Fantasy Premier League GW37+ Preview: Only 2 Weeks Left!

Bruno Fernandes(L) and Ole Gunnar Solskjae(R), Manchester United. (Photo by Peter Powell/Pool via Getty Images)
Bruno Fernandes(L) and Ole Gunnar Solskjae(R), Manchester United. (Photo by Peter Powell/Pool via Getty Images) /
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Fantasy Premier League GW37+ Preview. The Premier League season is nearly over!

It always comes too soon, even with a massive break in the middle of the season it feels like the season is over just as it has begun. We have 2 weeks left for you to make up a little bit more “Overall Rank”, catch that mini-league leader or just get a little pride by not finishing last!

A lot has changed since the restart, Liverpool deservedly earned their crown as champions for the first time since football began in 1992 (when the Premier League started, Liverpool’s last title was in 1990 in the old Division 1). Norwich got relegated from the Premier League for the 5th time after a thrashing at the hands of West Ham (what a pick Antonio was if you managed to get there in time).

Almost as important for the rest of the season was Man City’s ban from the Champions League being overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which means they had the motivation to guarantee their spot in the top 4.

They duly did that with a win over Bournemouth, albeit a narrow one. It’s unclear what their motivation will be now, especially as Liverpool seem to have forgotten all about records in favour of enjoying their new life as champions!

As for the rest of the league, as we should all know motivation is king for the remaining few months, so the teams to focus on are Chelsea, Leicester, Man United (who have suddenly become a necessity in FPL again), Wolves and Spurs who are all fighting for their own European spot.

Meanwhile, at the bottom, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Watford, West Ham and maybe Brighton are in danger of relegation, so there’s plenty of motivation for them to keep going until the final whistle on July 26th.

This week there are some interesting clashes as Liverpool host Chelsea, Leicester travels to Spurs who still have an outside chance of top 4, and there are clashes of top vs. bottom with Man United hosting West Ham and Man City travelling to Watford.