Fantasy Premier League Tips: Midfielders for Gameweek 34


Steven Gerrard

The legendary playmaker of Liverpool is undoubtedly leaving empty-handed in his final season with the club after being bumped away by Aston Villa in the FA Cup semifinals. Hilariously, Brendan Rodgers hailed his skipper was outstanding against the Villans, yet it was a complete weak-willed performance. He has been a prodigious figure for the team over the years but has run out of steam lately. It’s not the first time this campaign, Gerrard has struggled to cope against midfielders who hold a greater athleticism and strength. The 34-year old isn’t crafting quality chances or rifle rockets to break through defenses plus evidently the Reds are a better force at the moment without their captain. Paucity of options in the middle of the park as Lucas and Lallana is sideline due to injury could see him feature couple of games. Similar to Liverpool, the fantasy premier league is very much stronger without the former England international.


Esteban Cambiasso

The fantastic all-round midfielder has been on sumptuous form lately, to a certain extent mounting Leicester City’s hope of survival in the Premier League. The Foxes have three wins in a row where Cambiasso being their main maestro in midfield with two assists and a spectacular goal. The former Inter Milan star has been buzzing over the pitch like a bee, fairly admirable for his tireless display despite being 34-year old. He and his soaring squad will travel to Turf Moor this weekend to face their fellow strugglers at the foot of the table, Burnley. The Argentine will need to repeat another powerhouse performance to get his side out of the drop zone while hoping Hull City to be tamed by Crystal Palace. One of the best bargains captures of the season without a doubt.


Eden Hazard

If there is an award for a player who has been referred the most in the hot category, the dazzling Belgian tops the bill. The Blues are skyrocketing towards the title after a narrow 1-0 triumph against Manchester United. The only goal was scored by the former Lille man who finished brilliantly through the legs of De Gea. For most of the season, once the opening whistle is blown, he goes into an autopilot mode, taking on multitude defenders and notching top notch goals. He recognizes challenges before it arrives, which gives him an upper hand during dribbles. This Sunday, Hazard and his combative teammates travel to the Emirates Stadium to face the glossy Gunners. The mercurial winger is the man to stop once again!

Star Picks

Alexis Sanchez – The Chilean bagged a brace to surge Arsenal into the FA Cup finals and the midfielder with the most goals in the league so far will be looking forward to continue his sublime form.

Jesus Navas – The speedy Spaniard contributed two assists in Manchester City’s 2-0 victory over West Ham.

Ander Herrera – The Spanish international has been on dominant drive for the Red Devils, governing the middle of the park with well-taken goals and never fails to pick the right pass.

Raheem Sterling – The England winger scored a fabulous goal in the previous Premier League match.

Cesc Fabregas – The former Barcelona playmaker is the assist-master of the league!

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