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Fantrax EPL: Gameweek 38 Waiver Wire

Every Fantrax manager knows that Waiver Wire acquisitions can make or break your Fantasy EPL season.  This Gameweek 38 Waiver Wire article is here to help managers pick up the best Draft Premier League players possible ahead of the next Fantrax waiver processing!

Essential reading before the waiver requests process!

Gameweek 38 Waiver Wire

Here we outline Fantasy EPL Waiver Wire Targets that are 40% rostered or below on Fantrax

Davinson Sanchez

Position: Defender

Team: Tottenham

Rostered: 32%

Next Fixture: NOR (A)

Prospects: Sanchez came up with a huge return in a crucial game for Spurs courtesy of an assist and enough ghost points to qualify for a mention in this week's Ghost Point Hunters. I expect him to continue deputising in Romero's absence and come up big again vs hapless Norwich.

Verdict: I would use any waiver claim or all of my FAB on Sanchez.

Nuno Tavares

Position: Defender

Team: Arsenal

Rostered: 16%

Next Fixture: EVE (H)

Prospects: Tomiyasu's injury means Arsenal have no other choice but to start Tavares and Cedric in defence. And while it does not inspire confidence even against Everton, Tavares is comfortable attacking has been the opposition penalty area rather than defending his own, so an attacking return is not out of the question on the final day.

Verdict: I would use any waiver claim or all of my FAB on Tavares.

Yoane Wissa

Position: Midfielder

Team: Brentford

Rostered: 5%

Next Fixture: LEE (H)

Prospects: 2 goals in his last 2 starts, the last one of which pushed Everton back into the relegation dogfight they had hoped to be out of before the final day. This makes Wissa the "in form" pick of the article. Brentford's form in the last few months has been nothing short of amazing and Wissa has done enough to try his hand at relegation-threatened Leeds on the final day.

Verdict: I would use any waiver claim or all of my FAB on Wissa.

Joe Gelhardt

Position: Forward

Team: Leeds

Rostered: 4%

Next Fixture: BRF (A)

Prospects: The young striker started and got a last minute assist for Leeds against Brighton last weekend to keep their survival hopes alive. The lack of established forwards on the wire means he is one of the safer picks to put in a shift in a must-win game on the final day for Leeds.

Verdict: I would use any waiver claim or all of my FAB on Gelhardt.

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