Dallas’s multiple routes to points are highlighted by his seven goals, three assists and 10 clean sheets this season.
His totals of 39 shots and 15 shots on target both put him among the top two players in his position in Fantasy.
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Dallas takes his place in a Scout Selection that lines up in a 3-4-3 formation, with Harry Kane (£11.8m) handed the armband and Kelechi Iheanacho (£6.2m) named vice-captain.
Sam Johnstone (WBA) £4.5m
Marcos Alonso (CHE) £5.7m
The left wing-back has started five of Chelsea’s last six home matches, and the Blues now host Fulham. Alonso has proven a big success over that run of appearances at Stamford Bridge, combining a goal and an assist with four clean sheets to return 38 points.
Oleksandr Zinchenko (MCI) £5.5m
The versatile Ukrainian can provide points at both ends of the pitch against Crystal Palace as Man City seek their 19th successive away win in all competitions. Zinchenko’s five chances created over City’s last two matches are the joint-highest total for the league leaders.
Stuart Dallas (LEE) £5.3m
Leeds’ Northern Ireland international faces a Brighton side who have scored only one goal in their last four outings.
Raheem Sterling (MCI) £11.1m
The England star looks set to start after being rested against Paris Saint-Germain in midweek. Sterling has accumulated 40 points in his last six away matches, scoring four goals and assisting a further two.
Son Heung-min (TOT) £9.5m
Tottenham Hotspur host a Sheffield United side who are without a single clean sheet on the road this term. Seven of Son’s last eight double-figure returns have come at home, highlighting his captaincy credentials.
Matheus Pereira (WBA) £5.5m
West Brom’s playmaker hosts Wolves on the back of four goals, two assists and 42 points in his last four outings. Pereira has been involved in 60 per cent of the Baggies’ goals under Sam Allardyce.
Jesse Lingard (WHU) £6.7m
The West Ham United star has averaged 8.3 points per match this season, more than any other player in Fantasy. Lingard has five double-figure hauls in his 11 appearances, blanking only twice, ahead of a trip to Burnley.
Harry Kane (TOT) £11.8m
Seven goals and two assists in his last six appearances suggests the Spurs striker will be the go-to captain for many managers in Gameweek 34. Kane scored and earned nine points in his last meeting with Sheff Utd.
Chris Wood (BUR) £6.3m
The Kiwi welcomes West Ham on the back of his season-high haul of 20 points. Six of Wood’s 10 goals this term, and all three of his assists, have come in his last six matches.
Kelechi Iheanacho (LEI) £6.2m
The Leicester City frontman is the most-bought player in the Gameweek for his trip to Southampton. Iheanacho has earned over 172,000 new owners after scoring nine goals in his last seven Premier League outings.
Nnamdi Maduakor is a Writer, Investor and Entrepreneur