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Fantasy Football ones to watch season 2018/19 gameweek 37


With just two Premier League gameweeks remaining, the battle for FPL mini-league titles are hotting up. Our Gameweek 36 ‘ones to watch’ picked up a bumper haul of points, as three of our four picks returned points. Here are our gameweek 36 ones to watch:

Lucas Digne (Everton, £5.3m)

The French full-back has become one of the best value FPL this season. In fact, he has been one of the standout performers for Everton in his debut campaign in the Premier League. The former Barcelona star has been a highly valuable asset at both ends of the pitch.

Digne has scored four goals and produced four assists this season in the top-flight, while also keeping 12 clean sheets. The full-back has helped the Toffees keep clean sheets in five of their last six top-flight matches.

The 25-year-old has been good at picking bonus points this season, collecting 19 extra points. In fact, he has picked up six bonus points in his last four outings. A home game against Burnley on Friday night looks like it could provide a good points haul for Digne. The Toffees are favourites to record a victory against the Clarets.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Crystal Palace, £4.6m)

The youngster has enjoyed a sensational breakthrough season with the Eagles, reportedly attracting interest from some of the biggest clubs in the Premier League. The full-back has picked up 12 clean sheets with Roy Hodgson side this season.

The defender has become a bonus point magnet this season, picking up 18 bonus points. His ability to pick up those the extra points and his price tag of £4.6m adds to his attraction for any FPL team. A visit to struggling Cardiff City and then a home game against Bournemouth seems like a good opportunity for the youngster pick up yet more points.

Diogo Jota (Wolves, £6.3m)

The Portuguese forward makes our ones to watch for a second straight week, as he was just too good an option to leave out for gameweek 37. Categorised as a midfielder, Jota is playing in a more advanced position, which adds to his attraction as an FPL asset.

The youngster has scored nine goals and produced eight assists this season in a highly impressive season for the team from the Midlands. Jota has scored in his last two leagues and also produced an assist. A home game against already-relegated Fulham this weekend gives Jota the chance to add to his impressive campaign so far this season.

Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace, £6.9m)

The Ivory Coast international has enjoyed another productive campaign for the Eagles, scoring nine goals and producing eight assists. The forward has proven to be inconsistent in his career.

Zaha faces a trip relegation-threatened Cardiff this weekend and a home game against travel-sick Bournemouth on the final day of the campaign. The games give the forward a big opportunity to add to his goal tally, especially as Cardiff have the worst home defensive record in the top-flight.

The forward has a good away record of late for Palace, scoring eight goals and producing five assists in his last 18 top-flight away from home.

Who are the ones to watch in gameweek 37 in FPL?

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