Our community score predictions panel take a look at the Gameweek 34 fixtures. When making FPL decisions many FPL managers mentally predict the outcome of matches and use this to target players.
- Who will win?
- Will there be a clean sheet in this match?
- How many goals can I see being scored?
- How many players do I want to play in this game?
Gameweek 34 will see two teams, Chelsea and Manchester United play twice. The additional fixture between the sides was rearranged from Gameweek 37 as a result of Chelsea making it to the FA Cup final.
Our community score predictions panel share their predictions for the matches and what this might mean for our FPL plans.
Gameweek 33 throw up some unexpected and interesting outcomes. For example all of the panel expected Spurs to beat Brighton in the early kick off, Brighton’s victory was unexpected.
Four panelists correctly predicted the score in one fixture each:
- FPL Shake n Bake – Newcastle 1-0 Palace
- FPL Inzaghi – Newcastle 2-1 Leicester
- El Statto – Man City 3-0 Brighton
- FPL Talking Points – Southampton 1-0 Arsenal
The panel were also all correct in predicting a victory for United against Norwich, and Liverpool against United.
There is still one further match to play in Gameweek 33, the points from this match will be added to the totals at the end of Gameweek 34.
To keep track on how our panel are doing we have awarded 3 points for a correctly predicted scoreline and 1 point for a correct outcome but with the wrong scoreline.
- El Statto 132
- FPL Shake n Bake 120
- FPL Inzaghi 125
FBL Thinker is joining the score predictor panel for the remainder of the season ahead of the 2022/23 campaign. FBL Thinker is currently ranked second in the Bundesliga fantasy game, as well as being 8.8k in FPL.
Arsenal v Man United (Sat 12:30)
Leicester v Aston Villa (Sat 15:00)
Man City v Watford (Sat 15:00)
Norwich v Newcastle (Sat 15:00)
Brentford v Spurs (Sat 17:30)
Brighton v Southampton (Sun 14:00)
Burnley v Wolves (Sun 14:00)
Chelsea v West Ham (Sun 14:00)
Liverpool v Everton (Sun 16:30)
Crystal Palace v Leeds (Mon 20:00)
Man United v Chelsea (Thurs 19:45)
Community score predictions
Key talking points
The panel are predicting 44 home wins, 24 aways wins and 6 draws this weekend. All of the panel believe Man City will win at home to Watford and Liverpool will beat Everton at home. They also all believe Newcastle will win at Norwich.
With the exception of FPL Focus all of the panel also believe that Spurs will win away to Brentford. FPL Inzaghi is the only panelist who thinks Man United will get anything at home to Chelsea, the rest believe the blues will win away from home.
Of the two Double Gameweek teams the panel favour Chelsea to offer the best FPL returns.
The panel are predicting 44 clean sheets this weekend. Everyone predicted a clean sheet for City against Watford.
With their double gameweek, all eyes will be on Chelsea ahead of Gameweek 34.
Mason Mount is top of my shopping list for this weekend. He followed up his 19 point haul in Gameweek 32 with a goal against Crystal Palace in their F.A Cup Semi Final. Mount seems to be hitting form at an ideal time and therefore should be a key target for FPL managers.
I’m predicting two 2-0 victories for Chelsea in Double Gameweek 34 and expect Mount to return FPL points.
Predicting some big results from the big teams this weekend. Don’t let Double Gameweek assets distract you from Liverpool and Man City players this weekend as they should both fare very well against Everton and Watford respectively.
While I see the first half of Chelsea’s Double Gameweek to be a difficult test against a rested West Ham team, the second half will be much easier against an out of sorts Manchester United.
Not seeing shutouts for the Chelsea defense with injuries and rotation, but their attackers should certainly be considered.
This week contains a Double Gameweek for Chelsea and Manchester United. Focus will more on Chelsea players. The likes of Mount, James and if fit Rudiger will be safer choices, Havertz Alonso and Werner will be risky but great differentials
Wondering what to expect in the Gameweek 34 fixtures? Check out our recent article.