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Fantasy Premier League GW34: Brighton to step up?

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player won team: Big Daddy’s House. Overall Points: 1934. Overall Rank: 100.361

Last week: Mané surely wasn't the right choice of transfer or captain, and our team has taken quite a hit over the last two game weeks. Hopefully, the upcoming fixtures can changes that since there are teams with 2 matches both this week and next, and we do have a plan. This week it's time to play the Wildcard and then next week we can play the Bench Boost chip with hopefully a full squad including subs that are playing two matches. Let's see if we can win back some lost ground. Here's our pick of this weeks ones-to-watch:

Keeper: Ryan (Brighton) 4.4m

Brighton is the only team playing two matches both this game week and the next. This week it's against Bournemouth and Cardiff, both games are at home, so even though Brighton doesn't have the most secure defense, Ryan is almost certain to start both matches, and chances of clean sheets are good. Especially considering Bournemouth's bad form lately and Cardiff's bad away statistics.

Defender: Laporte (Man City) 6.0m

You could go for another Brighton player because of their two relatively easy games this game week, but their two matches next game week is a bit tougher, so that's why our recommendation is Laporte. Man City is playing Crystal Palace away, and even though Crystal Palace has performed pretty good lately, we think Man City is gonna win, and hopefully without conceding a goal. Also, Man City has two games in the next game week, an even though it's against two other top 6 teams, they usually perform pretty well against tough opponents.

Midfielder: Moura (Spurs) 6.7m

We know. Moura hasn't been playing that much since his injury in January, but Spurs have a pretty rough schedule ahead of them, with three clashes against Man City if you include the last weeks Champions League match. So home against Huddersfield, they're gonna rest some players for sure, and with Kane (Spurs) injured, Moura is likely to start on top.

Attacker: Murray (Brighton) 6.3m

With 4 games over two game weeks, Murray has a good opportunity to score some goals. Especially this game week the opponents are not that impressive, so he could also be a good call for captain. So far this season, he has scored 11 goals, which is a lot for a team currently in 16th position.

Player to Avoid: Anderson (West Ham) 7.0m

It looks like West Ham has gone on an early holiday, and away against Man Utd is probably not the match that'll help turn it around. On top of that, lately Anderson hasn't really been able to live up to his own performance earlier this season. Definitely a player to avoid.

Our Team and Transfers:

Were' playing our wildcard, and every single player in our team gets transferred. We're trying to set a team that'll perform well this game week but will peak the next game week, where a lot of teams is playing two games. That's also why we're transferring in a lot of Watford players even though they're playing Arsenal, but we'll make good use of them next week. We're really counting on Brighton this game week, so Murray is also our pick of captain. The team looks like this:

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