Fantasy Premier League: Five players to consider for Gameweek 34

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The end of the Premier League season is nearing, meaning every point counts for your FPL team. Do you have to take minus points to bring people in for this double gameweek or have you planned ahead and your team is looking good.

If you are delaying your free transfers until the last minutes, we have five suggestions for you to add into your teams ahead of next week.

Michael Antonio

After picking up two goals and three bonus points last night on his return from injury, Michael Antonio will be in the thoughts of many FPL managers once again. Picking up 4.7 points per match, second only to Jesse Lingard for West Ham this season, Antonio will look to elevate the club back into the Champions League spots at the end of the season. Also, valued at just 6.4 million, he is one of the cheaper strikers to add into your team.

Nat Phillips

After the postponement of Liverpool’s match at Old Trafford on Sunday, the Merseyside club still have five Premier League fixtures remaining with four of those ranked 2 in terms of FDR ranking (Fixture Difficulty Ranking). After being announced in the line-up for Sunday’s match, Nat Phillips is one of the cheapest defenders on FPL and could pick up easy clean sheet points for your teams allowing you to spend more money on your attacking options.

Gareth Bale

Spurs’ Welsh wizard is likely to be one on the most transferred players this week after his fantastic hat-trick against Sheffield United last Sunday. Picking up 21 points, including three bonus points, was Bale’s highest tally of the season so far and with a trip to Elland Road next up, an open game is likely giving the likes of Heung Min-Son and Bale space to run into for plenty of attacking returns. With the two midlands clubs of Wolves and Aston Villa up next at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, Bale could be a perfect option for your team beyond gameweek 34.


Vicente Guaita

A risky one this. Crystal Palace have only picked up seven clean sheets in 34 games but have some nice fixtures in the next two weeks so it could be a decent temporary signing. The Eagles have Sheffield United (A), Southampton (A) and Aston Villa (H) in the next two gameweeks followed by Arsenal (H) so it could be worth a punt on Crystal Palace’s number one.

Stuart Dallas

Stuart Dallas has been an FPL manager’s dream this season: placed as a defender but played in midfield and at full-back. Picking up attacking returns and clean sheets has elevated Dallas to ninth in total points and the highest-ranking defender with 149 points. After their match against Spurs, Leeds play three games with a FDR ranking of 2: Burnley (A), Southampton (A) and West Brom (H). Burnley and West Brom are in the bottom four in terms of goals scored, with the Baggies have also conceding the most goals in the division. Southampton have also conceded the third-most goals meaning Dallas has a strong chance of clean sheets and attacking returns in his final three fixtures.

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