England top their group while Republic of Ireland have to settle for a play-off place, but Scotland miss out. It's time to take a look back over this, and the rest of the week's action for the International Scouting Report.
Fantasy League celebrated its 20th birthday this summer and so we reminisce about some of the greats of the game from previous years. Over the coming weeks we will look back at each of the 20 seasons we have been running the game and pick out the best XI players of that campaign.
Fantasy Football advice for the month ahead, alongside the usual bizarre fun and games with Darth Vader, The Movie Trailer Guy, and a 'Where's Wally' style game involving Roman Pavlyuchenko.
Jenson Button clinched his third Grand Prix victory of the year but still could not prevent Sebastian Vettel from winning the World Drivers Championship for the second successive year.
Fantasy League use the international break to bring you the second Fantasy League England team of the 2011/12 season. This is how the England team would line up against Montenegro on Friday night if Fabio Capello picked his team purely based on Fantasy League points.
Find out who topped the Professional and Classic weekly standings for game week 7, and the 11 players who make it into the Team of the Week.
Find out who topped the Fantasy Fives weekly standings for game week 8, and the five players who make it into the Team of the Week. Plus, the winner of Game Month 2 is announced.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. This week, there were big wins for Fulham, Chelsea and Manchester City, while Arsenal lost again.
Andy Johnson was the top points scoring player at the weekend after netting a hat-trick as Fulham beat QPR 6 - 0. Frank Lampard also scored three goals as Chelsea demolished Bolton by five goals to one.
Early fears that Wayne Rooney could miss out on Manchester United’s clash with Norwich this weekend, have been dispelled and the striker has been confirmed as available. Elsewhere, the attention is focused on the Merseyside and North London derbies.
Aston Villa have made a habit in recent seasons of opting for experience between the sticks. Thomas Sorensen was 32 when he departed Villa Park, they replaced him with 37-year-old Brad Friedel, and now its 35-year-old Shay Given between the sticks.
Wayne Rooney's sensational start to the new season has made him a Fantasy League must pick. However, the hamstring injury he suffered before the trip to Stoke last weekend has ruled him out of Saturday's clash against new-boys Norwich.