Last matchday in the Prem. League
The Bundesliga ended last weekend and in the Prem. League the last matchday is coming up and it will be really exciting. Leeds and Burnley, who are level on points, are still in the relegation battle. Everton avoided relegation with a 3-2 win over Crystal Palace during the week. West Ham and Man. United are fighting for a Europa League place, Tottenham and Arsenal for the Champions League and of course Man. City and Liverpool for the title. We can definitely be excited to see how the games go and hopefully look forward to an eventful Sunday afternoon.
Jose Sa (63₵, Wolverhampton): The Portuguese has been one of the best goalkeepers this season. He is second in the Gk held statistics this season and is also right up there with an average score of 215. Especially against this week’s opponents Liverpool, who desperately need the three points, he could prove his strength on the line and has a very good scoring potential. Still, there is some risk involved as the Reds are quite capable of scoring more than four goals against Wolves.
Emerson Royal (98₵, Spurs): The 23-year-old Brazilian is having a solid season, regularly putting in performances above 200. In his last two games he impressed with 390 and 249 points and since he actually plays more in midfield, he always manages to set offensive accents. So Norwich could be the perfect opponent for him, as they have a big defensive weakness and he could exploit that. Also, Norwich have only won one of their last 15 games and Spurs will give everything in this game as they have Champions League at stake.
Trevoh Chalobah (88₵, Chelsea): The 23-year-old was given a start during the week and performed well. He was also used last weekend and scored a strong 235 points in the FA Cup final. In his appearances so far, he has mostly scored over 200 points and shone with a good duel rate of 68%.
Wesley Fofana (4₵, Leicester): Fofana was able to return to action for the Foxes at the end of March after an injury lay-off of almost a year and has also been playing regularly and well since then. He has averaged 260 points in the Premier League and as many as 338 in the Conference League over that period. He also costs you next to nothing, making him one of the best picks this matchday.
Ibrahima Konate (107₵, Liverpool): When Konate is in the starting line-up, Liverpool don’t lose. In his 25 appearances, he has won 20 games, played in only five draws and the opposing team has gone without a goal of their own in 11 of those 25 games. With Van Dijk and Joe Gomez unlikely to play, the Frenchman will start from the start and hopefully put in another strong performance.
Dejan Kulusevski (94₵, Spurs): For me, one of the best winter transfers this season as the Swede has hit the ground running at Tottenham and already has three goals and eight assists to his name this season. At SPITCH, his points also look very good most of the time, but sometimes he scores below ground. Still, he comes in with a scoring average of 203 and could pick up some points against Norwich.
Mohamed Elneny (45₵, Arsenal): At direct rivals Arsenal there is also a player who has really good scoring potential and also costs very little. The Egyptian has been convincing in the 6-man position for the Gunners lately and has averaged 258 points in the last four games. Arsenal need to win to still have a chance of the CL and he will give everything to help them succeed.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (86₵, Chelsea): Chelsea have already qualified for the Champions League for sure, but they will be stepping on the gas again to end the season on a good note. Against Watford, who are already relegated, that shouldn’t normally be a problem and Loftus-Cheek could play a decisive role in the win.
Fernandinho (86₵, Man. City): He is one of the cheapest but most experienced players at Man. City and will probably start at centre-back again against Aston Villa as the Citizens still have major injury problems in defence. With City playing absolute possession football under Guardiola, the Brazilian will be able to score some points through passing. He has very big scoring potential as a result and centre-backs actually score really strongly for City pretty much all the time.
Anthony Elanga (14₵, Man. United): The 20-year-old has developed into a regular lately. Unfortunately, he is still very inconsistent at SPITCH, but has already shown us that he can also score really strongly. The Red Devils have to give everything for a win to avoid being overtaken by West Ham and then having to play Conference League.
Jarrod Bowen (110₵, West Ham): He is one of the strongest strikers at SPITCH and could show how good he is again on this matchday. West Ham must win to still have a chance of overtaking Man. United and play Europa League and to achieve that goal he will be a key player as in the last two games he made 423 and 618 points and was also involved in a whole five goals. Brighton are a strong opponent, but he could still convince and score a lot of points.
Other players to keep an eye on are Craig Dawson (77₵, West Ham), who has been on a real roll lately, Christian Eriksen (84₵, Brentford), who is having an outstanding season, and Heung-Min Son (176₵, Spurs), who has really strong scoring potential this matchday.
About me: I have been assisting SPITCH in its various divisions for several months now. With my experience on the free pitches, I want to help you find interesting players that maybe not everyone has on their radar.