Fantasy football: FPL Gameweek 36+ transfer advice, captain picks & more
The race to finish in the top four is becoming increasingly intriguing, with Manchester United's draw with Southampton seeing them miss a gloriouschance to climb above both Chelsea and Leicester City.
The battle for theEuropa League spots is also hotting up and, looking at the bottom of the table, Norwich City's stay in England's top flight is over but there's still a glimmer of hope for both Aston Villa and Bournemouth after their wins at the weekend.
Just threegames remain now as Fantasy Premier League managers look to finish the season with a flurry, withevery transfer and starting XI choicepotentially being crucial.
From team selection adviceto possible captain picks and the latest FPL stats - Goal gives you all the tools you need to turn those arrows green and climb your league tables.
Chelsea's flailing push to finish in the Champions League spots received a boost on Monday as Manchester United dropped points at home to Southampton and their home fixture with Norwich City is where we start for Gameweek 36+.
The Blues' 3-0 drubbing at the hands of Sheffield United last time out will have concerned FPL bosses but facing the relegated Canaries represents a chance for the likes of Willian (£7.4m) and Christian Pulisic (£7.3m) to get back on track.
Having been in blistering form since the Premier League restart, Bruno Fernandes (£9m)only came away with an assist and five points from the 2-2 draw with Southampton but he'll be back in the starting XI for Crystal Palace away and a sale wouldn't really make sense at this stage.
Anthony Martial (£8.4m) fared better than his team-mate, recording 13 points against the Saints, although Mason Greenwood's (£4.9m) quietshowing could well see him replaced for the trip to Selhurst Park as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer freshen things up.
After losing to Southampton at the beginning of July, Manchester City have bounced back to record consecutive 5-0 wins and in Raheem Sterling (£11.8m) they have the most transferred-in player ahead of Gameweek 36+.
Pep Guardiola loves to rotate his starting XI's but it would be a surprise if the England winger is hooked after his hat-trick against Brighton, while Gabriel Jesus (£9.8m) looks another worthwhile investment in attack, given Sergio Aguero's (£11.7m) long-term injury.
Liverpool face Arsenal at Emirates Stadium in their next fixture with it being difficult to know exactly what we can expect from Jurgen Klopp's side after another strange result saw the champions drop points at home to Burnley last time out.
The result doesn't paint the full picture of what happened at Anfield, though.The Reds enjoyed75% of the possession and had24 shots in total and with the Gunners still reeling after their north London derby loss, the likes of Mohamed Salah (£12.6m) and Sadio Mane (£12.2m) could well be back on the goal trail.
A well-rested Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.8m) should also be back in the starting XI and Klopp will be keen to see animprovement in north London, which is likely to spell danger for a suspect Arsenal defence.
There's no doubting who was the star of Gamweek 35+, with Michail Antonio (£7m)scoring an incredible four goals to inspire West Ham's 4-0 win over Norwich City to bring up 26 points.
The Hammers face Watford at home in their next fixture so it certainly wouldn't be the worst decison to bring in the 30-year-old, with Southampton striker Danny Ings (£7.5m) also proving a popular choice as he prepares to line up against Brighton at St. Mary's.
After his treble against Brighton, Raheem Sterling (£11.8m) is the most obvious choice for your Gameweek 36+ captaincy
The England winger has accumulated a total of 48 points over the last four gameweeks and although there's always the likelihood that Guardiola will make changes to his starting XI, Sterling surely won't be one that's taken out.
Manchester United forward Anthony Martial (£8.4m) offers an excellent alternative, with the Frenchman enjoying arguably the best form of his career at the moment and playing with supreme levels of confidence.
Total points scored: 156
Star player: Michail Antonio (26 points)
Line-up:Reina (9); Fredericks (11), Diop (10), Alderweireld (10); Sterling (21), Antonio (26), Trezeguet (16), Martial (13); Jesus (14), Solanke (13), McGoldrick (13).
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Source : goal.com
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