Chelsea News: Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW34

Chelsea News: Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW34


 Every Premier League team is back in action this weekend after a reduced fixture list saw just six matches take place in GW33  Both Cardiff and Brighton also boast two games so Fantasy Premier League managers will be looking to take advantage and earn a bumper points haul  Liverpool take on Chelsea in the headline clash of the weekend while Manchester United host West Ham and Arsenal travel to Watford  Manchester City are away at Crystal Palace and Everton are hunting a fourth consecutive victory at Fulham – so who will you sign and sell ahead of GW34?Fantasy Premier League tips GW34 GKP: Mat Ryan (Brighton & Hove Albion) – £4 4m Home matches against Bournemouth and Cardiff will have managers scrabbling for Brighton assets and Ryan is one of the stand-out candidates  DEF: Jan Bednarek (Southampton) – £4.0m One of the cheapest starting defenders and an investment for the long-term with Southampton enjoying an inviting run-in  DEF: Joe Gomez (Liverpool) – £4.8m Maybe not an instant starter with Gomez only recently back in training after a serious knee injury, but the youngster is a good makeweight in Wildcard squads and should reclaim his spot soon  DEF: Kurt Zouma (Everton) – £5.0m The Toffees have won three consecutive victories without conceding a goal, while Zouma also hit the target at the other end against West Ham  Another clean sheet should be on the cards against Fulham. MID: Victor Camarasa (Cardiff City) – £4 5m The Bluebirds enjoy two matches against Burnley and Brighton this week, while Camerasa has two goals in his last three games  MID: Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) –  £7.6m Rested last time out against Cardiff but should come back into the side as City look to see off Crystal Palace  MID: Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – £11.1m The stand-out player for Chelsea against West Ham, scoring a sublime goal and going close on several more occasions  If anyone can halt Liverpool, it’s Hazard. FWD: Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) – £9 4m A rare blip last time out as Arsenal failed to trouble Everton, but Lacazette has recently established himself as first choice at the Emirates  The Frenchman has scored or assisted in nine of his last 12 matches and is expected to cause Watford problems  FWD: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – £9.1m Eight in his last eight with the Foxes frontman flourishing under Brendan Rodgers and expected to add to that tally when his side host Newcastle  FWD: Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – £12.5m Without a goal in his last two league matches but the premium forward with the most enticing run-in starting at home to Huddersfield.

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