Utkarsh Dalmia (@zophar666)
If you have already tripled up on Brighton then you stick with the three players you own. Their form and fixtures still bode well for points, even if they have the occasional benching.
Holly Shand (@HollyShand)
Danny Welbeck (£6.5m) and Deniz Undav (£5.0m) have certainly turned my head after their performances against Wolves and some promising underlying numbers.
It's tempting to make the switch from Solly March (£5.3m), who hasn't scored since Gameweek 27, and Kaoru Mitoma (£5.6m), who has now blanked four times in a row.
It's difficult to make those moves as it means swapping two midfielders for two forwards, which would take four transfers, but it's one to monitor against Manchester United in midweek.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily)
Despite Welbeck, Undav and Pascal Gross (£5.4m) all doing well in the 6-0 win over Wolves, it's still Alexis Mac Allister (£5.5m), March and Mitoma that appeal to me, particularly now they have had a rest.
Brighton fixtures GW35-38
Nick Harris (@WGTA_Nick)
There has been quite a lot of rotation at Brighton, but they still look like excellent options for the upcoming Doubles.
Pervis Estupinan (£4.8m) looks the pick of the defenders, and Welbeck could be a decent third forward option. It has been disappointing that Mitoma hasn't been on the scoresheet recently, but I am still keeping the faith.
Gianni Buttice (@GianniButtice)
As good as the replacements have been for Brighton in recent weeks, I think it's pretty clear that Roberto De Zerbi still knows his core players, and nine or 10 of the starting XI pick themselves. If you're invested in the likes of Mitoma, Mac Allister and March, you hold.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily)
Brighton looked tired in Gameweek 33. They have played a lot of matches, with their run in the FA Cup seemingly taking its toll in the league.
The rotation in their first match of Gameweek 34 gave key men a break, meaning they will now be fresher heading into the final weeks of the season.