Liverpool striker Luis Suaraz was the top-scoring player this weekend, netting his first Anfield hat-trick during the Reds' 4 - 1 victory over West Brom.
Robin van Persie is set to feature as Manchester United take on Stoke on Saturday afternoon. The Dutch striker missed United's Champions League victory over Real Sociedad but he has been given a clean bill of health to line up this weekend.
Wayne Rooney, Glen Johnson and Sunday's two massive games are what this week's edition of the Insider Eye are all about. Read on for fantasy football wisdom.
Costa Rican forward Bryan Ruiz picked up four points last night as Fulham thrashed Crystal Palace but his efforts were overshadowed by two wonder goals from Pajtim Kasami and Steve Sidwell.
Skilful forwards Eden Hazard and Sergio Aguero were the top scoring players in a weekend full of goals with eight apiece. The dynamic duo bagged a brace and picked up an assist.
Spanish midfielder Santi Cazorla is expected to return for Arsenal this weekend after spending a month on the sidelines. The crafty playmaker will be involved against lowly Norwich for the league-leading Gunners.
Now that the international break is out of the way and England have booked their place at next year's football party in Brazil, it's time to return to what really matters, your fantasy football team.
West Ham won at White Hart Lane for the first time in 14 years on Sunday and central defender Winston Reid scored six points. The New Zealand international put the Hammers ahead and bagged a clean sheet.
Joe Hart is expected to keep his place in goal for Manchester City against Everton despite questions being asked about the England No. 1's form. The City stopper had a game to forget in midweek.
The Insider Eye is back with another look ahead at the weekend's Premier League action. We start with clean sheets, drop in on Hull and finish with another defender. Take whatever you need.
Powerful striker Romelu Lukaku pulverised Newcastle on his Everton home debut and scored eight points on Monday night. The Belgian bagged two goals and an assist in a sensational first half display.
Skilful Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge was the top scoring player at the weekend with seven points. Reunited with strike partner Luis Suarez, Sturridge was involved in all three goals the Reds put past Sunderland.