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Live Match Chat Gameweek 37 FPL News

Live Match Chat Gameweek 37 FPL News

Live Match Chat Gameweek 37 FPL News

Welcome to Live Match Chat Gameweek 37 FPL News: We have finally arrived, the big double. We are not sure on this, but this could be the first time we have ever seen a DGW with at least one game for seven straight days. It is going to be pure excitement and what better way to kick off the double, on a Friday no less, than with two teams who have nothing to play for? We know, pretty exciting. Everton who are locked into 7th hosts Watford who are safe from the drop so as long they don’t concede an insane amount of goals in their last two games, and even then, they are probably still safe. That joy of a fixture is closely followed by The Baggies vs the soon to be champions Chelsea. Pulis and the gang will hopefully make an appearance from the retreat they have been at since late February to see the CFC lads awkwardly hug and kiss Conte as they clinch the title.

Saturday brings us five fixtures. We start with a lunch time affair between City and Leicester. City will be looking to leap frog LFC and get away from the hard chasing Gunners who are making a late charge for their 4th place trophy. That is followed by three 3pm matches. WARNING!! Even your missus will know that these games are sh*te. So just take some time and do what she wants done in this time slot. The Cherries and Burnley square off in what is known in FPL circles as “That game King plays in”… Boro plays their last home game before heading back to where they belong when Southampton visits, and Sunderland unfortunately have to play their games out and take the pitch vs a Swansea team sitting just outside the relegation zone. The late game has The Stokies looking to do us (and probably them) a favour and end Arsenal’s dreams of Champions League qualification.

Sunday has 3 fixtures in store. Palace tangle with Hull at lunch time, The Tigers will be desperate to take something from this as they continue their battle with Swansea for the last safe spot. That is followed by West Ham facing off against a Liverpool side who can almost taste the Champions League, similar to when they could almost taste the title in 13/14. The last fixture sees Spurs vs United, two teams who if results go as expected in the previous games really won’t have much to play for here.

Monday only carries one game. Chelsea and who knows what XI if they are already champions welcome in Watford as both teams complete their DGW.

Tuesday brings us two fixtures and the second game in the GW for all four teams also. Arsenal and hero Arsene Wenger host United legend David Moyes and the soon to be disappearing Black Cats. No worries though, Sunderland fans can rest easy knowing they will have a local team to still support in the Premier League as Newcastle make their way back. In the second fixture of the day City get West Brom, who if you were following earlier, you will already know are well and truly on vacation.

Wednesday also has one fixture. Saints tangle with Man United. The team sheet for this will be interesting to say the least. That is followed by the end of the game-week on Thursday when Spurs travel to Leicester.

Friday 12th May
Everton vs Watford

West Brom vs Chelsea

Saturday 13th May
Man City vs Leicester

Bournemouth vs Burnley
Middlesbrough vs Southampton
Sunderland vs Swansea

Stoke vs Arsenal

Sunday 14th May
Crystal Palace vs Hull

West Ham vs Liverpool

Spurs vs Man United

Monday 15th May
Chelsea vs Watford

Tuesday 16th May
Arsenal vs Sunderland

Man City vs West Brom

Wednesday 17th May
Southampton vs Man Utd

Thursday 18th May
Leicester vs Spurs

Keep track of all the action, the goals, the talking points, right here at FF247 Live Match Chat, an interactive chat which encourages you to keep involved and share your thoughts and emotions as the matches take place.

Good luck to absolutely everyone for GW37 from all at FF247!

Thanks for reading Live Match Chat Gameweek 37 FPL News. This article was written by FF247

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  1. 73
    DMC says:

    Ozil, from Alexis.

  2. 74
    Kruzcampo says:

    When is video refereeing going to come in? Crouchie with a fine punch but it should be stopped.

  3. 75
    Raziel says:

    The hand of Crouch. Helping the English hope survive.

    Alexis injured. Really bad sign.

  4. 76
    TheDreamers says:

    All the agonising about buying Holding :)

  5. 77
    Mitro says:

    not bad could have been a lot better!!

    • 77.1
      Milburn says:

      Mitro you’ve been complaining since yesterday and that’s your rank! Ha. Do u know how many ppl would kill to be in ur position mate

      • Neo says:

        Would’ve expected the likes of Raz and Mitro to ranked past 1 million for their rants :P

        Anyway, awesome job mate!

        • Milburn says:

          Tbf I suppose it doesn’t matter where u are, u always want to better yourself. For me it comes down to ML. OR is just s personal bonus

        • Neo says:

          Tbh very true, am ranked close to 800k due to a pathetic season but am still giving my all! How’s your week Milburn?

        • TheDreamers says:

          Your rank surprises me Neo. Would have thought you be in the top 200k minimum.

          What do you think happened?

        • inittowinit says:

          Dreamers he’s not in work now mate ;) He doesn’t need an appraisal :D

        • Neo says:

          I’ve been trying to reflect on that Dreamers because I reckon that I’m a decent FPL player myself.

          The biggest transition came around GW 11 when Sanchez had a scare with a ‘torn achilles’. Because of that, I switched over to Hazard for a couple of weeks and missed that big GW in 14 when he scored a hat trick. Then I had 6-7 weeks ranked at 2 million or so as I just went crazy, decided to chase after the previous weeks’ points and did transfers I never had to make.

          The biggest takeaway this season for me, however, is that taking hits and going with your guts are sometimes necessary. For the first 2 seasons that I played, which I ranked pretty ok in 40k and 30k, I made transfers based on my observations, took the occasional chance and built up a strong TV. This season, I became so much more conscious of taking hits as the mantra has been that the best players are tight with their transfers. As such, I missed out on so many of the bandwagons that I called and advised my friends to go for e.g. Son in the recent few weeks before Kane was back.

          Sorry for the long rant, but more of a reflection as I strive for top 10k next season :)

        • Milburn says:

          Sorry Neo and Mitro. I’ve been fairly fortunate with players I have and the popular FPL players others have. My ML is so tight, between 3, but I was 137 points off top in feb. Somehow I’ve clawed it back and overall this week the points have slightly benefited me to stay top but there’s still so many to play for I’m not getting carried away, just happy to still be in contention and hopefully retain the lead I’ve had for the last 5 years (man needs a new plasma!!!)

        • TheDreamers says:

          Hi Init – was conscious of the wording. u know what I meant :)

      • Mitro says:


        I just want to beat my rival and win my ML!

  6. 78
    Neo says:

    Bloody FPL… Was so mad about Stephens, Gabbi and Holgate missing out and then it got me excited with double Arsenal CS until Crouch scored and then mad because Arsenal is closing in on Liverpool but am somewhat happy because I have 74 after BPS

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