Colossal centre-back Vincent Kompany will return to anchor the Manchester City defence for tonight's derby clash with Manchester United. The brilliant Belgian missed the weekend win over Fulham through suspension.
In a weekend full of goals in the Premier League it was no surprise to see who came out on top of the Fantasy League points scoring charts. (SPOILER: It was Luis Suarez.)
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has been ruled out of the trip to West Ham on Saturday after suffering a knee injury in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
The Insider Eye is basking in the glory of two successful predictions after last week's recommended points getters Bony and Chamberlain duly obliged with a couple of assists. Will the good times continue to roll for our very own fantasy football soothsayer? There's only one way to find out...
Stoke striker Peter Odemwingie was the top scoring player at the weekend with eight points after playing a part in all three of the goals the Potters put past West Ham. Odemwingie was credited with the opening goal and sealed the 3-1 victory.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero faces a few more weeks on the sidelines with a recurrence of a hamstring injury. The Argentine attacker was withdrawn at half-time during the midweek defeat to Barcelona.
The Insider Eye is back with another glance at the weekend's Premier League fixtures. Want to know where the fantasy football points are going to come from? Well you've come to the right place.
Cardiff City captain Steven Caulker inspired his side to a vital win over relegation rivals Fulham on Saturday and was rewarded with six Fantasy League points. The 22-year-old centre-back put Cardiff ahead just before the break and got his second shortly after the hour mark.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been ruled out for six weeks after suffering an ankle injury while playing for England against Denmark on Wednesday night.
After taking a few sly days off, the Insider Eye is back to guide you through the weekend's Premier League action, well what's left of it anyway. The FA Cup quarter-finals play havoc with the top flight fixtures.
Four-year-old Sunderland fan George Bertie Johnson has had over 75 operations to try and treat a unique, undiagnosed medical condition that has baffled specialists across the UK, and he’s now turning to social media in an attempt to uncover further answers, sponsorship, and maybe a solution to his life-threatening condition.
German forward Andre Schurrle was the top scoring player at the weekend after netting a hat-trick worth nine points. Schurrle coolly converted all three Chelsea goals in the Premier League leaders' 3-1 win.