Fantasy Premier League: Tips, transfers and captains

Gameweek 34 begins on Friday night with Southampton vs Leicester and concludes on Monday with Burnley vs West Ham. Manchester City visit Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon, while Everton host Aston Villa later in the day at Goodison Park. Manchester United hosts Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon in the Gameweek 34 main event.

Llorente in?

Llorente is on the rosters of 0.2 percent of FPL teams. There is a huge opportunity for points here that many, many others will not have, and he has delivered during a difficult run for Marcelo Bielsa’s men.

The last six appearances have resulted in a total of 29 points on FPL, which is even more impressive given that Leeds faced Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Manchester United during that period.

Concerns about Leeds’ defence should not be as strong as they were in the first half of the season; Bielsa’s team is joint-seventh in clean sheets this season, and there is still time for more before the season ends.

Bruno out?

Bruno Fernandes has had a very average performance over the last seven game weeks. It could be a risky transfer, but given the cheaper and more in-form alternatives, it makes sense to move him out. In addition, Manchester will face Liverpool. Bruno’s record against the top six teams has been dismal, with 1 goal from the penalty spot and 0 assists.

His replacements can be, Heung Min-Son, Tottenham play Sheffield United, a fixture which can score points for the winger.  Another replacement option can be Matheus Pereira, who has been in great form, and is almost half the price of Bruno. This week sees West Brom take on rivals Wolves, a side who have really struggled in recent weeks.

Laslty, Chris Wood in?

A player in red hot form and one who is firmly a differential at this very late stage of the season. Chris Wood’s selection rate is 2.6% on FPL. He has six goals across his last six, that spell has also brought in three assists.

Who should I captain in Game-week 34?

The first player that comes to mind is Harry Kane. He has been in extraordinary form throughout the season, adding to the fact Tottenham play Sheffield. Mohamed Salah might be one to avoid just because Liverpool face Manchester. Also, considering recent form, Iheanacho might also be a good option as he has been in incredible form.

The deadline is approaching, what changes would you make?

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