A quick round up of the latest team news ahead of the weekend's games and a predicted Team of the Week. Basically things you need to know when planning your Fantasy League team for the upcoming fixtures.
In this month’s Fantasy Football Show Mark and Ed sort the men from the boys, and look at the games and players likely to score your team a bucket load of points as the skies turn dark and the pitches turn muddy.
One-time England number one Paul Robinson has had a career of ups and downs but with his focus now on purely performing for his club, the Blackburn stopper is re-finding some of his old form. Robinson is the Defensive Player of the Week.
Two years ago an unknown Egyptian striker was banging in the goals and quickly became a Fantasy League must pick, but Steve Bruce's latest pharaoh is something different. All hail Ahmed Elmohamady.
The Insider Eye returns to offer its sage advice. While the rest of you were distracted by the Champions League, the Eye has been gazing into the fantasy football future.
Manchester United and Tottenham legend Teddy Sheringham becomes the latest name to enter the Fantasy League Hall of Fame to mark the 20th anniversary of Fantasy League Professional.
Welcome to the Chilli Guide - our weekly guide to which players you should be looking to bring into your team and who you should be avoiding. Who decides on the chillis and snowflakes? you may ask. You do - the guide is based on the number of times a player is transferred in and out, by you the Fantasy League Classic managers.
West Bromwich Albion were the big winners this week with a fine 3-2 win over Arsenal, but only one of their players makes in into the team of the week. Find out who that is, and who joins him.
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 plenty of shocks, as all of the 'big four' failed to win.
Sharpshooter Darren Bent scored six points at the weekend for his double against Liverpool. The Sunderland hit-man levelled the scores from the penalty spotted and headed home a second in the 2-2 draw.
Michael Williamson is the latest example of how lower league players, particularly defenders, can cut it in the top-flight when called upon. He will look to combat an aerial assault from Stoke this weekend and is the Defensive Player to Watch.