Ryan Fraser is the only player of the Dream Team, whose team is not in the top three positions.
A Vincent Kompany screamer gave Manchester City a crucial goal that propelled them to a victory and subsequently the top of the table. Liverpool, who beat Newcastle thanks to a late Divock Origi goal, were dethroned again. Chelsea beat Watford by scoring three unanswered goals and moved to the third position, confirming a Champions League spot for next season, while Tottenham succumbed to a humbling defeat at the hands of Bournemouth. Manchester United’s challenge for a top four finish ended with a drab draw against relegated Huddersfield while Arsenal still have a small chance to oust Tottenham and finish fourth despite a crushing draw at the Emirates Stadium to Brighton.
Gameweek 36 Review
A well-driven week driven majorly by defenders. Both Aymeric Laporte and Matt Doherty finished with 12 points each, thanks to both of them getting a clean sheet and assist. Midfield hero Ryan Fraser got 9 poins, while goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski got 6 points. Captain Raul Jimenez got 4 points for his performance against Fulham. Sadio Mane, Sergio Aguero, Paul Pogba and Callum Wilson got 2 points each while Aaron-Wan Bissaka and Nathan Redmond got one point each.
Gameweek 37 Transfers
Andrew Robertson’s injury during the Champions League semifinal tie leaves a hole in defense. Virgil van Dijk is brought in for the young full-back.
Gameweek 37 Line-up
3-5-2 is the preferred formation. Alisson starts in goal and is supported by three defenders. Virgil van Dijk, Aaron-Wan Bissaka and Aymeric Laporte start ahead of the likes of Matt Doherty and Ricardo Pereira. Lukasz Fabianksi also moves to the bench. Nathan Redmond, Sadio Mane, Paul Pogba, Lucas Moura and Ryan Fraser start in midfield while Sergio Aguero and Callum Wilson are the strikers. Raul Jimenez is shifted to the bench. Paul Pogba is made the captain while Aaron-Wan Bissaka is the vice-captain.
The much awaited Gameweek 38 is finally here, while everything from the relegation sots to the Champions League spots is almost confirmed, the battle continues in full flow at the top as Manchester City aim to make it two straight titles and push the Reds into submission. Klopp’s men will be looking to take the title challenge till the end as Liverpool hope to win the Premier League for the first time ever. Table-toppers visit Brighton for the crucial fixture while Liverpool will take on Wolverhampton in Anfield. Chelsea, who are sure of a Champions League spot next year take on Leicester at the King Power Stadium while Tottenham will need atleast one point from their encounter against Everton to do the same. Arsenal, who have a small shance to finish in a Champions League spot, are facing Burnley away from home while Manchester United will play Cardiff at Old Trafford.