Fantasy Premier League tips: Gameweek 34

We are swiftly reaching the business end of the Fantasy Premier League season, and once again we are being treated to a double gameweek – albeit with only two sides playing twice.

This means there is potential to land some huge point hauls this time around provided you strategise correctly.

With that in mind, here are the players that 90min recommends keeping a close on in gameweek 34…

Mason Mount

Mount is in great form / Visionhaus/GettyImages

‘Money Mase’ has returned to the form that earned him that very nickname in recent weeks.

Goals in the FA Cup semi-final against Crystal Palace and Champions League quarter-final second leg against Real Madrid were preceded by a brace at St. Mary’s as Chelsea dismantled Southampton in their last Premier League fixture.

Chelsea are one of the two teams playing twice and gameweek 34 and although their matches are tough – West Ham (H) and Manchester United (A) – surely Mount will find the back of the net at least once?

Kai HavertzKai Havertz

Havertz was booked for diving this weekend… / Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/GettyImages

With the Blues in action twice, it may be worth doubling up on goal-scoring midfielders from Stamford Bridge.

Havertz appears to be Thomas Tuchel’s first-choice striker currently, even though Romelu Lukaku has returned to the fray. Like Mount, he also struck against Southampton last time out, but he has since failed to make the net bulge in Chelsea’s last two games.

With competition for places fierce in west London the German will be desperate to find form as the season draws to a close – particularly with another Wembley final on the horizon.

Andrew RobertsonAndrew Robertson

Robertson in an FPL must-have / Marc Atkins/GettyImages

Andy Robertson is an intense character most of the time, but the Merseyside derby always seems to spur him on to an even better level. And guess who’s next on Liverpool’s agenda?

Costing significantly less than Trent Alexander-Arnold, Robertson is a very safe bet for clean sheet points this gameweek and he’s always good for an assist too.

Aymeric LaporteAymeric Laporte

Laporte has enjoyed a great season / Jonathan Moscrop/GettyImages

Speaking of safe clean sheets, Man City host relegation-threatened Watford on Saturday – a side they have enjoyed plenty of success against in the not-so-distant past.

Aymeric Laporte is probably your best bet for breaking into the City defence this gameweek and the Spaniard’s scoring record isn’t bad either.

He already has three goals in the Premier League this season and we can expect the Cityzens to force plenty of corners at the Etihad.

Harry KaneHarry Kane

Kane has improved after a shaky start to the season / Clive Rose/GettyImages

Harry Kane’s price tag may make your eyes water but with a visit to a Brentford side which should be ‘on the beach’ after securing their Premier League status, he could be worth the investment.

Kane has managed three assists in his last three games and is due a goal having last found the net against Brighton over a month ago.

Of course, if you cannot stretch to Kane there is always an alternative Spurs asset to sign up…

Heung-Min SonHeung-Min Son

What a player / Clive Rose/GettyImages

That man is, of course, Son Heung-min.

Prior to Spurs’ blip against Brighton in gameweek 34, Son was in imperious form, helping himself to a hat trick against Aston Villa and also netting in successive games against West Ham and Newcastle.

Only Mohamed Salah has managed more FPL points this season and the gap between the two players had shrunk to just 21 points prior to Liverpool’s meeting with Man Utd on Tuesday.

Bruno FernandesBruno Fernandes

Can Bruno make the step up this gameweek? / Naomi Baker/GettyImages

Manchester United players may not look like the safest bet for FPL points right now, but with the Red Devils in action twice this gameweek, you should not rule it out entirely.

With Cristiano Ronaldo’s involvement uncertainty due to tragic circumstances, Bruno Fernandes may be a good choice.

The midfielder will likely start both games, takes set pieces and has a good penalty record. Possessing all these traits always makes you a good FPL asset.

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