UF Best Selections Gameweek 36 Premier League UltimateFan

The UF Team name their top tips ahead of this weekend’s Premier League contest

The 2022/23 Premier League season heads into its final games, with only three gameweeks remaining this term in UltimateFan.

With 10 fixtures scheduled across the weekend, we have dived through the stats to pick out a few potential King of the Week contenders for the upcoming contest.

Here are the UF Best Selections for Gameweek 36.

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BRUNO FERNANDES – Manchester United (v Wolves – H)

With their top four hopes on the line, Manchester United aim to bounce back to winning ways when Wolves head up north this weekend.

Wolves have been awful on the road as of late, with their latest away trip seeing a 6-0 defeat at the hands of Brighton.

Despite getting back to winning ways against Aston Villa, they could well struggle at Old Trafford here.

With Rashford a serious doubt, Bruno Fernandes is likely to be the main attacking outlet for the Red Devils, which makes him of interest here.

The Portuguese midfielder already had 13 goal contributions to his name this term, and he could well add to that here.

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EBERECHI EZE – Crystal Palace (v Bournemouth – H)

With Premier League safety confirmed, Crystal Palace ease into the final three games of the season with a matchup against the near-enough safe Bournemouth.

The Cherries have been on a magnificent run of form as of late, drumming up three wins in their last five games to pull away from the relegation zone.

Palace have been in good form themselves, with the arrival of Roy Hodgson spurring the Eagles on to pick up 13 out of a possible 21 points in his seven games in charge.

Eberechi Eze has been a standout during that run, scoring four goals in his last six games for the Eagles.

The Palace prospect also scored in the reverse fixture against Bournemouth back in GW18, so he could well deliver another decent score for his users here.