The Scout’s verdict for the penultimate Fantasy Premier League gameweek of the term is in before City’s trips to the capital.

Pep Guardiola’s side visit Fulham for a 12:30 (UK) kick-off on Saturday 11 May with the aim of returning to the division’s summit with three points.

The fixture represents the second time we will have locked horns with Marco Silva’s side this term following our superb 5-1 success at the Etihad Stadium in September’s reverse fixture.

On that occasion, an Erling Haaland hat-trick alongside strikes from Julian Alvarez and Nathan Ake secured the win.


Following our meeting with the Cottagers, we then travel to Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday 14 May for a 20:00 (UK) kick-off.

At the business end of the campaign, there are precious FPL points up for grabs – with that in mind, read our latest Scout Report ahead of Saturday 11 May’s 11:00 (UK) deadline.


Josko Gvardiol (£5.1m) can bring Fantasy Premier League managers more points in Double Gameweek 37 when City visit Fulham and Tottenham Hotspur.

The Croatia international has been a regular starter in recent weeks and has returned a goal or assist in his last four appearances.

No defender has been able to match either those four attacking returns or the 39 points he has amassed over the last four FPL matches.

The centre-back netted against Luton and Nottingham Forest in Gameweek 33 and Gameweek 35 for double-digit returns and since Gameweek 33 has averaged 9.8 points per start which ranks him top among defenders.

Gvardiol next travels to Fulham, who have mustered one home point out of a possible nine, and Spurs, who have lost four on the bounce.


Rodrigo Muniz (£4.4m) is Fulham’s dangerman. Since Gameweek 23, only three forwards have produced more FPL points than the Brazilian.


Elsewhere, Chelsea’s Noni Madueke (£5.3m) and Newcastle’s Callum Wilson (£7.8m) are low-owned assets who have good fixtures in Gameweek 37.

Madueke has registered two double-digit returns in his last three matches with two goals, two assists and five bonus points in that period. 

Wilson now has back-to-back returns and made his first start since Gameweek 24 in Gameweek 36.