The Premier League is hitting its final stride and with Leicester on the verge of creating history, you would have done well if the likes of Jamie Vardy or Riyad Mahrez would have been in your Fantasy Premier League side this season.
The duo from Leicester, well anyone from the Foxes for that matter, would have provided you with a lot of points this season and with a few tastier games on offer, we provide five players who must be in your side in this game week 36 of the Premier League.
Newcastle have come alive at the end of the season and with the club picking up crucial points in the last few games. The draw against Liverpool when they were two goals down shows the belief the club now have under Rafa Benitez and the goal Cisse scored against the Reds certainly gives him the confidence when the Magpies play against Palace who would be preparing for the FA Cup final.
Watford are another club who would have thought that the Premier League ends after 30 games. Quique Flores’ side have gone off the boil but they would be playing against Aston Villa and we don’t really need to say much about the Midlands club as they have already been relegated and Ighalo could make merry with his partner on the pitch Troy Deeney.
Tottenham face a tough tie in the battle of London but facing Chelsea in this time aren’t the toughest thing in the world as the Blues have had a poor season and are extremely inconsistent. Spurs have one of the hottest strikers in England and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the top scorer in the Premier League bag a couple of goals against the old enemy and still keep the dream of winning the Premier League alive.
Speaking of winning the Premier League, this could be the weekend where Leicester wrap up the title. They travel to Old Trafford and even though Manchester United at home isn’t an easy task, the Reds will have one eye on the FA Cup final. Riyad Mahrez was recently crowned as the PFA Player of the Season and this is the perfect theatre for him to show his skills against one of the biggest clubs of England.
Andy Carroll has been extremely good for his side ever since he came back from injury. The England star scored again, this time against Watford and he could be doing the same West Brom, who themselves aren’t really playing for much. West Ham need three points if they are going to make it to the Champions League next season and Carroll could well fire them and give your Fantasy Premier League side a few points as well.