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It’s time for Fantasy Premier League managers as we’ve arrived at the 38th and final game week of the season.

Mini-leagues around the world are settled through the ten games that take place simultaneously on Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m.

Here’s who we want to end the season with a bang …

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) | £ 7.7m

Aligning with teams with something to play for will be especially important for the defenders. Conceding goals can be difficult given the fact that we often see insane goal lines on the last day. It was Andy Robertson scooping up the points for Liverpool mid-week but Alexander-Arnold has been excellent lately.

Joe Willock (Newcastle) | £ 4.8m

How can you leave it out right now? Six goals in six games, a bargain price and a cheap game against relegated Fulham.

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Nicolas Pepe (Arsenal) £ 7.6m

Pepe’s has been steadily improving for Arsenal in the second half of the season and it feels like Mikel Arteta would like him to end the season at a high point in hopes of getting something like the player the Gunners thought they would have signed him to start next season.

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Sadio Mane (Liverpool) | £ 11.7m

Mo Salah will be the obvious choice of a Liverpool side that has to win to seal Champions League qualification, but Mane makes a difference for those looking to catch up late.

Patrick Bamford (Leeds) | £ 6.5m

Bamford has had a quiet couple of weeks but has bounced back in a big way against Southampton by the middle of the week and you sense that Leeds will be keen to put on a show on Elland Road.

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Mikhail Antonio (West Ham) £ 6.6m

Much like Bamford, the normally dependable Antonio has had a difficult few weeks but he found the net against West Brom and will now be desperate to fire the Hammers into Europe at home in Southampton.

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