Find out who the Scout is backing for Fantasy Premier League success in our final match of the campaign.

Pep Guardiola‘s men face West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday 19 May, with kick-off set for 16:00 (UK).

City head into the tie two points clear of Arsenal in the race for top spot, and know a win would be enough to guarantee a fourth successive top flight title.

Should we get that all-important three points, then we would become the first side in men’s English football history to be crowned champions four years in a row.

Standing in our way are a West Ham United side looking to end the David Moyes era on a high, having won their last match 3-1 against Luton Town.

It promises to be another exciting end to the campaign, and the Scout has provided the lowdown on who they expect to pick up the FPL points.

Read the latest FPL Scout Report below...


Phil Foden (£8.5m) is enjoying his most productive Fantasy Premier League season and he can finish with a flourish in Gameweek 38.

The England international has averaged a total of138 points over the last three seasons, but he is already on 215 points with one match remaining.

The midfielder has returned in four of his last five matches, returning 52 points. In this period, he averages 10.4 points a start – only Erling Haaland (£14.2m) has a better return ratio of the regularly starting assets in the game.

Foden has 17 goals and eight assists this season and faces a West Ham team who have conceded 15 goals in their last four away matches. He also scored in this fixture last season.


Jarrod Bowen (£7.6m) is West Ham’s dangerman. The midfielder has hit the woodwork four times in the last two matches.


Elsewhere, Crystal Palace’s Jean-Philippe Mateta (£5.0m) and Liverpool’s Cody Gakpo (£7.0m) are low-owned assets who have good fixtures in Gameweek 38.

Mateta has scored in all six home appearances under Glasner, amassing 54 points from eight goals and an assist.

Gakpo has returned in back-to-back matches for Liverpool and faces a Wolves team without a clean sheet in their last 11 matches.