One of the secrets to success in Fantasy Premier League is making sure you pay close attention to team news, so you can tweak your squad accordingly.

A key player may be injured or your best goalscorer might be suspended, and it makes sense to keep on top of things in order to maximise your points return each week.

Who is the best captain pick for Gameweek 34?

A Chelsea attacking asset would probably be a sensible choice for Gameweek 34, with Mason Mount (£7.7m) looking an appealing option ahead of fixtures against West Ham (H) and Manchester United (A).

Alternatively, Mohamed Salah (£13.3m) will no doubt continue to be a popular pick, with the Egyptian back in top form last time out as he delivered 19 points against Manchester United in the 4-0 win at Anfield.

Three differential picks for Gameweek 34

Bruno Guimaraes (Newcastle) – Midfielder – £4.9m

Newcastle midfielder Guimaraes has been in outstanding form recently and delivered an impressive 20 points in Gameweek 33.

He is a nailed on starter in Eddie Howe’s team these days and a fixture against Norwich City, who appear almost certain to return to the Championship, could represent another decent return for the Brazilian.

Timo Werner (Chelsea) – Forward – £8.6m

Werner hasn’t always been flavour of the month at Stamford Bridge although he has arguably been Chelsea’s best player in recent matches, producing 15 and eight-point hauls against Southampton and Arsenal respectively.

The German should continue to start for Thomas Tuchel’s side in fixtures against West Ham (H) and Manchester United (A) and although he’s not exactly cheap, Werner is worth gambling on this week especially.

Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal) – Forward – £5.4m

After his heroics for Arsenal against Chelsea last time out that saw him bag 13 points at Stamford Bridge, Nketiah should keep his place against Manchester United on Saturday.

Given the Red Devils’ haphazard defence, there’s every chance the 22-year-old will be back on the scoresheet and at £5.4m he comes in at a reasonable price for a Champions League-chasing team.

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