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Dream Team with Salah & Sanchez but without a 3-4-3

Daily Fantasy Line ups FantasyBet Premier League Game Day 34

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Fantasy Lineup: Dream Team for Game Day 34

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The formation

Our first victim is the 3-4-3 system. In order to finance our choice of players, we have to reach deep into our box of tricks on this match day.


  • David de Gea
  • Long
  • Azpilicueta
  • Milner
  • van Aanholt

As is often the case, the first pick for our lineup is goalkeeper David de Gea . The Spanish goalkeeper is almost a permanent fixture in our teams, and once again the player with the highest probability of keeping a clean sheet (69%).

For our defence we are looking for players who combine danger to goal with a high probability of keeping a clean sheet. We are using as many different teams as possible. The focus is not on minimizing variance, but on maximum bonus points .

We start with Long from Burnley with a 37% chance of keeping a clean sheet. In addition, he regularly gets involved in goal-scoring actions. The real reason for his nomination, however, is his unbeatable price of 4 million Azpilicueta </​​strong> (43%) scored last game day and has already contributed to several goals (generally via Morata).

Milner (48%) takes some set pieces and after Salah he is the penalty taker for his team. In addition, FantasyBet list him as a defender, which means that his participation in goals will earn bonus points. Likewise van Aanholt (45%) has scored twice in the last weeks and is also a very promising option for bonus points.


  • Alexis Sanchez
  • Mo Salah (C)
  • Zaha
  • Marko Arnautovic

Sanchez (45.5%) has really been able to shine over the last two match days and is not only guaranteed to get involved in the scoring action, but also to pick up bonus points. Therefore, he also gets the post of our vice captain.

This aspect becomes all the more important as our captain Mo Salah (71.4%) could possibly be rested. On FantasyBet, however, we think avoiding Salah ise think too risky, because we have our substitutes bench to help us out in case he does not play.

Zaha (37%) also scored last match day and has been the linchpin of the Crystal Palace game since recovering. His beautiful goal is in this article as a video.

Likewise Marko Arnautovic (42.2%) is in very good form. The Austrian national team player has been pretty much scoring at will lately and on FantasyBet he is also a true bonus point magnet. Against Chelsea the last week he was able to prepare a goal. In the match against Stoke, he played a crucial role in making the win happen and collected the coveted bonus points on FantasyBet for his fantasy manager.


  • Lukaku
  • Roberto Firmino

Up front, we rely on Big Romelu!, Lukaku (57.1%) has the second-highest chance of scoring this match day in a home game against bottom-of-the-table West Brom. However, the Belgian international is not known for collecting many bonus points, which is why we do not want to nominate him as captain even though this decision could come back to haunt us if Lukaku scores two or more goals.

Our team is rounded off by Roberto Firmino . The Brazilian international (54.6%) should be the safest starter in the attacking trio of the Reds, as he came on late in the derby against Everton last match day.

Nowhere do bookmakers expect as many goals as in the Liverpool vs Bournemouth game. Therefore, we also want two players from Jürgen Klopp’s team to bring in the maximum possible points from the game.

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Pos Club Pl GD Pts
1 Manchester City 31 67 84
2 Manchester United 31 37 68
3 Liverpool 32 40 66
4 Spurs 31 36 64
5 Chelsea 31 23 56
6 Arsenal 31 17 51
7 Burnley 31 2 46
8 Leicester 31 4 43
9 Everton 32 -15 40
10 Bournemouth 32 -12 37
11 Watford 32 -16 37
12 Newcastle Utd. 31 -9 35
13 Brighton 31 -14 34
14 West Ham 31 -18 33
15 Swansea 31 -19 31
16 Huddersfield 32 -28 31
17 Crystal Palace 32 -19 30
18 Southampton 31 -18 28
19 Stoke 32 -32 27
20 West Brom 32 -26 20

EPL Game Week 35

Match Odds
Gameweek 35 Match Odds – Premier League Win x Loss
West Brom – Liverpool 6,0 4,5 1,5
Watford – Crystal Palace 2,87 3,2 2,5
Arsenal – West Ham 1,5 4,33 6,0
Stoke – Burnley 2,25 3,25 3,2
Manchester City – Swansea 1,14 8,0 15,0
Everton – Newcastle 2,3 3,25 3,1
source: bet365

More than 2.5 goals
Gameweek 35 Odds more than 2,5 goals – Premier League  
Manchester City – Swansea 71%
Arsenal – West Ham 67%
West Brom – Liverpool 58%
Watford – Crystal Palace 50%
Everton – Newcastle 45%
Stoke – Burnley 43%
source: bet365

Clean Sheet Odds
Gameweek 35 Clean Sheet Odds – Premier League  
Manchester City 64%
Liverpool 43%
Arsenal 38%
Stoke 38%
Everton 38%
Burnley 33%
Watford 31%
C. Palace 31%
Newcastle 30%
West Brom 17%
West Ham 14%
Swansea 8%
source: tabtouch

Odds to score
Game Week 35 Odds to score – Premier League  
Mo. Salah (LIV) 65%
Aubameyang (ARS) 65%
Sergio Aguero (MCI) 65%
G. Jesus (MCI) 59%
Raheem Sterling (MCI) 56%
Lacazette (ARS) 54%
Brahim Diaz (MCI) 50%
Welbeck (ARS) 49%
Chris Wood (BUR) 48%
Roberto Firmino (LIV) 45%
Eddie Nketiah (ARS) 45%
Cenk Tosun (EVE) 44%
Leroy Sane (MCI) 41%
Oumar Niasse, Wayne Rooney (EVE) 41%
Solanke, Mane (LIV) 40%
Aaron Ramsey (ARS) 40%
Javier Hernandez, Arnautovic (WHU) 40%
Bernardo Silva (MCI) 38%
Wilfried Zaha (CRY) 37%
Ashley Barnes (BUR) 37%
Christian Benteke (CRY) 33%
Mame Diouf (STO) 32%
Jay Rodriguez (WBA) 31%
Choupo-Moting, Crouch, Campbell, Shaqiri (STO) 30%
Troy Deeney (WAT) 29%
Jordan Ayew, Tammy Abraham (SWA) 28%
Dwight Gayle, Islam Slimani (NEW) 28%
source: WilliamHill