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Fantasy Premier League tips: FPL gameweek 36 scout - transfers, captains and differentials for blank

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We’re into the final weeks of the Premier League season which means fantasy football managers don’t have much time to make up any late ground in their own title races.

With this week’s action clashing with the FA Cup final, there are a few teams without games - so here’s who you should be looking to get in.

Trent Alexander-Arnold | Liverpool | £7.6m

The defender has looked back near his best in recent weeks and with Liverpool likely needing three wins out of three - starting against relegated West Brom - to qualify for the Champions League, there’ll be no let up or rotation from them in the final weeks of the season. He’’s on a personal mission to win back his England place, too.

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Lucas Digne | Everton | £6.2m

The Toffees defence is in decent nick, with three clean sheets in their last five games and they face bottom side Sheffield United this week, before taking on goal-shy Wolves in game week 37, with both matches at home.

Riyad Mahrez | Man City | £8.0m

The newly-crowned champions will surely be keen to put on a show against a Newcastle side now safe from relegation. Mahrez didn’t feature at all against Chelsea last week so expect him to return here.

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Gareth Bale | Tottenham | £9.2m

Bale looks determined to end this season with a flourish and has excelled so far under Ryan Mason. Spurs have appealing home fixtures in the next two game weeks.

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Chris Wood | Burnley | £6.4m

The Clarets striker is in terrific form, with five goals in his last three games and just one attacking blank in his last eight league appearances.

Danny Ings | Southampton | £8.4m

The Englishman scored twice on his return to the side against Crystal Palace in midweek and faces a Fulham side sure to be disheartened, having had their relegation confirmed on Monday.

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