A new Double Gameweek in Fantasy Premier League has been announced, forcing managers to revise their strategies over the upcoming month.
Four fixtures previously postponed due to FA Cup ties have been rescheduled for Gameweek 34, handing eight teams two matches.
|AFC Bournemouth||LIV (A), MUN (H)|
|Brighton||CRY (A), TOT (H)|
|Burnley||LEI (H), CHE (H)|
|Chelsea||SOU (A), BUR (A)|
|Leicester||BUR (A), SOU (H)|
|Man Utd||WBA (H), BOU (A)|
|Southampton||CHE (H), LEI (A)|
|Spurs||MCI (H), BHA (A)|
Manchester United are the only Double Gameweek team to face two opponents both outside the current top eight.
Interest in Romelu Lukaku (£11.4m) is therefore set to escalate.
The second-most bought player for Gameweek 32, the striker has three goals and two assists in his last five Premier League appearances.
Those two fixtures make Harry Kane (£12.7m) a standout candidate for the Gameweek 34 captaincy, should he recover from an ankle injury.
The Bench Boost chip could be effective in Gameweek 34 for managers if used in tandem with the second Wildcard.
But they may now wait for another possibly bigger Double Gameweek before committing.
There are still six postponed fixtures yet to be rescheduled.
Confirmation of their new dates is expected by 3 April. These matches could be moved to Gameweek 37, handing 12 teams an additional fixture.
Chelsea v Huddersfield Town
Leicester City v Arsenal
Manchester City v Brighton & Hove Albion
Swansea City v Southampton
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Manchester United
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