Below is a breakdown of what each of the categories means:
Out: Fantasy-relevant players who have been confirmed out for the week, either through injury or suspension
Doubt: Players facing the dreaded late fitness test, rotation concerns and those who are out of form/favor
In: The likeliest replacements for the Outs & Doubts
Win: Fantasy player to watch / my hunch pick of the week
Win: Danny Ings
Sean Dyche has no injury concerns. His worries, however, lay in the fact that Burnley scored 0 goals in the last three games. Away to an Everton team that has had trouble keeping a clean sheet all season long, Danny Ings, priced at £9.79 is the man to break Burnley’s goal drought, as he is due a goal himself having last scored in Game Week 25 against United.
Out: Diego Costa
Doubt: Loic Remy
In: Didier Drogba
Win: Eden Hazard
At home against a United team that has been playing really well is a tough game on paper. If you hold Hazard cheap, he should be in your line-up this week and the only player I would recommend from Chelsea.
Out: Marouane Chamakh, Frazier Campbell, Jordon Mutch
Win: Wilfried Zaha
Jason Puncheon and Yannick Bolasie had monster games in Game Weeks 31 and 32, respectively. Now, it is time for Wilfried Zaha to have a scorcher - priced at just £8.54 and playing at home to West Bromwich Albion.
Doubt: Leon Osman, Romelu Lukaku, Aidan McGeady
In: Aaron Lennon, Arouna Kone
Win: Ross Barkley
Purely a hunch, but Barkley had 2 shots on target and was overall very active. No reason why he does not start again this Game Week at home against Burnley.
Win: Marc Albrighton
Last Game Week, Albrighton completed 4 successful crosses, won 4 corners and scored 10 points. Still priced very reasonably at £6.53, he will start and should score well against Swansea.
Out: Wilfried Bony, Stefan Jovetic, Vincent Kompany, Gael Clichy
In: Eliaquim Mangala
Win: Sergio Aguero
Kun scored a brace against United but will be tested by a better West Ham United defense. At home, however, he should be able to generate a decent return even without scoring.
Out: Jonny Evans, Daley Blind, Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Michael Carrick
In: Juan Mata, Robin Van Persie (maybe)
Win: Juan Mata
The Spaniard is in tip-top shape and could be a decent option even at retail.
Out: Pappis Cisse, Ally Cissoko, Paul Dummett
In: Remy Cabella, Mehdi Abeid, Gabriel Obertan
Win: Ryan Taylor
The Magpies set piece specialist is in form and has averaged quite nicely in the past few games, even without a clean sheet. Priced at £8.73, he is certainly a gamble but has scored 37 points in the last 4 games without a single clean sheet held. Tottenham, on the other hand, has been held scoreless in the last two games, so anything can happen.
Out: Victor Wanyama
In: James Ward-Prowse (maybe)
Win: Kelvin Davis
Southampton defense is decent enough to combat the mediocre Stoke offense. If you held on to Davis at £2.39, there is no reason why you should drop him now.
Out: Victor Moses
Doubt: Marc Wilson
In: Marco Arnautovic
Win: Philipp Wollscheid
The German ruffian is cheap at £2.82, will start and should get you some positive points as you invest the funds elsewhere.
Out: Bafetimbi Gomis, Neil Taylor
In: Nélson Oliveira
Win: Gylfi Sigurdsson
This Swansea team has nothing to play for and I am concerned that the Icelandic international will have another one of those 5 points performances. The match-up alone, however, makes him worthy of consideration and could bring some reaping fantasy rewards.
Out: Hugo Lloris, Kyle Walker
Doubt: Jan Vertonghen
In: Michel Vorm, Roberto Soldado (rotation)
Win: Harry Kane
I hate to sounds like a broken record, but Kane, even after two terrible performances, should be in your thoughts this week.
Out: Youssuf Mulumbu
Doubt: Brown Ideye
In: Darren Fletcher
West Bromwich Albion has not played well. There is no reason to consider having anyone from the Baggies' squad this Game Week against Crystal Palace.
Out: Diafra Sakho
In: Enner Valencia
Win: Stewart Downing
The dark horse away to a City team that has had trouble keeping clean sheets, Downing is a hunch pick that only the bravest of the fantasy managers will field.
GW 33 Team: Schmeichel, Cresswell, Schlupp, Kelly, Boyd, Cabella, Downing, Zaha, Aguero, Kane, Ings.