Eight teams will play two games in Gameweek 35, but that doesn't necessarily mean fantasy players should load up on Manchester City attackers.
While there may be multiple teams that play twice in Gameweek 34, RotoWire's Andrew Laird explains why the rankings are still dominated by single gameweek players like Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette.
Southampton will see some familiar faces in Gameweek 33, as a number of Liverpool's key players were purchased from the club over the past few years.
With matches against Fulham and Cardiff City, there's no surprise that Manchester City has plenty of players near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings.
Liverpool and Chelsea are the only top teams playing in Gameweek 31, which is likely to have fantasy players using their free hit chips running toward players like Mohamed Salah and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Romelu Lukaku has bagged three consecutive braces, and while a matchup away to Arsenal isn't the ideal spot to extend his streak, RotoWire's Andrew Laird doesn't think it's a matchup to avoid either.
Paul Pogba has gone three straight matches without a goal, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks his streak could end this weekend against Southampton at Old Trafford.
Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette has scored in five of his last seven Premier League matches, and he sits near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings thanks to a home match against Bournemouth on Wednesday.
Fantasy players could be left with a few blanks because four teams are off in Gameweek 27, but Arsenal's home match against Southampton has Alexandre Lacazette high up the rankings.
Manchester United have scored multiple goals in six of their last eight Premier League matches, and they'll now face a Fulham defense that's allowed a league-high 55 this season.
Bournemouth continue to be without Callum Wilson because of a knee injury, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird has a few other Cherries in his weekly positional rankings.
Fantasy Premier League players have been disappointed by Marcos Alonso lately, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird explains why the complaints are overblown heading into Gameweek 24.
Anthony Martial continues to be an important piece of the Manchester United attack, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting him to make an impact this weekend against Brighton
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has four goals in his last four Premier League matches, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting the Gunners' attacker to have an impact this weekend away to West Ham.
After getting blown out by Liverpool on Saturday, Arsenal will look to bounce back in a fantasy-friendly home matchup against Fulham, which helps move Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to the top of Andrew Laird's weekly rankings.
Tottenham are absolutely flying lately, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird expects it to continue this weekend against Wolves.
Manchester United exploded for five goals during Saturday's win over Cardiff City, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks the Red Devils will keep flying on Boxing Day.
Sergio Aguero missed multiple weeks due to injury, but a return to the starting XI this weekend against Crystal Palace could produce significant fantasy dividends.
After qualifying for the Champions League round of 16 with a draw away to Barcelona on Tuesday, Tottenham return home to a very fantasy-friendly matchup against Burnley this weekend.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the highest-scoring forward in the Premier League's official fantasy game, and he'll look to grow his lead while facing Huddersfield this weekend.
A quick turnaround will test plenty of teams' depth, but Tottenham's home match against Southampton helps push Harry Kane to the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings.
No team has allowed more goals than Fulham this season, and they'll now have to contend with trying to slow down Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata.
With many of the top teams playing away from home in Gameweek 13, RotoWire's Andrew Laird is turning his attention to Everton, who will host Cardiff City at Goodison Park.
Liverpool will look to bounce back from their shocking midweek Champions League loss, and there's no better opponent for that than Fulham, which puts Mohamed Salah atop one of Andrew Laird's positional rankings.
With Manchester City home to Southampton this weekend, Sergio Aguero easily takes a top spot in Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings, which now include a plethora of new stats.
Chelsea were a bit leaky last weekend against Manchester United, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting their defense to bounce back against Burnley, which puts Marcos Alonso near the top of his weekly positional rankings.
Sergio Aguero has three goals in his last four games, and a matchup at home against Burnley on Saturday puts him firmly atop one of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings.
Harry Kane moves to the top of one of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings, with Tottenham expected to win big at home against Cardiff City.
Another week, another chance for Manchester City to destroy a lesser opponent, this time Brighton & Hove Albion, which means plenty of City players are near the top of Andrew Laird's positional rankings.
Sadio Mane leads Liverpool in goals this season, and a matchup at home against Southampton leaves him near the top of Andrew Laird's weekly positional rankings.