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Fantasy Premier League tips: FPL gameweek 37 scout - transfers, captains and differentials

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We’re now into the final two weeks of the Premier League - and Fantasy Premier League - season, meaning it’s last chance saloon for those managers battling it out at the top of mini-leagues or scrambling to avoid forfeits.

Here’s who we’re picking this week...

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) | £7.7m

The Reds defender is right back to his best, registering at least six points in all but one of his last eight outings, including two double-figure hauls. Liverpool end the season with favourable fixtures, too.

Stuart Dallas (Leeds) | £5.4m

Leeds are another side with what looks a kind end to the campaign and moving now to bring in fantasy stalwart Dallas could work out, with Southampton in midweek followed by the return of fans to Elland Road against West Brom on Sunday.

Joe Willock (Newcastle) | £4.8m

The Arsenal loanee just cannot stop scoring, with five in five in the Premier League, and the Toon face bottom side Sheffield United this week. His bargain price could facilitate a big move for those with two transfers saved up.

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Mo Salah (Liverpool) | £12.8m

The Reds are one of the few teams who still have everything to play for in these final two games and Salah has been leading their top four charge, with five goals in his last seven games. Diogo Jota’s season-ending injury removes any doubts over rotation, too.

Mason Greenwood (Manchester United) | £7.3m

The in-form 19-year-old has six goals in his last seven Premier League games and, having started on the bench in last week’s defeat to Liverpool seems likely to be included from the off against relegated Fulham.

Harry Kane (Tottenham) | £11.8m

With speculation over his future rife this week, Kane might be forgiven for letting his mind wander but he tends to be the kind of player to respond on the pitch. Tottenham face a Villa side whose early season solidity has evaporated, as emphasised by the fact they conceded three to Crystal Palace last time out.

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