Wolves impressed against Chelsea and Manchester United and one player stood out among all others. Flying winger Matt Jarvis has been linked with an England call-up and is the Attacking Player of the Week.
Load your team with upwardly mobile Everton and Arsenal players, but stay clear of Birmingham. So says the all-seeing Insider Eye. Plus the injury and suspension latest...
Fantasy League have our say on FIFA's World Player of the Year shortlist, and put forward some names based on our own unique scoring system.
In the first in a new series of weekly features we study West Brom, who believe attack is the best form of defence, to discover if their players are worth a place in your team.
Man-mountain Nikola Zigic has taken a while to settle in the Premier League, but is now set to show Birmingham fans what he can do. He is sure to be a handful for the Aston Villa defence in the Midlands derby this weekend.
Birmingham City defender Liam Ridgewell and Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez top-scored this week with six Fantasy League points each. Kingsly Annison was the top-scoring Classic manager, while Bob/Nick Cliff/Pasmore 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 Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and a rare one for Liverpool.
Poacher Javier Hernandez snared six points for two goals as Manchester United beat Stoke 2-1. The Mexican put United ahead with a stunning header and tapped home a late winner.
Didier Drogba, Cesc Fabregas, Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres all return to action this weekend. Read a summary of all the rest of the team news here.
A derby day defeat in the first game of a new era must have been hard for Liverpool fans to take, but the sight of yet another young player bursting onto the scene for Everton will only have made matters worse.
Blackpool striker Luke Varney has been a revelation so far this season, but can it continue? The Insider thinks so, and he is the Attacking Player to watch this week.
The Insider Eye is looking rather smug today following last week's successful fantasy football forecasts. Will it continue its fine form into the weekend? Oh, and injury news.