There are just three more opportunities to do something about our ranking and mini-league positions in Fantasy Premier League. Last three gameweeks – 2 double gameweeks and one very crazy single gameweek.
And if you still have some chips left.. you might want to use them.
But first, let’s jump to our FPL GW36 Tips.
Key notes for FPL Double gameweek 36
Let’s start with our key notes for DGW36 of FPL.
- If you still have free hit and face a dilemma whether to use it now or in GW37, our advice is: use it now. Free hit team full of Manchetser City, Liverpool and Spurs players will do better than free hit team full of Crystal Palace, Everton and Aston Villa players
- if you still have your triple captain left, use it now (Salah, Kane, KdB) or save it for GW38 – where we should see a lot of goals as usually
- Top transfer targets for GW36: Richarlison, Coutinho
Further reading: 3 Essential tips for effective use of wildcard in F
Who is the best captain in FPL GW36
We will keep the captaincy section short once again.
If you would like to know more about the process we use to select the captain every gameweek, read our article: How to pick the right captain in FPL?
According to this decision-making process, we think Salah is the best captain in FPL GW36.
Son is our number two, and De Bruyne is the number three captain pick.
What bookies odds say about GW36
As usual, we converted bookies odds into probabilities using our Odds to probability calculator, to assess the potential of gameweek 36.
Clean sheet odds for GW36
Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool have a solid chance of at least one clean sheet in DGW36.
Bookies expect 8.46 clean sheets in gameweek 36. In last season, we were used to a rate of 5.89 per clean sheets gameweek. This season we have seen clean sheets at the rate of 5.63 clean sheets per gameweek.
Liverpool and Manchester City are still due to the correction in their clean sheet count, we expect both teams to concede goals in the upcoming gameweeks.
Due to correction in the number of clean sheets: Liverpool, Manchester City
Liverpool overperformed their defensive expectations the most from all teams. The reds should have kept 13.7 clean sheets instead of 21 according to our expected clean sheets table.
Due to an improvement in the number of clean sheets: Manchester United, Watford
Manchester United underperformed their defensive expectations the most from all teams. They should have kept 11.62 clean sheets instead of 8 according to our expected clean sheets table.
You can see the expected clean sheets table and clean sheet odds for all Premier League teams here.
Goalscoring odds for GW36
Regarding the first matches of double gameweek, Salah (43 %) leads the any time goalscorer odds table for GW36. Mahrez (41 %) follows.
You can look at all most likely goalscorers here.