There are only five rounds left in the Premier League season and Paul Robinson has picked out his best prospects for FPL Gameweek 34...
He scored a brace in Jose Mourinho’s final match in charge, and his output shouldn’t be hindered with the departure of the ‘Special One’.
The Headline Pick: Harry Kane - Sheffield United (H)
Harry Kane returned to the Spurs team in the Carabao Cup Final, and while he couldn't help his team score against Man City, they are up against Sheffield United on Sunday.
The England striker is the second highest point scorer in the FPL game this season, and he's not only done it with goals of his own (21), he has made them too (13 assists).
He scored a brace in Jose Mourinho's final match in charge, and his output shouldn't be hindered with the departure of the 'Special One'.
The Budget Pick: Chris Wood - West Ham (H)
If you had 10 guesses to pick a player who scored a first half hat-trick last week, I very much doubt that you would have said Chris Wood.
Burnley's striker joined a very elite club at Molineux though, as he slotted three in the opening 45 minutes, and even added an assist in the second half.
The New Zealand international had gone two weeks without finding the net, but prior to that, he scored in Gameweek 27, 28 and 30, as well as assisting in 30 and 31.
The Clarets are up against an injury-plagued, Hammers, on Monday, with David Moyes' men having conceded eight goals across their last four away games.
The VAR Pick: Patrick Bamford - Brighton (A)
Patrick Bamford has been very quiet of late, with just one goal in his last eight appearances. He could be in for a few chances at the Amex this week though, as Brighton have conceded eight penalties this season - only three teams have given away more.
Leeds might be away from Elland Road, but they certainly won't head south to defend, and the hosts have gone four without a win - winning just one of their last five at home.
The Sleeper Pick: Christian Pulisic - Fulham (H)
There were high hopes for Christian Pulisic at the start of the season, but he missed the opening few games and he never really got going.
Things have looked better for him of late though, as in the league he has four goals in his last four, and he scored at Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday.
There is no guarantee that he will start at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, but with the race for the top four being so tight, Thomas Tuchel can't really afford to rest many players ahead of the second leg against Madrid.
The Wildcard Pick: Allan Saint-Maximin - Arsenal (H)
Allan Saint-Maximin is almost the ultimate wildcard pick, as even he seemingly doesn't know what he's about to do on the football pitch.
The Newcastle winger has eight attacking returns to his name this season (three goals and five assists), with nearly half of those coming since his return from injury in GW30.
Steve Bruce's men are back in form and scoring goals again, and they are up against an Arsenal team that can either be very good or very poor. The Gunners will also head to St James' having played a tough Europa League semi-final in Spain on Thursday.
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