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Fantasy Football Tips – Game week 34 – The Double Game week

The PUPcast team return with this week’s fantasy football picks. This gameweek we sees Crystal Palace, Manchester United and Middlesbrough enter this season’s first cherish double game week – be sure to chose wisely!

GK – Brad Guzan, Middlesbrough – 4.2m

If you are looking for a differential goalkeeper for this double game week then look no further than Brad Guzan. Following Victor Vales’s injury that sees the Spanish keeper out until at least 26th April, Guzan is now the first choice keeper as relegation stricken Boro up against rivals Sunderland and Bournemouth. The PUPcast team think that there is a good possibility Guzan can accumulate more points against these two sides as opposed to obvious choice De Gea.

DEF – Antonio Valencia, Manchester United – 6.0m


Fantasy football players should look to utilise this current double game week and Antonio Valencia is our recommendation in defense. Mourinho has slotted Valencia into a pressing wing back role and it is reaping rewards in recent weeks especially against Chelsea. We predict double figures for Valencia in game week 34.

MID – Heung-Min Son, Spurs – 7.3m


Although Tottenham’s double game week isn’t until game week 37, the price is rising for the South Korean maestro and he is in hot form. With 5 goals in his last 5 games, Son is a great choice this week up against Crystal Palace.

ATT – Marcus Rashford, Manchester United – 6.5m


Following Ibrahimovic’s knock midweek against Anderlecht, the stock is rising for the young English forward who seems to have finally found his feet consistently. Rashford was extraordinary versus Chelsea and we expect the England international to have the same impact against Burnley and Man City.

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