Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 34: Strikers

Look who's back in town...a certain Argentine with two fixtures to play in this Gameweek.

Our Fantasy Football tips for Gameweek 34 include these two Manchester City strikers
Man City strikers… Advisable (Image: Jon Candy)

Have yourselves a right good look at our Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 34 strikers round-up, lovingly pieced together and laid on for all you Fantasy freaks out there.

We ought to mention that our Fantasy Football tips are based on the Fantasy Premier League online game, but the principles should apply more or less across the board.


Once more, then, into the Fantasy realm…

Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 34: Strikers

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini reckons that Sergio Agüero will be back in time for this weekend’s crunch title clash at Liverpool – we’ve taken him at his word and made the necessary adjustments to accommodate the £12m Argentine.

With City playing twice in Gameweek 34 – they also play at home to struggling Sunderland a week on Wednesday – Agüero could prove to be a canny choice of captain.

Mind you, his £7.1m teammate Edin Džeko has been in fine form of late, so it’s not a foregone conclusion that Agüero will go straight back into Pellegrini’s starting line-up.

And, hey, at that price you might want to bring in Džeko as well/instead.

Everton also have two fixtures in Gameweek 34, travelling to Sunderland then welcoming Crystal Palace to Goodison Park as they seek to bolster their Champions League challenge.

Last week we suggested the Toffees’ £4.6m Steven Naismith, and sure enough the Scot came good with a goal and man of the match performance in the 3-0 win over Arsenal.

His more illustrious – and, at £8.9m, rather more expensive – strike partner Romelu Lukaku also comes into Gameweek 34 in sparkling form, with four goals and two assists in his six games since returning from an injury layoff.

You might even want to take a punt on £5.4m Gerard Deulofeu, who you’d imagine would start at least one of Everton’s games and perhaps come on as a sub in the other, given Roberto Martínez’s successful rotation policy of late.

Stoke City welcome beleaguered Newcastle United to the Britannia Stadium, so don’t be surprised to see £5.7m Peter Crouch and/or £5.4m Peter Odemwingie getting amongst the goals.