Sadly we are heading into the final gameweek of the Premier League, so it’s now or never if you want to end your Fantasy Premier League team on a high note.
With every team playing at the exact same time, you will get the results of your season performance right after the final whistle.
The key fixtures we will be focusing on are the race for the second, third, fourth, and the fifth spot, with Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Manchester United all having something to play for.
Spurs will want to finish above the Gunners, while City and United are still battling for the final Champions League place, with the other dropping into the Europa League.
Last week we went with Troy Deeney, Antonio Valencia, and Joel Robles, with two out of the three rewarding you with some good points.
Deeney and Valencia picked up 12 and eight points respectively from their two fixtures, while Robles struggled with only four points from his double.
So, here are three final Fantasy Premier League differentials to consider for your team heading into gameweek 38.
Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey (7.8 and owned by 2.8%) has been a regular feature since returning to the starting lineup, playing the full 90 minutes in his last four consecutive matches, adding another two assists to his tally.
Despite struggling to make an impact from his previous three games, he is bound to cause problems against an Aston Villa side that has already been relegated into the Championship.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Erik Lamela (6.8 and owned by 1.3%) is currently on a good run of form, registering one goal while providing another four assists from his previous six matches.
With his side taking on an already relegated Newcastle United squad, he is bound to help Harry Kane in attack as he hopes to see his teammate win the Golden Boot.
West Ham United forward Diafra Sakho (6.2 and owned by 1.3%) is expected to continue his role on the right flanks following an impressive performance against Manchester United. He managed to pick up 10 points from his double gameweek with one goal and another one assist.
The Hammers will surely push for a win as they have a chance to overtake Manchester United into fifth if they pick up three points against Stoke City and United failed to beat Bournemouth.