There are only five rounds of the Premier League season remaining, leaving FPL managers with precious little time left to boost their overall rank.
The time for forward planning is over, as you have to cobble together a 15 with an eye on the final games of the campaign – including a potential double gameweek to come. To help you finish the season on a high, we’ve put together our tips for GW34 and beyond.
Don’t forget that you can get a more in-depth look at each match this weekend in our Premier League predictions.
Fantasy Football GW34 Fixture List
Friday, April 30
Southampton vs Leicester (Sky Sports)
Saturday, May 1
Crystal Palace vs Man City (BT Sport)
Brighton vs Leeds (Prime)
Chelsea vs Fulham (Sky Sports)
Everton vs Aston Villa (BT Sport)
Sunday, May 2
Newcastle vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Manchester United vs Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Tottenham vs Sheffield United (Sky Sports)
Monday, May 3
West Brom vs Wolves (Sky Sports)
Burnley vs West ham (Sky Sports)
Best Fantasy Football Team for GW34
Fantasy Football Transfer Tips this Week
Everton set for big finish
Everton still have six games to play, with a favourable run ahead in the final games of the season. They’ve impressed of late and the fact that they play Aston Villa, Sheffield United and Wolves in their next four suggests there are points available.
Seamus Coleman (£4.9million) is a brilliant budget option. The Irishman has come back to fitness and he’s delivered 17 points in his last three matches. Another man on his way back is Gylfi Sigurdsson (£6.9m). He’s owned by just 2.4% of FPL managers and he’s scored 21 points in his last three.
More options for the run-in
Wilfried Zaha (£7.1m) has a chance to make his mark in the final weeks of the season. He opened the scoring for Palace against Leicester last weekend and the Eagles have a good run to finish the season. Their toughest clash is this weekend, when they meet a Man City side who are set to rotate. That should allow Zaha a chance to shine.
With City making changes, we’re also looking at Gabriel Jesus (£9.2m) to get on the scoresheet. The striker has struggled for minutes in Pep Guardiola’s strikerless set up this season but with rotation likely expect that to change. Jesus still has 100 points to his name despite limited minutes so he should take whatever chance he gets.
Who to Captain in GW34
Leicester forward Kelechi Iheanacho has scored nine goals in his last seven league appearances. He chipped in with an assist in the last game against Crystal Palace, so the striker is consistently delivering for the Foxes.
When you consider the issues that Southampton have had at the back, there’s little reason for Iheanacho’s run to end here. The Nigerian scored the winner when Leicester beat the Saints at Wembley this month so we’re handing him the armband this week.
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