The Premier League season is almost over, which means you don’t have much time left to earn those precious FPL points.

With a tight deadline for the Fantasy Premier League of 6:30 p.m. ET tonight due to another game on Friday night, here are some of the players, transfers, captains and differences to consider …

Marcos Alonso | Chelsea | £ 5.7m

The Spaniard was brought back from the cold by Thomas Tuchel, but now plays second fiddle to Ben Chilwell. However, the English left-back played against West Ham as well as Real Madrid and next week with the Champions Leaue semifinals in the semifinals. Alonso is therefore almost certain that he will play this London derby with a good chance of conceding a goal and an attacking return.

Allan Saint-Maximin | Newcastle | £ 5.1m


Under normal circumstances, you might not choose a Newcastle midfielder against Arsenal – but these are unusual times. The Magpies are in good shape, picking up eight points from their last four games against Spurs, Burnley, West Ham and Liverpool.

Arsenal are in bad shape and will have to secure a Europa League semi-final against VIllarreal next week. So the Gunners are likely to be there for them when they rest key players at St. James’ Park – and Saint-Maximin has the knack for getting a seedy Arsenal defense into trouble.

Bruno Fernandes | Man Utd | £ 11.5m

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Many managers will consider selling the Manchester United star given its price, a barren run in front of goal and a tough game against Liverpool on Sunday.

However, the Portuguese scored two goals and supported two more goals in AS Roma’s 6-2 win on Thursday evening. Fernandes has already scored a goal against Liverpool at Old Trafford in the 3-2 FA Cup win this season.


Matheus Pereira | West Brom | £ 5.5m

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The Baggies may have left too late to avoid relegation but Pereira gives them a chance to fight. The West Brom star is in sensational form with 42 points in his last four weeks of play and faces a team of Wolves who lost 4-0 at home to Burnley. Not necessarily a differential pick, but a cheap option even if it’s empty.

Harry Kane | Tottenham | £ 11.8m

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Picking the Premier League top scorer isn’t exactly a wild FPL tip, but Tottenham will be injured after losing the Carabao Cup final and will play a home game against Sheffield United this weekend – exactly what Spurs (and Kane) Take the frustrations of a bad season out with a few goals.


Kelechi Iheanacho | Leicester | £ 6.2m

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You simply cannot ignore Iheanacho in this form and at this price. The Foxes forward has made an offensive return in his last three league games – and five of his last seven in the top division. He played Southampton in the FA Cup semi-finals and faces the Saints again this weekend – can you afford not to have him?

Mason Greenwood | Man Utd | £ 7.1m

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Not the cheapest differential pick, but Greenwood have had double-digit moves in two of their last three weeks of play and came off the bench to score against Roma. Marcus Rashford looked tired and unsuitable on the right flank that night, leaving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer upset and starting the youngster against Liverpool.

Raheem Sterling | Man City | £ 11.1m

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The English striker has fallen out of favor with Pep Guardiola in recent weeks and represents an expensive risk with no guaranteed start.

In a busy week for City – with Carabao Cup final and Champions League semi-final wins against Spurs and PSG – Guardiola used largely the same players. Sterling will be fresh and it would be a shock if he didn’t start at Crystal Palace – and City could meet some at Selhurst Park.