With fans returning to the stands for Gameweek 37, I'm planning on backing one of the home teams with the captaincy.
Given Tottenham Hotspur are in the hunt for a UEFA Europa League spot, and with Harry Kane (£11.8m) chasing his third Golden Boot, I'll hand him the armband this week.
It's a battle of the big-hitters this week where Bruno Fernandes (£11.4m), Kane and Mohamed Salah (£12.8m) are all good options. At the moment I'm on Salah, particularly if Nick Pope (£5.5m) is injured because Burnley have been pretty porous of late.
Salah, Fernandes and Kane are all good options this week. Kane and Salah are leading the Golden Boot race and Fernandes will be playing in front of fans for the first time this season.
If Leeds United can score four at Turf Moor, I'm backing Liverpool and my captain Salah to do well this week.
I might try a risky Riyad Mahrez (£8.1m) pick with Kane as a solid vice, should Mahrez play no part.
We're at the time of year when predicting line-ups is the biggest challenge. On the face of it, Fernandes would be my pick but Manchester United don't have much reason to play him ahead of the UEFA Europa League final.
Liverpool, on the other hand, have every reason to start Salah against Burnley, so he's my choice.
I think I'll go with Salah. He has taken more shots inside the box than any player over the last six Gameweeks and Burnley looked far from solid at the back in Gameweek 36.
It's hard to look past Salah based on Burnley’s poor home form. Fernandes and Kane are also good candidates.
Both Salah and Kane will be motivated in the race for the Golden Boot and will be trying to score as many goals as possible. For me, Salah gets the armband due to the superior fixture.
Part 1: GW37 Captains: Golden Boot race inspiring Salah and Kane
Part 3: GW37 Kings to watch: Shaw creativity will trouble Fulham
Part 4: GW37 Differentials: Rodrigo to extend goal run
Part 5: Scout Selection: Antonio leads the line
Remember, the Gameweek 37 deadline is at 16:30 BST on Tuesday 18 May.