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Fantrax EPL: Gameweek 37 Sleepers XI

Our Gameweek 37 Sleepers XI article provides Fantrax managers with a lineup of Fantasy EPL hidden gems.  Our starting eleven of Draft Premier League differential picks will help you find a golden ticket to a big score this weekend!  These hints and tips will give you a better chance of picking up an all-important victory, as one of our picks could easily make the difference in a Head-to-Head game!

We'll be focusing on players that will bring us not only attacking returns or clean sheets, but also those players that score Ghost Points in the sophisticated and statistics based Fantrax Scoring System!

Fantasy EPL Gameweek 37 Sleepers XI

For this article, we use the % rostered from Fantrax. Our only rule is that each player we highlight is required to be rostered in 60% of leagues or below at the time of writing. Therefore there's a good chance these players will be free agents in your Fantrax Draft League!

GK: Jack Butland

Team: Crystal Palace

Opponent: Aston Villa (Away) / Leicester (Away)

Rostered: 3%

Points Last Gameweek: 14

Prospects: It looks like Guaita's time at Palace might be coming to an end and Butland has deputised ably whenever called upon. Unless there is other news from Selhurst, I think he will start both games in this double and Villa and Leicester are ideal games as in they offer a decent chance of a CS while offering enough in attack to guarantee a good ghost floor from saves for Butland.

DEF: Nathan Collins

Team: Burnley

Opponent: Tottenham (Away) / Aston Villa (Away)

Rostered: 29%

Points Last Gameweek: 3.25

Prospects: Collins has been one of the main protagonists of the Mike Jackson revival and they only need a couple of more results to nail their spot in the Prem for next season. While offering a decent floor, Collins is no stranger to popping up on the attacking end of the pitch with a return, so there is some upside when you plug him in.

DEF: Vitalii Mykolenko

Team: Everton

Opponent: Brentford (Home) / Crystal Palace (Home)

Rostered: 40%

Points Last Gameweek: 8.75

ProspectsMykolenko has quietly been putting up some decent points the last few gameweeks, even without a clean sheet and in some tough matchups to boot. His spot looks secure to start both matches in the double and I like Everton's motivation to go out and get wins, which should hopefully provide some good attacking impetus for the full backs to get forward. He should offer solid DEF2/3 value this gameweek and performed exceptionally well in GW36 too, so you can be confident in his inclusion

DEF: Joachim Andersen

Team: Crystal Palace

Opponent: Aston Villa (Away) / Leicester (Away)

Rostered: 52%

Points Last Gameweek: 12.75

Prospects:  Doubling up on the Palace D might be a strange notion, but Vieira's team have been no slouches. Andersen, while a very good defender, offers some tactical upside in that he is a very competent passer of the ball, so he routinely takes a few steps out of defence to be able to ping balls around to the attackers offering xA potential in the process.

MID: Eberechi Eze

Team: Crystal Palace

Opponent: Aston Villa (Away) / Leicester (Away)

Rostered: 55%

Points Last Gameweek: 7.5

Prospects: Finally, Eze has arrived. We have all been patiently waiting on him since his unfortunate injury last season. He has been very solid in the last couple of games, and his upcoming opponent, Leicester just love to concede from set pieces, so look out for Eze to deliver a few enticing free kicks into the area for Edouard/Mateta or a CB to pounce on.

MID: Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall

Team: Leicester

Opponent: Watford (Away) / Chelsea (Away)

Rostered: 50%

Points Last Gameweek: 9

Prospects: Did you think I would miss the chance to shame everyone who plays in a league where KDH is available? Well, I won't! SHAME on YOU! KDH has been the most reliably solid midfielder in all of the game for the past couple of months with mazy runs from midfield and some set pieces offering him that upside we all crave coupled with a decent floor we all need.

MID: Alexis Mac Allister

Team: Brighton

Opponent: Leeds (Away)

Rostered: 30%

Points Last Gameweek: 3.5

Prospects: Honestly, this was a tossup, among which Brighton mid to include. I had Caicedo in the waivers article, so I'll have Macca in here. The Argentinian has gone off the boil a bit, since he was all the rage around the beginning of the year, but he is still very much part of a very good offensive unit who play the team currently in probably the worst form in the league (with an incredibly banged-up back line).

MID: Alex Iwobi

Team: Everton

Opponent: Brentford (Home) / Crystal Palace (Home)

Rostered: 43%

Points Last Gameweek: 22

ProspectsIwobi has become a reliable performer for Frank in recent weeks. Top 5 player in DGW36, the Everton utility man has been ever present in our articles in the last couple of weeks. His direct and explosive style, coupled with his work rate make him the perfect Fantrax player. Floor and ceiling both present. Everton will surely be able to seal their own fate in GW37 and Iwobi will be central to their efforts.

FWD: Wout Weghorst

Team: Burnley

Opponent: Tottenham (Away / Aston Villa (Away)

Rostered: 52%

Points Last Gameweek: 7

Prospects: Big Wout has been slowly plodding along since his arrival in the January window, without really having very impressive games in the process. This last DGW of the season is his last chance to deliver on his January promise of being a goal getter and in the process, hep his team secure their spot in the EPL for 22/23.

FWD: Pedro Neto

Team: Wolves

Opponent: Norwich (Home)

Rostered: 50%

Points Last Gameweek: 14.5

Prospects: He is finally back. After a slow integration process following his injury, Neto started both games in DGW36 and delivered the goods. 8 ghosts in game 1, and a goal against City in game 2. What more do you want? A game against Norwich to follow? Here it is!!

FWD: Odsonne Edouard

Team: Crystal Palace

Opponent: Aston Villa (Away) / Leicester (Away)

Rostered: 42%

Points Last Gameweek: 8.5

Prospects: Edouard rounds out this Palace heavy Sleepers XI as he is most likely to feature somehow in both games of the DGW for the Londoners. With Vieira galvanised by his Manager of the Season nomination, I expect Palace to go for it in both games and Edouard could be central to their attacking play. If Mateta starts the first however, Edouard may be too much of a risk for us.

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