Fantasy Premier League Tips: Goalkeepers for Gameweek 34


Tom Heaton

The 29-year old shot stopper was on stupefying form last weekend, where he pulled seven saves against Everton which include a fabulous penalty save in the opening minutes. This Saturday is an archetypal battle of survival as the Foxes travel to the Turf Moor, both only looking for maximum points. Leicester City are on the beat, three wins in a row with their attackers displaying fine finishing quality. Heaton is a decent goalkeeper who has made 108 saves this season despite lacking clean sheets. The former Manchester United man will have a tough time looking at the attacking brilliance the visitors recently discovered plus the Clarets’ defense staggered to cope with rapid pace. Heaton needs to be kept out of the dream team despite his heroics in the previous match.


Tim Howard

The man-mountain between the posts for Everton had a relatively contended afternoon against the Clarets last weekend where he clinched his sixth clean sheet of the season. Burnley was struggling to create chances to challenge Howard as he only made a single key save. The Toffees have largely enriched lately, especially in their defensive duties, conceding only two goals in their previous five league encounters. The veteran American will be up against his former club this weekend where made only 45 appearances, Manchester United. The Red Devils are on vehemence at the moment, excluding the Chelsea defeat, hence they will be showing no mercy at their ex goal guardian. Their fluency and flair breaking upfront could easily open leeway in the Everton defense. It would be a quandary quest for Howard if he wants to end the match with an empty net, but you would never know as he still has the quick reflexes and strong fists to do so.


David Ospina

The Gunners are on a skyrocketing form, dominantly holding the second spot in the league and into the FA Cup finals. This weekend, it would be a fascinating London clash where table toppers Chelsea visit the Emirates Stadium. Arsene Wenger’s team are rock solid at the back, wing backs bombing forward on the overlap whereas the center backs completely neutralizing threats from air and ground. He was rested in the FA Cup encounter therefore he will be surely back into the starting lineup against the Blues. Holding home ground advantage and an organized shield, the Colombian international is a strong contender for the fantasy premier league.

Star Picks

David De Gea – The Spaniard has been Manchester United’s finest player this season, securing ten clean sheets so far.

Simon Mignolet – The Belgian goal guardian sealed his 13th clean sheet of the season in the previous Premier League match.

Joe Hart – The England number one made couple of fine saves against the Hammers last weekend.

Kasper Schmeichel – The Leicester City shot stopper was the ideal reason his side secure three points. He ensured the goal door was slammed shut with six saves.

Lukasz Fabianski – The Poland international has 11 clean sheets this campaign, decent choice for the dream team.

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