FPL Gameweek 34: Best double gameweek differential picks

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Wolves' top goalscorer is Matheus Cunha
Wolves' top goalscorer is Matheus Cunha / James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images
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Gameweek 34 of Fantasy Premier League is the land of opportunity - with so many of the division's players enjoying the luxury of two fixtures.

The business end of the season is upon us, meaning expect the unexpected in terms of results, and the same applies when selecting players who can lead you to FPL glory. We can have all Mohamed Salah, Erling Haaland and Bukayo Saka in our teams, but are you really going to make up any ground on your rivals if you have exactly the same players?

Here's where Fantasy Football Hub's powerful AI Points Predictions tool can really come in handy, as you may just identify some differential picks - very handy if you're planning to use a wildcard - that can help set your team apart.

Below is three players to consider getting in ahead of a huge week.

Kai Havertz

Kai Havertz
Havertz has come alive for Arsenal in 2024 / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Fixtures: Wolves (A), Chelsea (H); Predicted Points: 10.3

2024 has been a bit of a breakthrough year for Kai Havertz, silencing the critics who wondered why Arsenal had shelled out north of £60m for his services.

In 12 games this calendar year, Havertz has registered 11 goal contributions (five goals and six assists), and his purple patch of form has seen him notch double-digit points hauls in four of his last eight outings.

Havertz's FPL ownership remains below 10%, but you'd be wise to consider pairing him alongside teammate Bukayo Saka as title-chasing Arsenal look to continue banging home the goals.

Matheus Cunha

Matheus Cunha
Matheus Cunha has been a real threat up front for Wolves / Alex Livesey/GettyImages

Fixtures: Arsenal (H), Bournemouth (H); Predicted Points: 9.8

Matheus Cunha returned from injury with a bang against Nottingham Forest, bagging a brace to earn Wolverhampton Wanderers a valuable point at the City Ground.

The Brazilian is now Gary O'Neil's top scorer this season with 11 goals, with his FPL points per game return sitting at a healthy 4.5.

He faces Arsenal and Bournemouth this week - opponents he scored against earlier this season - and home advantage is likely to see Wolves on the front foot more often than not. Cunha is also tasked with taking penalties, adding another string to his impressive bow.

Ben Brereton Diaz

Brereton Diaz
Ben Brereton Diaz has done well at Sheffield United / Vince Mignott/MB Media/GettyImages

Fixtures: Burnley (H), Manchester United (A); Predicted Points: 8.8

January signing Ben Brereton Diaz has been one of struggling Sheffield United's top performers of late, chalking up four goals and one assist in his eight appearances to date.

Owned by just 0.4% of FPL players, he represents a clear differential option and is available at a bargain price too. Facing relegation rivals Burnley provides an excellent chance of a high points haul, while a trip to Manchester United is nowhere near as daunting as it used to be.