Managers in Fantasy Premier League have a Double Gameweek 34 to prepare for following the rescheduling of three previously postponed matches on Friday.
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Both Liverpool's home match against Fulham and Manchester City's fixture against West Ham United have been given a new date of Wednesday 3 May.
Brighton & Hove Albion's home encounter with Manchester United will take place the following day.
This means all six of those sides will have a Double Gameweek 34.
|Brighton||WOL (H), MUN (H)|
|Fulham||MCI (H), LIV (A)|
|Liverpool||TOT (H), FUL (H)|
|Man City||FUL (A), WHU (H)|
|Man Utd||AVL (H), BHA (A)|
|West Ham||CRY (A), MCI (A)|
Brighton and Liverpool are the only sides to play at home on both occasions, hosting Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur respectively before playing their rearranged fixtures against Man Utd and Fulham.
Man City and Man Utd both have favourable schedules, further boosting the options available to Fantasy managers.
Kaoru Mitoma (£5.5m), Marcus Rashford (£7.3m) and Erling Haaland (£12.0m) will be the key targets, while interest in Mohamed Salah (£12.8m) is bound to increase in light of his improved output at Anfield.
The Egyptian has four goals, two assists and 40 points in his last three home outings.
At the back, while Luke Shaw (£5.2m) is the standout pick for Man Utd, both Brighton and Liverpool offer numerous options.
Seagulls goalkeeper Jason Steele costs a mere £3.9m, while full-back Pervis Estupinan (£4.8m) already has five assists to his name.
Liverpool trio Virgil van Dijk (£6.5m), Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.3m) and Andrew Robertson (£6.8m) have the all-round potential to excel in the premium bracket.
Liverpool's schedule suggests a host of their stars could now gain in popularity in Fantasy.
Along with Brighton, Man Utd and West Ham, the Reds are among the 12 sides who play twice in Double Gameweek 29.
Liverpool also have a very favourable home meeting with Nottingham Forest in Blank Gameweek 32, which lifts the appeal of bringing in their key players sooner rather than later.