The Goals Guide recounts all the weekend's goals and gives you a rundown of how every assist was awarded, including Everton's third goal against Manchester United.
Midfield dynamo Michael Essien powered his way to six points as Chelsea continued their dominant start to the new campaign. The weekend's top points scorers.
International break sidelines several key players as Tottenham are rocked by the news that Jermain Defoe has been ruled out for three months with damaged ankle ligaments. Read a round-up of the rest of the team news.
If your team hasn’t had the flying start you were looking for, and instead appears to have the forward motion of a bloated Tom Huddlestone after a trip to Burger King, then have a listen to the latest instalment of the Fantasy Football show.
Mexican international Carlos Salcido may be 30 years old, but he is not short of energy and he will be an asset to Fulham at both ends of the field. He is the Defensive Player of the Week.
Few would have expected Sunderland to land the big money move of the transfer window, but the addition of £13m Asamoah Gyan raised a few eyebrows amongst their Premier League counterparts. The Ghanaian is the Attacking Player of the Week.
Chelsea to make it four clean sheets in a row, Newcastle back on home turf and could be in for another big win and more hard times ahead for Wigan. These are the Insider Eye's predictions this week.
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli is set to undergo knee surgery in a bid to cure his ongoing knee problem. The Italian injured lateral meniscus when coming on as a substitute for his debut against Timisoara in the Europa League last month and faces around six weeks on the sidelines.
Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool were left cursing the international break as several high-profile players picked up injuries representing their countries this week. Read a round-up of all the latest injury news.
England produced an impressive display to dispatch Switzerland last night, winning 3-1 in Basel. Wing wizard Adam Johnson was England's star man, showing why he is becoming a must pick your Fantasy League team.
We take a look at how your Fantasy League players performed as qualification for the 2012 European Championship got underway on Friday.
Fantasy League use the international break to bring you the first Fantasy League England team of the 2010/11 season. This is how the England team would line up against Bulgaria and Switzerland if Fabio Capello picked his team purely based on Fantasy League points.