We have a new champion.
Wes Morgan's heroics at Old Trafford earned Leicester a crucial point from a difficult match, but it kept the title within reach of a determined Tottenham team. The next day, however, Eden Hazard settled the destination of the Premier League for the second season in a row with a spectacular strike to rescue an improbable point for
Back to business. The penultimate
Gameweek 37 fixtures
Norwich vs Man Utd
Aston Villa vs Newcastle
Bournemouth vs West Brom
Crystal Palace vs Stoke
Sunderland vs Chelsea
West Ham vs Swansea
Leicester vs Everton
Spurs vs Southampton
Liverpool vs Watford
Man City vs Arsenal
West Ham vs Man Utd
Norwich vs Watford
Sunderland vs Everton
Liverpool vs Chelsea
Deeney (5.3) - The Watford skipper stepped up to the plate with a brace against Villa, and faces what will be a weakened Liverpool side and a struggling Norwich team. He's quite fairly priced, too.
Rashford (4.7) - The Man Utd youngster has started 9 games in a row and has notched up 4 goals and an assist in this period. He will be at the centre of the action as the Red Devils look to mount a late surge for 4th place.
Defoe (5.3) - The Premier League veteran made it 10 goals for 2016 by converting a late penalty at Stoke, and will be up against the goal-leaking defences of Chelsea and Everton this week.
Hazard (10.8) - Last year's Player of the Year had a season to
Townsend (5.8) - Andros Townsend has led Newcastle's charge out of the drop zone, and will be relishing the prospect of facing a Villa side who have already thrown in the towel.
Cresswell (5.7) - The Hammers left-back has been one of the most solid performers through the season, providing 2 goals, 4 assists, and 11 clean sheets. You could do worse than have him marauding down your left flank to provide vital points.
Rojo (5.0) - The Argentine is a good option to have from a solid Manchester United backline that has emerged unscathed from more difficult fixtures than the ones they have this
Patrick van Aanholt (4.7) - There are superior premium options, but the DGW only requires budget players to show up to score their price. Besides, 5 goals and 3 assists through the season make PvA good value for money going forward should the Sunderland backline be breached.
David de Gea (5.9) - He has got
Robles (4.3) - Given Roberto Martinez's announcement that Howard will play Everton's final home games (and duly started him against Bournemouth), Robles is the best budget pick for this particular
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