Dominic Solanke

There are only five more rounds before an action-packed 2023/24 Premier League season draws to a conclusion, hence, Fantasy managers will be scrambling for season-defining points on the log.

The good news is that the biggest Double Gameweek of the campaign is upon us and points will be massively distributed with all of Arsenal, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Everton, Liverpool, Sheffield United and Wolves having two games scheduled.

This means that your chips and different strategies must be in full use as there may not be a bigger points splurge in the rest of the season.

The FootballCastle provides the very best tips you should consider, as well as the prime candidates for the all-important captaincy. Ensure to make all your squad changes before the Fantasy Premier League Double Game Week 34 deadline at 1:30 PM UK time on Saturday, 20 April. 

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Dean Henderson (£4.4m) 

The Crystal Palace shot-stopper produced a season-high nine points after five saves and two bonus points against Liverpool. He now faces West Ham and Newcastle United with a real chance of continuing his good run between the sticks.


Andrew Robertson (£6.4m)

Robertson could be close to a huge haul as his creativity has stood out among defenders in the last six GWs.

The Liverpool man has registered 12 key passes and four big chances created from only four appearances in that period, a DGW against Fulham and Everton offers the chance for massive returns.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (£8.4m)

Robertson’s full-back partner returned from injury against Crystal Palace and a start against Atalanta in midweek raises his appeal given his status as the best attacking defender in the game.

Alexander-Arnold is a set-piece specialist for Liverpool and his presence could yield a return or two against Fulham and Everton.

Marcos Senesi (£4.4m)

The Argentine grabbed two assists on his first start since injury against Man United and he would be a favourite in DGW34 given he already has three goals and four assists this term. 

Senesi can haul at both ends of the pitch against Aston Villa and Wolves in DGW34.

Gabriel (£5.4m) 

Gabriel Magalhães offers a fantastic route into an Arsenal defence that has 14 clean sheets this season while he has three goals and an assist. 

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Justin Kluivert (£4.6m)

The Dutchman has produced a goal contribution in each of his last three games and a DGW against Aston Villa and Wolves could have a big haul in store.

Kluivert is being overlooked with precisely 1% of FPL managers owning the forward, his fantastic bargain price also makes him a low-risk-high-reward pick in your squad.  

Gustavo Hamer (£4.9m) 

Sheffield United’s playmaker has blanked just once in his last five appearances with a goal and three assists making him a smart choice for DGW34 against Burnley and Manchester United. 

Kai Havertz (£7.4m) 

Kai Havertz

The German has amassed 70 FPL points over the last nine GWs thanks to five goals and five assists and he is behind only Cole Palmer for goals and points in that period. 

Havertz would be looking to bounce back from consecutive defeats to produce against Wolves and Chelsea while there is an element of revenge in the air as he faces his former team. 

Mohamed Salah (£13.5m) 

Despite scoring only twice over the last six GWs, Salah’s underlying statistics are great and it is only a matter of time before the points start pouring in again. The Egyptian leads the midfield rankings for shots and big chances so he will have managers hoping for a massive haul in DGW34.

Having scored the only goal of their fruitless second-leg win over Atalanta, Liverpool will be refocusing on the league title race and Salah must step up in the coming weeks. 

Eberechi Eze (£6.1m)

The Crystal Palace star man delivered his third attacking contribution in six games since returning from injury and he can steal the show again in DGW34.

West Ham and Newcastle visit Selhurst Park and Eze can provide huge differential value with his six per cent ownership given he is the team’s creative hub and on set piece duty.

Bukayo Saka (£9.0m) 

There may have only been one goal in his last four appearances, but the Arsenal winger is backed to return as the third most transferred-in player ahead of DGW34. Saka can be found in over 58.6% of squads as his seven double-figure returns this season suggest he will be back amongst the points soon.


Matheus Cunha (£5.6m) 

Cunha scored twice in his first start since injury to take him to 52 points in his last seven starts, when he has amassed six goals and three assists.

The Wolves forward is a big differential going into a pair of DGW34 fixtures against Arsenal and Bournemouth as he is his team’s biggest attacking threat. 

Dominic Solanke (£7.2m) 

After three goals in the last five GWs, Solanke remains one of the most likely benefactors of the DGW and he already scored this season against both of his opponents.

Moreover, Aston Villa have conceded at least two goals in five of their last eight league games while Wolves have a single clean sheet from their last 11 fixtures. The Bournemouth striker is a favourite to find the net again. 


Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin

Chief Editor of the Football Castle, Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin is a football junkie and writer of the beautiful game.

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