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Fantasy Premier League: Top 5 differential picks for Double Gameweek 37

Ashwin Asok
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10.68K   //    03 May 2018, 18:27 IST

Gameweek 32 is here!
Double Gameweek 37 is here!

All eyes turn to week 37 which provides fantasy managers with one last chance to boost their rankings and climb up the ladder.

The penultimate week is extra-special because 10 teams play twice in the space of 6 days, making it imperative to choose as many players as possible from these teams.

We have some really tasty fixtures coming up and there is every chance that this week will make or break many managers' fantasy season.

Managers who have their Bench Boost chip intact can try and extract maximum points this week as they have the liberty to field 15 players who might play twice.

Thus, it is important to choose lesser-owned players who have the chance to give maximum returns this week as they can help managers climb up the rankings, especially in mini-leagues.

On that note, we look at 5 possible differential options who are likely to score big this week:

#5 Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)

Watford v Crystal Palace - Premier League
Zaha is a man in form

Despite having only one fixture this week, the Crystal Palace winger makes the cut as he has been a pivotal figure in their incredible turnaround this season. He is also in fine form heading into the game at Stoke.

He has amassed a monstrous 42 points in his last 5 games and is certainly one to watch out for this week as Palace hope to end the season on a high.


Christian Benteke's struggles in front of goal led Roy Hodgson to play Zaha as a forward and the decision has paid dividends. Palace will be high on confidence heading into the fixture having scored 5 times last week while Stoke have kept just 2 clean sheets in their last 11 matches.

Zaha is owned by only 7.9% of the managers at the moment and he has the potential to score big this week.

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