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FPL News: Top Captain Picks for Game Week 38

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FPL News: A hectic 2021-22 Fantasy Premier League season is coming to an end and the final roll of the dice is due before the much-awaited summer break.

A spot on captaincy choice in the final game week could prove to be the difference between a delightful season and an average one.

With some exciting matchups on the final day, there is a big pool of premium as well as in-form players that are suitable for the armband. Here’s us narrowing down the picks for you:

FPL News: Son Heung-min (Spurs, £11.2m)

FPL News: Top Captain Picks for Game Week 38
FPL News: Top Captain Picks for Game Week 38

READ MORE: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Wanted By Clubs

If not for Nick Pope, Son could have easily overtaken Mo Salah’s goals tally of 22 in Gameweek 37. However, he will have one more golden opportunity to win the Golden Boot award on the final day against Norwich.

The Korean is the highest-scoring player in 2022 and will hope to finish off an incredible season with a few more goals.

Harry Kane (Spurs, £12.5m)

The highest-scoring forward this season with 16 goals and 10 assists, Harry Kane has had fond memories of finding the back of the net on the final day of the previous seasons.

Kane has been back to his best under Antonio Conte, playing the role of a creator as well as being the usual poacher simultaneously depending upon the opposition.

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Going up against the bottom-placed Norwich City this time, Conte will hope Kane leads the team from the front to seal their UCL qualification.

Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City, £12.1m)

Big game player Kevin De Bruyne will be high on confidence after winning the Premier League Player of the Season award this week and will look the take his team over the line on the final day. He scored his first-ever Premier League hattrick (4 goals) in game week 36 playing as a No 10.

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Considering Manchester City can not settle for anything else than a win vs Aston Villa, KDB will likely be heavily involved in the City attacks, increasing his potential for a massive haul. It is worth noting that the Belgian has not blanked in any of his previous five home matches.

Mason Mount (Chelsea, £7.7m)

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Chelsea take on already-relegated Watford on the final day of the season. Mason Mount will look to prove that he is still one of the best young prospects in the game. The youngster missed his crucial penalty in the FA Cup defeat versus Liverpool last week.

Mount is known to be a flat-track bully. He has produced massive hauls previously against Norwich, Leeds, Southampton and Watford. Chelsea has been through a lot in recent times. A big win in front of their home crowd would be the ideal end to a tiring season

Andy Robertson (Liverpool, £7.3m)

Liverpool will look to build momentum for their Champions League final vs Real Madrid next week, hence, and they couldn’t have asked for a better fixture to end the season with.

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Also, the Anfield crowd will be hoping for a big win on Sunday, in case Manchester City bring a twist to the title race. A fully rested Liverpool side against a lacklustre Wolves side could mean only one outcome and if we consider that Andy Robertson has failed to return in only two of his previous 19 starts, it becomes even more tempting to hand him the armband.

FPL News: A hectic 2021-22 Fantasy Premier League season is coming to an end and the final roll of the dice is due before the much-awaited summer break.

A spot on captaincy choice in the final game week could prove to be the difference between a delightful season and an average one.

With some exciting matchups on the final day, there is a big pool of premium as well as in-form players that are suitable for the armband. Here’s us narrowing down the picks for you:

FPL News: Son Heung-min (Spurs, £11.2m)

FPL News: Top Captain Picks for Game Week 38
FPL News: Top Captain Picks for Game Week 38

READ MORE: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Wanted By Clubs

If not for Nick Pope, Son could have easily overtaken Mo Salah’s goals tally of 22 in Gameweek 37. However, he will have one more golden opportunity to win the Golden Boot award on the final day against Norwich.

The Korean is the highest-scoring player in 2022 and will hope to finish off an incredible season with a few more goals.

Harry Kane (Spurs, £12.5m)

The highest-scoring forward this season with 16 goals and 10 assists, Harry Kane has had fond memories of finding the back of the net on the final day of the previous seasons.

Kane has been back to his best under Antonio Conte, playing the role of a creator as well as being the usual poacher simultaneously depending upon the opposition.

Going up against the bottom-placed Norwich City this time, Conte will hope Kane leads the team from the front to seal their UCL qualification.

Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City, £12.1m)

Big game player Kevin De Bruyne will be high on confidence after winning the Premier League Player of the Season award this week and will look the take his team over the line on the final day. He scored his first-ever Premier League hattrick (4 goals) in game week 36 playing as a No 10.

Considering Manchester City can not settle for anything else than a win vs Aston Villa, KDB will likely be heavily involved in the City attacks, increasing his potential for a massive haul. It is worth noting that the Belgian has not blanked in any of his previous five home matches.

Mason Mount (Chelsea, £7.7m)

Chelsea take on already-relegated Watford on the final day of the season. Mason Mount will look to prove that he is still one of the best young prospects in the game. The youngster missed his crucial penalty in the FA Cup defeat versus Liverpool last week.

Mount is known to be a flat-track bully. He has produced massive hauls previously against Norwich, Leeds, Southampton and Watford. Chelsea has been through a lot in recent times. A big win in front of their home crowd would be the ideal end to a tiring season

Andy Robertson (Liverpool, £7.3m)

Liverpool will look to build momentum for their Champions League final vs Real Madrid next week, hence, and they couldn’t have asked for a better fixture to end the season with.

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Also, the Anfield crowd will be hoping for a big win on Sunday, in case Manchester City bring a twist to the title race. A fully rested Liverpool side against a lacklustre Wolves side could mean only one outcome and if we consider that Andy Robertson has failed to return in only two of his previous 19 starts, it becomes even more tempting to hand him the armband.

BETADDA

FPL News: A hectic 2021-22 Fantasy Premier League season is coming to an end and the final roll of the dice is due before the much-awaited summer break.

A spot on captaincy choice in the final game week could prove to be the difference between a delightful season and an average one.

With some exciting matchups on the final day, there is a big pool of premium as well as in-form players that are suitable for the armband. Here’s us narrowing down the picks for you:

FPL News: Son Heung-min (Spurs, £11.2m)

FPL News: Top Captain Picks for Game Week 38
FPL News: Top Captain Picks for Game Week 38

READ MORE: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Wanted By Clubs

If not for Nick Pope, Son could have easily overtaken Mo Salah’s goals tally of 22 in Gameweek 37. However, he will have one more golden opportunity to win the Golden Boot award on the final day against Norwich.

The Korean is the highest-scoring player in 2022 and will hope to finish off an incredible season with a few more goals.

Harry Kane (Spurs, £12.5m)

The highest-scoring forward this season with 16 goals and 10 assists, Harry Kane has had fond memories of finding the back of the net on the final day of the previous seasons.

Kane has been back to his best under Antonio Conte, playing the role of a creator as well as being the usual poacher simultaneously depending upon the opposition.

Going up against the bottom-placed Norwich City this time, Conte will hope Kane leads the team from the front to seal their UCL qualification.

Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City, £12.1m)

Big game player Kevin De Bruyne will be high on confidence after winning the Premier League Player of the Season award this week and will look the take his team over the line on the final day. He scored his first-ever Premier League hattrick (4 goals) in game week 36 playing as a No 10.

Considering Manchester City can not settle for anything else than a win vs Aston Villa, KDB will likely be heavily involved in the City attacks, increasing his potential for a massive haul. It is worth noting that the Belgian has not blanked in any of his previous five home matches.

Mason Mount (Chelsea, £7.7m)

Chelsea take on already-relegated Watford on the final day of the season. Mason Mount will look to prove that he is still one of the best young prospects in the game. The youngster missed his crucial penalty in the FA Cup defeat versus Liverpool last week.

Mount is known to be a flat-track bully. He has produced massive hauls previously against Norwich, Leeds, Southampton and Watford. Chelsea has been through a lot in recent times. A big win in front of their home crowd would be the ideal end to a tiring season

Andy Robertson (Liverpool, £7.3m)

Liverpool will look to build momentum for their Champions League final vs Real Madrid next week, hence, and they couldn’t have asked for a better fixture to end the season with.

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Also, the Anfield crowd will be hoping for a big win on Sunday, in case Manchester City bring a twist to the title race. A fully rested Liverpool side against a lacklustre Wolves side could mean only one outcome and if we consider that Andy Robertson has failed to return in only two of his previous 19 starts, it becomes even more tempting to hand him the armband.

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