Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 34 Tips

by Phil McGrath on April 19, 2013

With many of the big names failing to produce the goods during the double gameweek 33 many fantasy premier league managers will be thankful that there is not long to wait before they get a chance to put things right.

The gameweek 34 deadline follows on a mere three days after the close of gameweek 33 and with a number of tasty games on the card this weekend there should be plenty of opportunities for managers to pick up points.

With only five gameweeks left to go it is worth noting that we will get another bite at the double gameweek cherry in round 36 so be patient and keep your cool, there is still time to claw back that deficit.

It is also worth noting that we have made a number changes from those tipped earlier in the week, due to injury and form concerns heading into this weekend’s action.

So let us get to the business at hand, just who to bring in for in the impending gameweek.



Mark Bunn (Norwich) £4.3 million Fixture: Reading (Home)

David De Gea (Man United) £5.9 million Fixture: Aston Villa (Home)



Michael Turner (Norwich) £4.2 million Fixture: Reading (Home)

Patrice Evra (Man United) £7.4 million Fixture: Aston Villa (Home)

Leighton Baines (Everton) £7.8 million Fixture: Sunderland (Away)

Christopher Samba (QPR) £4.9 million Fixture: Stoke (Home)



Theo Walcott (Arsenal) £8.8 million Fixture: Fulham (Away)

Robert Snodgrass (Norwich) £6.3 million Fixture: Reading (Home)

Michu (Swansea) £8.3 million Fixture: Southampton (Home)

Stephane Sessegnon (Sunderland) £6.9 million Fixture: Everton (Home)



Robin van Persie (Man United) £13.7 million Fixture: Aston Villa (Home)

Olivier Giroud (Arsenal) £7.8 million Fixture: Fulham (Away)

Loic Remy (QPR) £5.9 Million Fixture: Stoke (Home)



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