Juan Mata could make his debut for Manchester United when they host Cardiff at Old Trafford on Tuesday night after completing his £37.1m move from Chelsea. The silky Spaniard may even be joined in the starting 11 by Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney.
Buccaneering full-back Seamus Coleman will miss Everton's FA Cup trip to Stevenage with a hamstring injury but should return for Tuesday's Merseyside derby. The Irishman has been a popular fantasy football selection this season.
The January Transfer Window really sparked into life over the past few days with the rumoured sale of Juan Mata to Manchester United. The Insider Eye takes another look at the latest movers and assumes the £37m deal will go through.
There weren't many Fantasy League points on offer as West Brom and Everton played out a tight 1-1 draw at the Hawthorns on Monday night. The visitors took the lead through Kevin Mirallas in Pepe Mel's first game in charge.
Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o was the top scoring player at the weekend with nine points after leading the Blues to victory over Manchester United.
Skilful striker Sergio Aguero is available for Manchester City after his injury absence and could go straight into the starting 11 that faces Cardiff. The Argentina international has already plundered 13 league goals this season despite missing a month with a calf problem.
The Player List has been updated with the latest additions. Who will you sign? After a slow start the January Transfer Window has begun to gather some momentum. The Insider Eye has taken a look at the week's new arrivals.
Industrious playmaker Jack Wilshere inspired Arsenal to victory at Aston Villa on Monday night and walked away with five points. The Englishman opened the scoring and recorded an assist.
Wing wizard Adam Johnson was the top scoring player at the weekend with a sensational 11 points from Sunderland's emphatic 4-1 win over Fulham.
Midfield powerhouse Yaya Toure is a doubt for Manchester City's trip to Newcastle on Sunday. The Ivorian international suffered an ankle injury in midweek.
The January transfer window hasn't exactly exploded into life yet, but a few players have started to make themselves comfortable in their new homes. A familiar face has returned to Craven Cottage with Clint Dempsey arriving from America.
Newcastle will be without two first choice defenders when they take on Cardiff and their new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Meanwhile, Mesut Ozil could return from a shoulder injury for Arsenal to face North London rivals Tottenham.