Chelsea and Manchester United play twice this week, while title-chasing Manchester City host Watford and Liverpool welcome Everton to Anfield.
It seems like this will be a popular week to activate the Wildcard chip – for those with one still to use – as preparation continues for the consecutive Double Gameweeks of 36 and 37.
Gameweek 34 FPL deadline: Saturday 23 April at 11:00 GMT
Diogo Jota (£8.3m) and Luis Diaz (£7.9m) are cheaper options in Jurgen Klopp’s ranks, but predicting starts is trickier.
As for Liverpool, they are now unbeaten in nine games in all competitions and are 13 unbeaten in the league as they still chase an unprecedented quadruple.
Next up is Everton, who Salah scored twice against earlier in the season, before a favourable run of fixtures, including a double-header against Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa in Gameweek 36.
This is the first of two Double Gameweeks for Chelsea, and while the fixtures might not seem the easiest on paper, West Ham United and Manchester United aren’t bad teams to be facing from an attacking perspective.
The Hammers are without a clean sheet on the road this calendar year and may well have one eye on their upcoming Europa League semi-final, while the Red Devils proved yet again in Gameweek 33 that they are desperately poor defensive side.
Mason Mount (£7.6m), Kai Havertz (£7.9m) and Timo Werner (£8.6m) are the stand-out options from the Chelsea attack.
Mount tends to be Mr Dependable, starting 15 of the last 16 league matches that he has been available for, and offers multiple routes to points: he’s Chelsea’s top player for goal attempts, chances created and, by some distance, expected goal involvement (xGI) this season.
From Gameweek 17 onwards, Kevin De Bruyne (£11.8m) has started 15 of the 16 Premier League matches he has been available for, producing 13 attacking returns and five double-digit hauls.
Averaging 7.9 points per match in that time, his 118 points were only beaten by Spurs duo Son and Harry Kane (£12.6m), while his 44 shots and 49 chances created rank fifth and top respectively among all players.
Having produced a whopping 51 points in his last four starts, Son Heung-min remains one of the best midfielders.
Since Antonio Conte first took charge in Gameweek 11, the South Korean has been the leading points scorer among FPL midfielders.
Meanwhile, Dejan Kulusevski (£6.4m) has hit the ground running at Spurs following his January arrival.
Playing on the right of the front three, the Swede has scored three and also supplied seven assists in 12 appearances, averaging 6.4 points per match. Son still comfortably bests Kulusevski for xGI since the pair first started their run in the team together, but he is an appealing alternative route into Spurs’ attack given the £4.7m price difference.