Just 5 Fantasy Premier League gameweeks remaining. Gameweek 34 is the prelude to a bumper 14 fixture Gameweek 35.
FPL Gameweek 34 Tips
As Gameweek 33 only had 6 fixtures it was unsurprising to see the average points for the gameweek take a dive.
Despite Liverpool being away from home, Sadio Mane was the most transferred in player. He disappointed those who did transfer him in however, after returning just a single point.
The most captained player was always going to be Mohamed Salah. While he did return 6 points, FPL managers will have been disappointed they didn’t go with Eden Hazard at home to West Ham. The Belgian scored twice to return a massive 16 points.
Elsewhere, Jamie Vardy also scored 16 points after two goals and an assist against Huddersfield.
Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 33 overview!— FPL Fantasy Football (@FantasyFPundit) April 11, 2019
? Average points: 36
? Highest points: 130
? Most transferred in: Sadio Mane
⭐️ Most captained: Mohamed Salah
? Star player: Jamie Vardy#FPL pic.twitter.com/IQyxk8iSIa
FPL Gameweek 34 Fixtures
Here is our Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 34 cheat sheet.
|Fixture||Home Win||Draw||Away Win||Home Clean Sheet||Away Clean Sheet||Most Likely To Score|
|Brighton vs Bournemouth||43%||30%||27%||35%||26%||Glenn Murray|
|Burnley vs Cardiff||52%||28%||20%||40%||23%||Ashley Barnes|
|Crystal Palace vs Man City||9%||17%||74%||10%||51%||Sergio Aguero|
|Fulham vs Everton||20%||25%||55%||17%||36%||Richarlison|
|Leicester vs Newcastle||60%||25%||15%||44%||18%||Jamie Vardy|
|Liverpool vs Chelsea||59%||24%||17%||40%||17%||Mohamed Salah|
|Man Utd vs West Ham||71%||18%||11%||43%||10%||Romelu Lukaku|
|Southampton vs Wolves||38%||30%||32%||36%||31%||Danny Ings|
|Tottenham vs Huddersfield||81%||14%||5%||54%||8%||Heung Min Son|
|Watford vs Arsenal||30%||26%||44%||20%||26%||Pierre Aubameyang|
|Brighton vs Cardiff||52%||29%||19%||46%||26%||Glenn Murray|
Gameweek 34 Captain Choice
There an array of captains to choose from for Gameweek 34 but with Brighton having two home fixtures, there might not be any need to look further than them.
Attacking wise Glenn Murray is the obvious candidate. While he is by no means prolific, having scored once in the last 7, he does perform better at home. Furthermore, he is on penalties.
Brighton are have been known for their defensive strength with the partnership of Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy at the back. However, the pair have kept just two clean sheets in the last 11 league fixtures. This is distorted by their comparatively poor away form though. As a result, especially for those who need a differential, a Brighton defender could be the way to go.
Elsewhere, with Harry Kane injured, Heung Min Son will likely assume striker duties (or somewhere close) against bottom of the table Huddersfield. Son has already scored twice at Tottenham’s new stadium and is odds on to add another.
The champions cannot be ignored either. They have already scored 83 goals in the Premier League this season and travel to Crystal Palace in Gameweek 34. Palace beat them in the reverse fixture 3-2.
Sergio Aguero is always an ideal captain but there is a chance Jesus will retain his Premier League starting spot with Man City needing a big performance against Tottenham in the Champions League.