England defender Glen Johnson is expected to return for Liverpool against Swansea on Sunday. The attacking right-back has been missing since the end of January with an ankle injury.
Now that the Transfer Window has been slammed firmly shut and the distractions of the FA Cup have passed, the Insider Eye can get back to doing what it does best, namely throwing fantasy football suggestions at the wall hoping that something sticks.
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor was the top scoring player from the midweek matches with eight points. The rejuvenated front-man was involved in three of the four goals put past Newcastle.
Chelsea captain John Terry will miss the league leaders’ trip to West Brom on Tuesday. The former England defender is still battling the injury that kept him out of the win over Newcastle.
Skilful midfielder Eden Hazard was the top scoring player at the weekend with nine magnificent points. The brilliant Belgian carved through the Newcastle defence on his way to a hat-trick for Chelsea.
England winger Andros Townsend could finally make his long-awaited comeback for Tottenham this weekend. The wide midfielder hasn't started a Premier League game since the start of November.
The Insider Eye has picked out the best 10 late arrivals and has given its fantasy football verdict on the players who managed to find a new club before the window slammed shut.
Powerful defender Branislav Ivanovic led Chelsea to victory over title rivals Manchester City last night and was rewarded with six Fantasy League points. The Serbian international smashed home the only goal of the game in the 32nd minute.
England international Rickie Lambert was the top scoring player at the weekend with seven points following Southampton's stylish 3-0 win at Fulham. The target-man was involved all three Saints goals.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has been ruled out for another six weeks following a recurrence of his thigh injury. Leaders Manchester City are expected to be without Sergio Aguero when they take on title rivals Chelsea on Monday night.
The January Transfer Window is closing fast and Premier League managers have been desperately searching for new strikers to improve their chances in the battles for survival, Europe and the title.
Liverpool crushed local rivals Everton 4-0 in the Merseyside derby on Tuesday night and Daniel Sturridge scored two goals worth six points. The England international calmly found the back of the net twice in two minutes.