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Best FPL DGW34 Free Hit Team

FPL gameweek 34 is yet another double gameweek, so it might be viable to play your Free Hit chip.

With 6 teams playing twice, including both Manchester clubs, there are plenty of options to fill your team entirely with doublers.

Here is the best possible lineup.


  • Price: £5.4m
  • Picked by: 14%
  • Fixtures: Fulham (a) + West Ham (H)

With the lowest xGA in this league and clean sheet chances of 54% and 55%, a City defender is crucial in DGW34.

The task is picking one that is expected to start, and Ederson is the most nailed, starting every game in the league this season.

He has conceded the second-fewest goals per 90 (0.9) and kept 10 clean sheets (6th most).

City play Fulham and West Ham, which are two fixtures they’re strong favourites for.

Trent Alexander-Arnold

  • Price: £7.5m
  • Picked by: 24%
  • Fixtures: Spurs (H) + Fulham (H)

By now we know how good of an FPL asset Alexander-Arnold is, providing 9 assists (6th most) and having the third highest xA (10.7) – all from right-back.

These numbers have been achieved through elite creative play, producing 60 key passes (9th most), 65 passes into the box (fourth most), and the second most successful crosses into the box (22).

Liverpool face Spurs and Fulham in the double gameweek, both at home.

At Anfield they’re usually the dominant team, conceding the third-fewest goals at home (13), as well as losing only once.

John Stones

  • Price: £5.5m
  • Picked by: 5%
  • Fixtures: Fulham (a) + West Ham (H)

Doubling up on City’s defence is a good option, and Stones is arguably their best defender and the one who looks to be the most nailed after Ederson.

He is good in both boxes, scoring two and assisting two, which is more than any of his defensive colleagues at the club.

His versatility makes him more favourable too, being capable of playing in the centre and on the right of the defence.

Luke Shaw

  • Price: £5.1m
  • Picked by: 15%
  • Fixtures: Aston Villa (H) + Brighton (a)

With a big crisis of injuries at the back, Luke Shaw looks to be the most likely defender at United to start.

The team has only conceded 37 times this campaign, the fourth fewest. He also has four assists, more than any other United defender.

He has been playing at centre-back recently, which does decrease his attacking potential, but the full-backs are more likely to be rotated than him.

They do have two tough games, Villa at home and Brighton away, but United do have decent odds of a clean sheet in both (35% and 20%).

Pervis Estupinan

  • Price: £4.9m
  • Picked by: 13%
  • Fixtures: Wolves (H) + Man United (H)

Brighton have two home games this gameweek, including at home to Wolves, where they have a 46% chance of a clean sheet.

Estupinan is their best defensive asset. With 5 assists, the Ecuadorian is ranked 6th amongst defenders in the creativity index, producing 3.1 shot-creating actions per 90.

Playing at the Amex this campaign they’ve only conceded 14, the fourth fewest at home.

Mohamed Salah

  • Price: £13.0m
  • Picked by: 33%
  • Fixtures: Spurs (H) + Fulham (H)

Salah has 16 goals and 8 assists this season, proving his worth as one of the best FPL assets of all time.

The Egyptian’s xG is 17.9 (fourth highest), taking the second most shots (99) and hitting the target 40 times (fourth most).

This season his creativity has improved, with 17 goal-creating actions (fourth most) resulting in those 8 assists.

Liverpool are at home for both of their fixtures, averaging the fourth most points per game at home (2.3).

Furthermore, he has great records against both his DGW34 opponents.

Against Spurs, he has scored 10 in 17 matches, whilst scoring three in 5 against Fulham.

Cody Gakpo

  • Price: £7.7m
  • Picked by: 5%
  • Fixtures: Spurs (H) + Fulham (H)

Since signing from PSV in January, Gakpo has performed well for Liverpool.

The Dutchman has scored 6 times, averaging 0.5 goals per 90.

He has also scored 75% of his shots on target, which is the second highest rate in the league.

With Liverpool netting 14 times in their last four outings, picking two of their attackers is a good move this week.

Marcus Rashford

  • Price: £7.1m
  • Picked by: 39%
  • Fixtures: Aston Villa (H) + Brighton (a)

Rashford is enjoying a productive season, scoring 15 and assisting 5 goals.

With United having a double gameweek he becomes one of the most essential picks of the week.

He’s taken 79 shots overall, hitting the target with 36 (5th most).

With his opponents being Villa and Brighton, who are both excellent in out-of-possession and in-possession respectively, these appear to be challenging games.

However, Rashford has the ability to exploit both.

Kaoru Mitoma

  • Price: £5.6m
  • Picked by: 27%
  • Fixtures: Wolves (H) + Man United (H)

Two home fixtures in a double gameweek are attractive for any asset, especially when it’s a Brighton one.

Mitoma has the second most attacking returns in the Brighton team, scoring and assisting 7 goals each.

The Japanese winger gives every opposing full-back a nightmare with his pace and dribbling ability, producing 0.6 goal-creating actions per 90 (10th most).

Brighton are very good at creating chances, with an xG of 56.3 (fourth highest), so Brighton attackers are essential this week.

Solly March

  • Price: £5.3m
  • Picked by: 13%
  • Fixtures: Wolves (H) + Man United (H)

Many FPL players are torn between Mitoma and March, but why not have both?

March has the most attacking returns at Brighton ahead of Mitoma, with 6 goals and 10 assists.

He has an xA of 9.3 (6th highest), supplying 61 key passes (8th most), 130 shot-creating actions (6th most), and 14 goal-creating actions for his teammates (9th most).

Mac Allister is another Brighton midfield asset worth mentioning, who is a good alternative to March as he is on penalties and is their top scorer with 8 goals (5 from penalties).

Erling Haaland

  • Price: £12.3m
  • Picked by: 81%
  • Fixtures: Fulham (a) + West Ham (H)

Haaland is the league’s top scorer with 33 goals, breaking the record for most goals in a 38-game Premier League season.

The Norwegian has the third most shots per 90 (3.7) and the second-highest non-penalty xG per shot (0.2).

He is also on penalties, scoring 6 this term.

In an ideal scenario, Kevin De Bruyne would also be in this team, however, he is too expensive to include alongside the likes of Salah and Haaland.

With a double gameweek against Fulham and West Ham, Haaland is a no-brainer in this team.


  • Daniel Iversen – £3.8m
  • Vladimir Coufal – £4.0m
  • Julio Enciso – £4.6m
  • Sam Greenwood – £4.0m
NameTeamPositionPricePick %GW33 PointsOverall Score
EdersonMan CityGoalkeeper£5.4m14%2107
Trent Alexander-ArnoldLiverpoolDefender£7.5m24%5120
John StonesMan CityDefender£5.5m5%982
Luke ShawMan UnitedDefender£5.1m15%196
Pervis EstupinanBrightonDefender£4.8m13%190
Mohamed SalahLiverpoolMidfielder£13.0m33%2189
Cody GakpoLiverpoolMidfielder£7.7m5%1067
Marcus RashfordMan UnitedMidfielder£7.1m39%12186
Kaoru MitomaBrightonMidfielder£5.6m27%2116
Solly MarchBrightonMidfielder£5.3m13%5144
Erling HaalandMan CityForward£12.3m81%14241