The recent saga involving Virgil van Dijk, which is the Reds' latest public relations gaffe, is another humiliating situation for the Merseyside club. It comes at a terrible time as Liverpool need to have a productive summer transfer window.
Jose Mourinho got the Red Devils back into the Champions League, but it was another mundane season in the goal-scoring department, something which has been an issue for United since manager Sir Alex Ferguson left the club.
As the race for the final two top-four places in the English Premier League comes down to the final matchday of the season, which clubs actually deserve to represent the EPL next year in Europe's elite club competition?
With Liverpool and Arsenal installed as commanding favorites in must-win spots, their attackers should see plenty of ownership. That could leave Wayne Rooney and Manchester United's forwards underowned in a home date with Crystal Palace.
Despite the highest implied total on the slate, the Gunners face a Stoke defense that has been stingy against forwards, making their attackers a top target to avoid. What other players should we stay away from in Matchweek 37?
Joshua King is in dazzling form, scoring 11 goals over his last 13 matches, and he gets a matchup with Burnley's struggling defense. Which other high-priced players are in a good spot for Saturday's main slate?