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The Leicester City single game days continue on Friday night as they face Southampton at St Mary’s in their third solo match day of late.  Kelachi Iheanacho, Jamie Vardy, Caglar Soyuncu and James Maddison are all great options but if you haven’t jumped on them already it’s probably a case of you’ve missed the boat now. I'm hopeful of a clean sheet as lots of Sky managers were left disappointed that the Foxes couldn’t keep one against Crystal Palace on Monday night. I’m still not 100% sure of who I’ll captain but it will likely be the on-fire Iheanacho as I try and punch my way up the leaderboard. sky gameweek 34 tips On Saturday we have the luxury of seeing the Manchester City line up as they face Crystal Palace in the day's early kick off. However as many have moved off their Manchester City assets it’s perhaps not as advantageous as it was a few weeks ago. I only have Ruben Dias so if he starts I may throw the armband on him as otherwise I’m not too impressed with Saturday’s options. Chelsea at home to Fulham could be a good tie for the Blues, although it’s sandwiched between two crucial Champions League games against Real Madrid so I wouldn’t be confident putting the armband on anyone. Brighton face Leeds so again the pass master Lewis Dunk could be an option although I wouldn’t expect them to keep a clean sheet vs Leeds. The last game of the day is Everton v Aston Villa and for those who still have Calvert-Lewin or Emi Martinez they could be options. I had a bit of a mad moment and find myself with Kai Havertz so I may captain him, I'm not sure yet. sky fantasy tips gw34 Onto Sunday and the first game of the day is Newcastle v Arsenal. I don't think captain anyone in this one so we move onto Manchester United vs Liverpool. As mentioned in previous articles, I really don’t like to captain someone in these traditional ‘big’ games but Bruno Fernandes and Mohamed Salah no doubt will be popular picks regardless and could score well on the right day. The last game of the day is Spurs vs Sheffield United and a Harry Kane will be a clear favourite. Many will have to bring the Spurs striker back into their teams as his ownership dropped to 50.7% over the weekend. 


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