Shinji Kagawa and Luis Suarez both scored nine points on the weekend as Manchester United and Liverpool put on four-star displays. The latest points and assist decisions.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Robin van Persie has recovered from a hip injury and could face Norwich. That and other headlines, all in one place.
The Insider Eye is looking even more smug than usual this week after what can only be described as a predictive storm. Your favourite fantasy football pundit showed Mark Lawrenson how it should be done with five player recommendations resulting in points. Get in!
Chelsea and Everton booked their places in the FA Cup sixth round with midweek wins over opposition from further down the football pyramid. The holders Chelsea will face runaway Premier League leaders Manchester United.
Welsh wizard Gareth Bale was at his brilliant best again for Tottenham last night and collected six points after scoring yet another late winner against West Ham. Bale capitalised on a Hammers mistake to put Spurs ahead and struck a sensational second in the 90th minute.
For the first time in Fantasy League Pro history, we're giving you unrestricted access to the clandestine world of the Pro Manager. Each week we'll be putting a different league under the spotlight.
Predicted line-ups for Southampton v QPR at the wrong end of the table. Bobby Zamora is ruled out for the visitors.
Honduran defender Maynor Figueroa was the top points scoring player this weekend with eight points for a goal, an assist and a clean sheet. Wigan secured a vital 3-0 win over relegation rivals Reading. Plus assist decisions!
They may be second and third in the Premier League, but dark clouds hang over Manchester City and Chelsea ahead of their clash on Sunday. Vincent Kompany and John Terry could start after injury.
As if from nowhere the Insider Eye has returned to guide your fantasy football team through the Premier League weekend. Heed its wisdom.
Forgotten winger Nani inspired Manchester United to victory over Reading last night and scored five FA Cup points. Nani entered the game from the bench after Phil Jones injured his ankle and played a part in both United goals.