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GW37+ Ones to watch: Wood to trouble Norwich again

By The Scout 18 Jul 2020

Burnley striker scored twice in previous meeting with the Canaries and is among five Ones to watch ahead of Saturday's 16:30 BST deadline

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A visit to relegated Norwich City boosts the appeal of Chris Wood (£6.1m) in Gameweek 37+ of Fantasy Premier League.

The Burnley striker enjoyed a successful last meeting with the Canaries, scoring twice to claim his season-high haul of 13 points in Gameweek 6.

And his aerial threat can expose Norwich's weakness in defending headed shots.

Daniel Farke's men have conceded 104 such attempts, the second-worst record in the Premier League.

Wood is among five Ones to watch named by The Scout ahead of Saturday's 16:30 BST deadline.

Chris Wood (BUR) £6.1m

The New Zealander has been involved in 52 per cent of Burnley's goals when selected this season, and returned to goalscoring form with a late penalty against Wolverhampton Wanderers in Gameweek 36+.

Harry Kane (TOT) £10.9m

Tottenham Hotspur's frontman is at home against Leicester City on the back of two goals and 12 points at Newcastle United in midweek.

Kane has a prolific record against the Foxes, scoring 12 goals in his nine Premier League meetings.

Matt Doherty (WOL) £6.5m

Four goals, seven assists and 11 clean sheets highlight the wing-back's multiple routes to points in FPL.

After being used as a substitute in midweek, Doherty will be fully refreshed as Wolverhampton Wanderers welcome Crystal Palace to Molineux.

Junior Stanislas (BOU) £5.8m

The winger's contribution could be vital for AFC Bournemouth's home encounter with Southampton.

Stanislas has scored against Manchester United and Leicester in the last four Gameweeks, totalling 22 points.

Pascal Gross (BHA) £6.2m

The Brighton & Hove Albion playmaker's delivery from dead-ball situations will pose major problems for his visitors, Newcastle.

The Magpies have conceded 165 shots from set-pieces, more than any other side.

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Part 2: GW37+ Differentials: McBurnie can extend home run
Part 3: GW37+ Captains: Back Martial at home
Part 4: Scout Selection: Fernandes among Man Utd triple-up

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