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Week 37 EPL Waiver Wire

It’s the penultimate week of the EPL Waiver Wire and the season.

Week 36 suggestions were (mostly) on point! Two goals Callum Hudson-Odoi, two assists for Jacob Murphy, and a goal for Elijah Adebayo. Morgan Rogers was subbed early due to an injury as Aston Villa was shut out by Brighton.

This week six teams play twice: Manchester City, Tottenham, Newcastle, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Brighton.

Man City are just a point behind with a game in hand. They control their own fate, so they can’t afford to drop points. They certainly looked strong last weekend.

Places 5 through 8 all play twice, meaning there could be some real movement as teams are fighting for spots in Europe.

Rotation is a worry with games coming quickly, but teams need to win and the best players should be on the field. I’m loading up as much as possible on players with two games, but there aren’t a lot a great double options available in most leagues.

At this point in the season, there’s no reason for Fantrax managers to hold on to players. Win now.

The top EPL Waiver Wire suggestions for week 37 are listed below in order of most to least rostered in Fantrax.

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Week 37 Fantasy EPL Waiver Wire

Emil KrafthDefender – 13% Rostered – Newcastle vs Brighton, Manchester United vs Newcastle

Krafth continues to play in Newcastle’s central defense. They’ve now won four of out five with two shutouts in that stretch. Over two games, he there are points to be had. Kieran Trippier and Nick Pope may be back, meaningValentino Livramento and Martin Dubravka might be back to the bench. That’s not certain, but I’m keeping my eyes on their injuries. Jacob Murphy (of last week’s Waiver Wire suggestion) is still available in almost 60% of leagues. 

Joel Veltman –  Defender – 10% Rostered – Newcastle vs Brighton, Brighton vs Chelsea

Veltman’s return to the lineup brought with it a shoutout against 4th place Aston Villa. They had give up seven in the previous two when he didn’t play full games. That’s a good sign that he gets back into the starting lineup for both upcoming games in week 37. Brighton have been wrecked by injuries this season, and you just don’t know what lineup or team is going to come. Veltman and other Seagulls come with risk, but two games make them tempting on the Week 37 EPL Waiver Wire.

Benoit Badiashile – Defender – 19% Rostered – Nottingham Forrest vs Chelsea, Brighton vs Chelsea

Chelsea and Badiashile have back-to-back shutout wins, although both were at home. Chelsea are finally playing as fans hoped they’d be doing all season. Badiashile has been a part of this run. They are making a final push at the end of the season to grab a spot in Europe. They need all six points from these two games if they are going to stay relevant. Keeper, Djordje Petrovic, is available is over half the leagues still too. 

Ben Brereton – Forward –  34% Rostered – Everton vs Sheffield United

He’s just got a single game this week and he’s playing for the worst team in the league, but this is about fantasy points, and he’s been scoring them. With very few options for double-game attacking players on the week 37 EPL waiver wire, Brereton has been quietly just putting up points. He has at least two shots of target over his last four games, and two goals over that stretch too. SHU are already relegated, so they have nothing left to lose.

Don’t pass up opportunities to grab a player who can help this week. With only two weeks to go, there’s only the now!

Good luck!

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