Gameweek 37 Fantasy Premier League Player Rankings

Fantasy Premier League Player RankingsFor the week 37 player rankings I am favoring players from Sunderland and Arsenal who both have two games this week. Picking either team’s players comes with a risk due to their opponents for the weekend, but there is always going to be some risk regardless of the teams and players that you choose.

Preparing your teams in these last two gameweeks is going to be tricky due to the nature of these final matches. For those teams that are safe there are several factors to consider. Will the manager choose to put in younger players and give them a chance? Will the players be up for these matches or will they be focused on the offseason? Will players put in a solid performance in hopes of getting a transfer or a better deal? Unfortunately, I don’t have the answers to these questions, and would say that few people do.

Here are the gameweek 37 fantasy Premier League player rankings:

1 Costel Pantilimon
2 David Ospina
3 Thibaut Courtois
4 Kaspar Schmeichel
5 Brad Guzan
1 Branislav Ivanovic
2 Kieran Trippier
3 Hector Bellerin
4 Cesar Azpilicueta
5 Patrick van Aanholt
6 Ryan Bertrand
7 Aaron Cresswell
8 Pablo Zabaleta
9 Wes Morgan
10 Jeffrey Schlupp
1 Alexis Sanchez
2 Eden Hazard
3 Aaron Ramsey
4 Stewart Downing
5 Gylfi Sigurdsson
6 Mesut Ozil
7 Sebastian Larsson
8 Santi Cazorla
9 Christian Eriksen
10 Esteban Cambiasso
1 Sergio Aguero
2 Olivier Giroud
3 Christian Benteke
4 Harry Kane
5 Enner Valencia
6 Charlie Austin
7 Romelu Lukaku
8 Jermain Defoe


There are a few times that I would be very interested to see how they play and who they put out there. Among those are Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, QPR, Burnley, West Brom, West Ham United, Everton, and Crystal Palace. Each of these teams has their own issue in some way.

Chelsea have won the league and have plenty of young players to give some match time to. Liverpool are out of Champions League qualification possibilities. Tottenham have been slipping for weeks now and look like they are ready for a break. QPR and Burnley are both relegated which means that there is a chance for players to showcase their abilities.

West Brom, West Ham, Everton, and Crystal Palace are all safely in mid table, but also have players looking to show teams what they can do.

These last two weekends should certainly be interesting for matches as well as fantasy Premier League managers. For FPL matchups check out my week 37 Premier League predictions and be sure to follow the Premier Soccer Chat twitter for updates.