Fantasy Premier League Week 34 Transfers and Tips: Kane is more than Able

Spurs players Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Harry Kane and Danny Rose
Plenty of excellent fantasy options among the Spurs squad this week
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With eight teams playing twice in GW34, Neil Monnery spies an opportunity to use that remaining wildcard...

'Josh King - £7.0m. Bournemouth have two tough games this week but the last time they failed to score in the Premier League was before Christmas. This is why I'm not avoiding them despite facing Liverpool and Manchester United this week.'

Eight to like

Harry Kane - £12.9m. The most expensive player in the game doesn't get enough praise from me mainly because he's so much more costly than the other striking options. This week however he gets to play twice and that is always worth looking at. Man City are reeling after three straight defeats in all competitions and Brighton away shouldn't scare any good teams. If you have the cash, Kane is a great pick.

Jamie Vardy - £8.9m. If your budget won't stretch as far as Harry Kane above then bring in his England colleague. Jamie Vardy has found the back of the net in his past three matches and also gets two games this week. Burnley away and Southampton at home. For four million less, he's likely to bring in a nice haul of fantasy points. Also he's scored in 15 different games this season.

Jamie Vardy is available at 7/4 to score anytime in Burnley v Leicester (Sportsbook)

Chelsea defenders - Various. With trips to St. Mary's and Turf Moor on the ledger for Antonio Conte's men, if you want to splash some cash looking for two clean sheets then Chelsea are your best bet.

Paul Pogba - £7.8m. What's that coming over the hill is it a monster, is it a monster? No. It is the Paul Pogba fantasy bandwagon and I'm jumping aboard. West Brom at Old Trafford before a trip to the Dorset seaside in midweek are two excellent match-ups for Manchester United. After his two goals at the Etihad, has the penny finally dropped? At just £7.8m, I think he's worth rolling the dice on.

Paul Pogba is available at 11/2 to score first in Man Utd v West Brom (Sportsbook)

Josh King - £7.0m. Bournemouth have two tough games this week but the last time they failed to score in the Premier League was before Christmas. This is why I'm not avoiding them despite facing Liverpool and Manchester United this week. Josh King has scored three in his past five and seems to be finding the form of 12 months ago.

Josh King is available at 4/1 to score anytime in Liverpool v Bournemouth (Sportsbook)

Pascal Gross - £6.0m. The strangest rivalry in football gets another edition on Saturday as Brighton travel to Selhurst Park. Gross has eight assists to go along with five goals so far this season, a tremendous return for your fourth priced midfielder. He'll get a second game this week as well with Spurs heading to the AMEX. I like his chances to provide value.

Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen & Heung-Min Son - £9.0m, £9.4m, £8.4m. I've already written about Harry Kane above but in this double game week for a handful of teams, picking one of Spurs' dynamic trio of midfield talent looks a slam dunk. Alli and Eriksen are the two in form with both having scored or provided an assist in three games on the spin.

Romelu Lukaku - £11.6m. One final big priced striker to look at and once more it is based on playing twice. Very similar to Paul Pogba above, does West Brom at home and Bournemouth on the road feel like struggles to score goals? I'd expect Kane, Vardy and Lukaku to all get lots of pick-ups this week.

Two to avoid

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - £10.8m. Arsenal only play once this week and that is enough for me to run away from the red hot striker. Having scored five in his past four, his form is outstanding but the value is to pick a big name striker who'll get multiple chances this week.

Man City Midfielders & Attackers - Various. In a normal week, Spurs away wouldn't be enough to make me runaway from City's plethora of talent. Yet with so many good players suiting up twice this week, coupled with City's form and the tough match-up, I'd avoid Pep's men for one week.

Captain's pick

Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku and Jamie Vardy are the clear superstars when it comes to who should get your armband this week. If you are rolling with the likes of Alexis Sanchez or one of Spurs midfield maestros then they are also good options.

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*Remember the deadline to submit your teams for GW34 is 11:30 on Saturday.

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