Saturday May 16
Southampton v Aston Villa
12.45pm BST, St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton
Southampton were beaten by Leicester last week and look determined to do all they can to avoid Europa League football next season. They have only taken one point in their last four games, but they are still only one point off sixth place. Despite their recent poor results they have taken 10 points from their last four home games with only Chelsea having a better defensive record at home.
In their current form it's hard to see any Southampton players to recommend to fantasy managers.
Villa won at home to West Ham last week, but they still have a slight chance of going down if they lose their last two games. They have won three of their last four games though and the chances are they already have enough points to stay up. Only Leicester and QPR have lost more away games than Villa and no other team has scored less goals away from home.
Christian Benteke, Tom Cleverley and Jack Grealish have all done the business recently for fantasy managers.
I think this will be a very close game and could go either way with a draw probably the likely outcome.
Burnley v Stoke City
3pm BST, Turf Moor, Burnley
Burnley won away to Hull last week, but it wasn't enough to save them as other results meant they were relegated. That win was their first one in seven games and they have only scored two goals in their last 10 games. They have taken less points and scored less goals at home than any other team so far this season.
I can't see any Burnley players fantasy managers should be interested in for the next two weeks.
Stoke had a good win at home to Spurs last week and will be guaranteed a top half finish if they get one point from their last two games. That win was only their second one in eight games and it was their first clean sheet in eight games too. They have only won five of their 18 away games and they're the lowest scorers away from home in the top 12 teams.
Charlie Adam has been the Stoke player to have for fantasy managers in recent weeks.
Stoke don't win away from home too often, but I think they will take the three points in this game.
Queens Park Rangers v Newcastle United
3pm BST, Loftus Road, London
QPR were relegated with a whimper last week when they lost 6-0 away to City. They have only taken one point and scored one goal in their last four games and the chances are they will finish bottom of the league. They have only taken three points in their last nine home games and they failed to score in five of those games.
QPR haven't done well in recent weeks, but Matt Phillips has been the player most likely to make a difference for fantasy managers in their team.
Newcastle got a very important point at home to West Brom last week and they still have a two point cushion in the relegation battle. That was their first point in nine games and they failed to score in five of those games too. They have only won three of their 18 away games with only QPR conceding more goals away from home.
I can't see any Newcastle players to recommend to fantasy managers for the rest of the season.
QPR only have their pride to play for and Newcastle desperately need something from this game, but I think the spoils might just be shared.
Tottenham Hotspur v Hull City
3pm BST, White Hart Lane, London
Spurs put up a very poor show when they lost 3-0 away to Stoke last week and they could still miss out on Europa League football for next season. They have only won once in their last six games and they failed to score in four of those games. No other team in the top half of the table has lost more games or conceded more goals at home.
None of the Spurs players have made any sort of impression for fantasy managers for a few weeks now.
Hull lost at home to Burnley last week and are in desperate trouble with only two games left to play. Only a couple of weeks ago Hull looked like they had what it took to stay up, but defeats in their last two games changed that. They have only won three of their 18 away games and have struggled to score goals away from home too.
I can't see any Hull players to remotely interest fantasy managers.
Both teams need to win this game, but I think Spurs will be the ones to come out on top.
Sunderland v Leicester City
3pm BST, Stadium of Light, Sunderland
Sunderland got a very important win away to Everton last week and another win in this game will probably see them safe from relegation for another season. They have taken 10 points from their last five games and have scored in each of those games too. They have only won four of their 18 home games with only Burnley scoring less goals at home.
Sunderland play twice this week which makes players such as Jordi Gomez, Conor Wickham and Jermaine Defoe worth considering for fantasy managers.
Leicester had a very good win at home to Southampton last week and will be as good as safe if they win this game. They have won six of their last seven games and scored 14 goals in those games whilst only conceding six goals. They have lost 12 of their 18 away games though with only QPR losing more games away from home.
Jamie Vardy has done well for fantasy managers recently and so have the Leicester defenders as well as Casper Schmeichel.
It's not easy to predict how this game is going to go, but I think a draw would be a good result for both teams and could be what we get.
West Ham United v Everton
3pm BST, Upton Park, London
West Ham were beaten by Villa last week as their miserable second half of the season continued. They have only won twice in their last 14 games and they failed to score in half of those games. They have only lost five of their 18 home games and only five other teams have conceded less goals at home.
I can't see any West Ham players to recommend to fantasy managers.
Everton were beaten at home by Sunderland last week and need to get a result from this game to have a chance of finishing in the top half of the table. They have lost their last two games to struggling teams after doing so well in the previous six games. They have only won four of their 18 away games and have only won once in the last six on the road.
Everton defenders had been doing well for fantasy managers recently, but the last two weeks haven't been the best for them.
There might not be too much riding on this game which could see it end with the spoils shared.
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
5.30pm BST, Anfield, Liverpool
Liverpool could only draw away to Chelsea last week and their hopes of a top four finish ended with that result. They have only won twice in their last seven games and they only scored seven goals in those games. They have won 10 of their 18 home games, but all of the teams who are above them have won more, scored more and conceded less at home.
Liverpool players haven't done too well for fantasy managers recently, but what are the chances of Steven Gerrard doing well in his last home game for them.
Palace were more than a little unlucky to lose at home to United last week and they face another tough task in this game. They have lost their last four games after doing well for so long before those games. They have only lost six of their 18 away games with only four other teams scoring more goals away from home.
Palace players haven't done well for fantasy managers in their last four games and it's probably best to avoid them.
I think Liverpool will have enough to give Gerrard the send off he wants by taking the three points.
Sunday May 17
Swansea City v Manchester City
1.30pm BST, Liberty Stadium, Swansea
Swansea had a very good win away to Arsenal on Monday night and they have a chance of finishing as high as sixth. They have taken 16 points from their last seven games to put real pressure on both Spurs and Southampton. They have only won half of their 18 home games with all of the teams above them and two of those below them scoring more goals at home.
Jonjo Shelvey has been the best of the Swansea players recently, but Bafetimbi Gomis doesn't look like a bad option either once he's fit to play.
City strolled to a 6-0 win at home to QPR last week and made themselves favourites to finish second. They have won their last four games in which they have scored 12 goals and only conceded two. Only Chelsea and Arsenal have won more games away from home and City are the top scorers on the road.
Sergio Aguero is again in fine form for fantasy managers while both David Silva and Aleksandar Kolarov have been very good too.
Both teams will want to win this game, but I think City might just get the better of their hosts.
Manchester United v Arsenal
4pm BST, Old Trafford, Manchester
United got back to winning ways with a hard fought 2-1 victory away to Palace last week. They had lost their previous three games and failed to score in all of them and they need to win this game to keep their hopes of finishing third alive. No other team has won more games at home than United and only City have scored more on their own patch.
Ashley Young has looked good for fantasy managers recently while Wayne Rooney has a habit of scoring against Arsenal.
Arsenal were beaten by a sucker punch at home to Swansea on Monday night and they need to get something from this game or they will drop back to fourth place. That defeat was their first in 11 league games and they have failed to score in two of their last three games. Only Chelsea have won more away games while only Chelsea and City have scored more goals on the road.
Alexis Sanchez, Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla had all done well recently for fantasy managers and Arsenal play twice this week.
This looks like it will be a very close game and I think Arsenal will win at United for the second time this season.
Monday March 18
West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea
8pm BST, The Hawthorns, Birmingham
West Brom drew away to Newcastle last week and they have nothing in particular left to play for this season. They're unbeaten in their last four games and that Newcastle goal was the only one they conceded in those games. They have only won six of their 18 home games and only three other teams have conceded more goals at home.
West Brom defenders have done well for fantasy managers recently, but they might not be the best option in this game.
Chelsea could only draw at home to Liverpool last week, but they are the champions for the first time in five years. They're unbeaten in the league since New Year's Day with 38 points from 16 games in that time. They have won more games and scored more goals on the road than any other team with only Southampton conceding less goals away from home.
Eden Hazard has been the outstanding Chelsea player for fantasy managers with their defenders and Cesc Fabregas all doing well too.
I think West Brom will give Chelsea a run for their money, but Chelsea will probably win by the odd goal.
Wednesday May 20
Arsenal v Sunderland
7.45pm BST, Emirates Stadium, London
Arsenal play their second match of the week and their game in hand and they will want a win as they build towards the FA Cup final. They have failed to score in their last two home games for the first time in over four years, but if they haven't lost away to United on Sunday they could tie up third place at worst in this game. They have won 11 of their 17 home games with only the two Manchester clubs scoring more goals at home.
With two games this week more or less all of the Arsenal players are at a premium for fantasy managers.
Sunderland are just above the drop zone, but they could be safe before this game if results go their way at the weekend. They had a great finish to last season to escape the drop and they look likely to do the same this season. They have only won three of their 17 away games, but they have more away draws than any other team.
Sunderland players are good fantasy buys this week too with two games, but it's not easy to know which ones to opt for.
I think Arsenal should be too strong at home for Sunderland and should win by a couple of goals at least.
That's it for this week.
See you next week.