Captain Tips Gameweek 34 – Fantasy Premier League Tips

Another gameweek is well and truly upon us and once again it’s that time of the week where fantasy managers worldwide begin scratching their heads over who to trust with the armband.

As if the decision wasn’t hard enough, this gameweek a whole host of top quality players will feature in two fixtures, as fantasy football managers relish the dawn of another double gameweek, whilst other in-form players – who only have the one fixture – still look set to bring home commendable returns.

With the Premier League campaign drawing to a close, this weekend will no doubt make or break many mini-league seasons with most teams expected to break the 100 mark.

Here’s to hoping our Fantasy Premier League tips can lead you and your side to glory and bring you a wealth of those important green arrows!

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LOW RISK

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Eden Hazard vs ARS (A), LEI (A)

Chelsea have been without two of their main strikers in their last two fixtures and it appears as though Eden Hazard has assumed the responsibility of single-handedly bringing the Premier League trophy back to Stamford Bridge.

Based on Fantasy Premier League points he is by far the best player in the league and with a double gameweek we expect many of you will choose him as your captain this weekend.

Arsenal will be a stern test, but Mourinho’s record against Arsene Wenger speaks for itself, and after Hazard helped Chelsea overcome Manchester United last weekend who’s to say he won’t help Mourinho maintain his unbeaten record over Wenger at the Emirates.

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Sergio Aguero vs AVL (H)

With Chelsea’s Diego Costa still a doubt it would be safe to say that Sergio Aguero is now the likely candidate to walk away with the golden boot award at the end of the season over the less experienced Harry Kane.

Manchester City’s victory over West Ham last weekend helped them move further ahead of the chasing fourth-place pack, and with Aguero netting three times in his last two appearances he is likely to play a pivotal role once more come this gameweek.

Aston Villa may be in a rich vein of form, but with a leaky defence and perhaps still rallying from their F.A Cup semi-final victory over Liverpool this will be a good chance for Manchester City to pounce on the Villains and move three points closer to European safety.

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Raheem Sterling vs WBA (A), HUL (A)

Anybody would have though the shisha smoking, nitrogen oxide taking 20-year old would have been a bit dazed of late, but a goal and an assist in his last two in all competitions has shown he’s out to prove his recent critics wrong.

Liverpool have a double gameweek, and with Daniel Sturridge still out injured we’re likely to see Sterling resuming his recent role as a striker ahead of the perhaps not so prolific Fabio Borini and Rickie Lambert.

West Brom are a side that have leaked goals since the loss of Ben Foster, and Hull City many believe are a side likely to find themselves in the bottom three come the end of season. With that in mind there’s a possibility Sterling could bring a bigger return that Hazard in gameweek 34.

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Harry Kane vs SOU (A)

We’ve tipped Sergio Aguero to walk away with the golden boot but what a story it would be if this young Englishman could pip two of the world’s best strikers of the award and cement his place as one of the league’s biggest talents.

Kane said it was a relief to finally bring his tally to the season to 30 goals in all competitions following his injury time goal last weekend, and with that milestone behind him the 21-year old can play without any burdens on his shoulders.

Southampton will be a fixture that could be decisive in deciding whether Tottenham will play European football next season, but after stepping up against big teams like Chelsea and Arsenal this year it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Kane making the headlines again come Saturday evening.

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Jamie Vardy vs BUR (A), CHE (H)

There’s always a team struggling at the bottom of the Premier League that the majority of the country want to see succeed in their quest for survival and for many this season that side is Leicester City. It’s the Foxes attacking nature and Nigel Pearson’s hilarious outbursts that will see them the most supported club in the country going into the final few Premier League fixtures.

With a huge relegation clash against Burnley, followed by a mid-week fixture against Chelsea, Leicester are one of the four sides who will have an extra ninety minutes to pick up fantasy points this gameweek.

Jamie Vardy has two goals and two assists in his last four fixtures, and with the Foxes netting 12 times in those four fixtures it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him tallying up decent points again this gameweek.

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Branislav Ivanovic vs ARS (A), LEI (A)

Its often a rarity to see a manager choosing a defender as a captain but with an already discussed double gameweek for Chelsea and Mourinho’s apparent notion of parking the bus in recent weeks to secure the title some may opt to choose Branislav Ivanovic as their captain due to almost inevitable defensive returns.

Arsenal are notorious for their inability to defend set pieces, and Ivanovic is something of a master a rising above the rest to send the ball into the back of the net from corners.

Added to the fact that Leicester have a leaky defence, and Ivanovic has four goals and five assists this season alone, he’s a high risk choice that could send you to the top spot in your respective leagues come the end of the gameweek.

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