Romelu Lukaku is suddenly relevant again in the fantasy world after recent starts and he's expected to close the season with a bang, near the top of the Fantrax rankings with a home matchup against Watford.
Tottenham can lock up fourth place with a win and they'll be a popular place to look for FPL captaincy, playing already-relegated Norwich City in the final weekend of the Premier League season.
Crystal Palace are away from home for both of their matches in Gameweek 37, but that won't stop Wilfried Zaha and company from racking up stats, leading to a higher than normal ranking at Fantrax.
Everton have two favorable home matches in Gameweek 37 and their players have some of their highest rankings of the season, including Richarlison who has been starting up front.
Everton players are a little higher than usual in this week's Fantrax rankings, thanks to winnable matches against Leicester City and Watford in Gameweek 36.
Mason Mount is playing almost every minute for Chelsea when healthy and figures to be a top FPL captain option with matches against Wolverhampton and Leeds United in Gameweek 36.
Tottenham have lost their form over their last two matches, but Harry Kane has a good chance to hit the back of the net in Gameweek 35 against Leicester City and he's creeping up the Fantrax rankings.
Manchester City are once again expected to rotate for the weekend Premier League match, which means Jack Grealish could be set for another start, pointing to a top-five spot in the FPL rankings.
Cristiano Ronaldo has a heavy heart following the passing away of his baby boy, but he's expected to revive the squad following an embarrassing loss midweek and two matches for Gameweek 34 should help.
Chelsea are one of two teams with two matches in Gameeweek 34 and they lead the Fantasy Premier League rankings, highlighted by an in-form Mason Mount and Kai Havertz.
Newcastle are favored for two home matches in Gameweek 33 and as long as Allan Saint-Maximin and his teammates can stay fit, they figure to be a top options at Fantrax.
Bruno Fernandes and Manchester United disappointed last week, but they have a chance to rebound in Gameweek 33 with two matches, highlighted by a home contest against Norwich.
Tottenham are closing the season in fine form, which means Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min are near the top of the Fantrax rankings for Gameweek 32, even in a trip to Aston Villa.
Bruno Fernandes is back atop the Fantasy Premier League charts for Gameweek 32, helped by a matchup against a troubled Everton back line.
Liverpool only have one match in Gameweek 31, but their forwards still lead the Fantrax charts at home against Watford, even if Mohamed Salah doesn't start because of injury.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin will hope to breakthrough from his scoring drought, as Everton are one of two Premier League teams to have two matches in Gameweek 31.
It's a small gameweek and with Tottenham home against West Ham, Harry Kane will surely lead Fantrax players to victory given the club's recent form in front of net.
Leicester are home against Brentford and players like James Maddison will be popular for captaincy, as they lead the Gameweek 30 FPL rankings which features only four matches.
It's yet another spot to captain Mohamed Salah for FPL, as Liverpool lead Gameweek 29 with two matches, though Harry Kane and company aren't far behind in the rankings.
It's another double gameweek for Liverpool which means their players are set to lead many teams to victory at Fantrax with the only question being playing time on a short week.
Leeds have a new manager, but that won't stop Raphinha from being one of the best Fantrax options in Gameweek 28, especially with two matches that should produce goals.
Unlike other players in the double gameweek, James Ward-Prowse is almost guaranteed a full 180 minutes and that's why he's near the top of the Gameweek 28 FPL rankings.
Sean Dyche has Burnley rolling heading into another double gameweek and that should mean more positive returns at Fantrax for Dwight McNeil and company.
Burnley are the only team with two matches in Gameweek 27 and for the first time all season, their players are near the top of the Fantasy Premier League rankings.
Liverpool are expected to dominate Gameweek 26 with two favorable matchups and unsurprisingly, all the major names are near the top of the Fantrax rankings.
Liverpool have a favorable double gameweek and will be the most popular team looked at for captaincy in Fantasy Premier League, if not triple captaincy.
David de Gea has been a menace in net of late and two home matches this gameweek will only increase his fantasy value for Fantrax users.
It's a double gameweek for Manchester United with two home matches and surely that means they'll find some goals for Fantasy Premier League players.
Bruno Fernandes found some form prior to the break and is expected to continue that positive run going into Gameweek 24 in a favorable trip to Burnley.
Kevin De Bruyne is getting more popular by the day at FPL and a matchup against Brentford following the winter break should only help, as he leads the Gameweek 24 rankings.