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Sunday, 8:30 a.m: Arsenal v. West Ham
Sunday, 8:30 a.m: Stoke City v. Burnley
Sunday, 11:30 a.m: Manchester City v. Swansea City
Gabriel Jesus, MCI v. SWA (€10M): With Sergio Aguero out for the rest of the season, City will look to Jesus for production as the season winds down. He has a goal in two straight and makes for a strong play at home against lowly Swansea.
Peter Crouch, STK v. BUR (€8M): Crouch hasn't started either of the last three games, but he did bag a goal off the bench to help Stoke earn a vital point last Monday. That goal evoked memories of the robot, and if he gets the nod he'll need to do more of the same to help Stoke stave off relegation.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson, BUR at STK (€8M): Gudmundsson assisted on a goal and topped 10 points against Chelsea last weekend, earning his right of passage as a player to watch as the season comes to a close. Look for him to make things difficult at Stoke on Sunday.
Mesut Ozil, ARS v. WHU (€7M): Ozil may or may not start since they have a more important game in the Europa League semi-final on Thursday, but he's an auto-play at €7M if he gets the nod. He's topped double figures in each of his last three starts and should be at his best at home, as to not add any more agony to Arsene Wenger as he makes his managerial exit.
Aaron Ramsey, ARS v. WHU (€6M): Ramsey has returned to training after dealing with a shin injury, and if he's back in the starting XI he's a top midfield play at this price. We can all make predictions on what Wenger will do ahead of the Europa League semi-final, but just be sure to confirm starting lineups before locking Ramsey in.
Kyle Walker, MCI v. SWA (€9M): Walker is at the height of his career after clinching the Premier League title, and he'll look to finish the season strongly as Manchester City look to break the record for most points in a season. He's averaging over 12 fantasy points per game this term, making him one of the top pound-for-pound defenders on the board.
Nacho Monreal, ARS v. WHU (€8M): Monreal has hit 13 points in each of his last two appearances and is just too cheap if he stays in the starting lineup. He shoots up and down the wing like an animal just released from his cage. and he's got the ability to earn both attacking and defensive points.
Hector Bellerin, ARS v. WHU (€7M): There's value to be had on the Arsenal backline, with both regular outside backs in play if they start. And if they don't? We'll probably have the chance to deploy a minimum priced Arsenal defender who we haven't even heard a whisper about all season.
Claudio Bravo, MCI v. SWA (€3M): Manchester City have locked up the Premier League title, but Bravo still needs to make four more appearances to be considered part of the squad and win a medal. I'd feel better if he were playing in the early game, as only manager Pep Guardiola holds the key to who starts.