Monday's announcement of rescheduled fixtures has handed three Premier League sides a pair of matches in Gameweek 34.
Having been postponed due to Man Utd's involvement in the EFL Cup final, their derby encounter with Manchester City has been rearranged for Thursday 27 April.
Meanwhile, Middlesbrough's meeting with Sunderland and Crystal Palace's home match against Tottenham Hotspur - both previously postponed due to the FA Cup quarter-finals - have been scheduled for Wednesday 26 April.
This means that only West Bromwich Albion are left without a fixture in that Gameweek.
That will likely mean FPL managers consider exit plans for their remaining West Brom assets, particularly the 32.3%-owned Gareth McAuley (£5.2m).
The Swede was once the most popular FPL player, found in more than 2.4 million squads back in Gameweek 5.
That ownership has fallen to just over 1.1 million due, in part, to the three-match suspension which ruled him out of Sunday's victory at Middlesbrough and will also force the striker to miss the Gameweek 30 fixture with West Brom.
There are still six remaining fixtures left to be rescheduled, with the dates and Gameweek(s) involved set to be announced on or around Friday 7 April.