Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh was the top points scoring player from the midweek Premier League matches with six points. The target man got both goals in the 2-0 win away at plucky Wolves.
Mid-table makeweights Bolton and Stoke have a reputation for playing direct, long ball football and are known for power, rather than guile. However, they have now embraced the way of the winger.
Dean Whitehead scored the winner for Stoke in a lively game against Birmingham, which ended 3-2, while Tottenham and Sunderland played out a 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane.
Scottish Under-21 international Barry Bannan is the latest in a line of youngster's to come through the ranks at Aston Villa, and make a mark in the first-team. He scored his first Fantasy League points at the weekend and will look to build on those in the coming weeks.
Bolton striker Kevin Davies top-scored with eight Fantasy League points for two goals and an assist, but four other players also found the net twice this weekend. Mike was the top-scoring Classic manager of the week while Kevan Woodgate topped the Pro rankings.
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 wins for Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City, but Arsenal and Spurs were defeated.
Powerful striker Kevin Davies was the top points scoring player at the weekend with eight points. The hardworking front-man hit the back of the net twice and created another as Bolton beat Tottenham 4-2.
Chelsea's Frank Lampard has had his return date pushed back once again meaning he won't face Liverpool this weekend, but Florent Malouda is expected to be fit. Elsewhere, Rooney flies to America, van der Vaart a doubt and Villa have striker crisis.
The latest edition of the Fantasy Football Show is ready for your eardrums. This month we speak to Mick McCarthy about his troublesome Professional League and have an exclusive snippet from Ian Holloway’s new reality television show.
Having conceded 79 league goals last season, Wigan boss Roberto Martinez decided it was time for a new keeper in the summer. Ali Al Habsi was that man, signed from Bolton on loan, and he is the Defensive Player of the Week.
A lot is made nowadays of Premier League managers signing players without watching them play in the flesh and relying on a DVD put together by an agent who wants a cut of any deal. But that's just how Ian Holloway snared Elliot Grandin.
Following yet another successful week of fantasy football predictions, the Insider Eye has got cocky and thinks West Brom will beat Manchester City. Find out why, plus injury news.