and predict the gameweek 36:


Liverpool – Stoke: Liverpool dropped points against West Brom, but they have to be considered favorites in games like this. Stoke is another team that will probably go down this season, and even though Klopp will probably rest some players for the 2nd leg in Rome, Liverpool should take all 3 points in this match.

Burnley – Brighton: Brighton is pretty safe, so I assume they are slowly wrapping up their season, while Burnley had a great one and they should try end bring it to an end with some good performances.

Crystal Palace – Leicester: Last gameweek I predicted some goals for Palace’s game, and they played the only goalles match. We should be careful, obviously, but let’s hope and see some goals in this game.

Huddersfield – Everton: Toffees are favorites to win even away, since Huddersfield should consider themselves lucky there are much worse squad than theirs this season.

Newcastle – West Brom: There is no hope for West Brom for quite some time, but that didn’t stop them from getting all 3 points from Old Trafford and 1 points against Liverpool in the last 1 gameweeks.

Southampton – Bournemouth: I have to say Bournemouth all the way in this one. Southampton don’t deserve to stay up!

Swansea – Chelsea: Swansea can be tough in the second part of the season. Only several months ago it all seemed hopeless for them. Chelsea will try their best to get all 3 points, and they are clear favorites, of course.

West Ham – Man City: Well, City will go for the record and try to reach 100 points in one season.

Man Utd – Arsenal: Obviousyl, a derby game of the gameweek. And the last big league game for Arsen Wenger. However, they also have a midweek game against Atletico Madrid before this one.

Spurs – Watford: Well, you could always count on Harry Kane to score or claim some goals.



Good luck FPL managers!


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