Gameweek 36


West Brom’s Myhill (4.1) strolls into our team on the back of 3 consecutive clean sheets and a whopping total of 34 points in his last 3 games. The in-form budget friendly shot stopper has held the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool at bay in recent weeks, and won’t be facing as much trouble from a Newcastle side this week.

Alternatives: Hull City’s Harper (4.4) is our choice for alternative keeper as they take on last placed Burnley, who have failed to register even a single goal in the last 4 weeks.


Hull’s McShane (3.9) and Manchester City’s Kolarov (5.7) are the easiest choices to pick as they face off against the bottom two teams at home this week. Everton’s Baines (7.1) and Arsenal’s Bellerin (4.7) have slightly trickier home fixtures in Sunderland and Swansea respectively, but come out on top because of their recent defensive displays (2 clean sheets in the last 3 games for both) and the home advantage.

Finally, West Brom’s Dawson (4.5) is our last pick in defence as they take on Newcastle on the road. Dawson and company have been in top form having kept 3 consecutive clean sheets in their last 3 matches.


Hazard (11.3) is our first pick, after his match winning goal last week, clinched the title for the Blues with 3 games to spare. That ofcourse means Mourinho will want to rest some key players and finally give the youngsters a chance to impress. But we’re more than certain that Hazard will retain his spot in the starting 11. Next up, Sanchez (11.4) and Silva (9.6) both put in a brilliant performance last week, and will be looking to carry that form into this week.

Finally, Albrighton (4.2) and Elmohamady (4.9) from our budget friendly contingent, are the last two picks to wrap up things in midfield. Both have been in good form lately, and will be raring to give their all, as the fight for survival heats up in the bottom five.


You need to look no further than the in-form duo of Aguero (12.7) and Benteke (7.6) if it’s goals you’re looking for. Both have been in absolutely stunning form off late, and it would be extremely un-wise to not have both on your team as we roll in to the last 3 GWs.

Lastly, Kane (6.3) makes a return to our team this week as they take on Stoke on the road. With 4th spot (mathematically possible) and the Golden Boot still up for grabs, the youngster will be looking to bang in some goals in the last 3 weeks if he wants to stay in the running for either.