While Arsenal full-back Bacary Sagna has often been the provider of assists, we wonder if Frenchman can keep attacking while facing the sternest of tests this weekend, in Gareth Bale.
The Fantasy League Insider returns and predicts a rare West Brom clean sheet. It also thinks Chelsea may struggle again but Wayne Rooney could return to Manchester United. Plus there's injury and suspension news.
Peter Crouch came off the bench to score a consolation goal for England as they were beaten 2-1 by France. Elsewhere there were goals for Kranjcar, Kalinic, Chamakh and Pedersen.
Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden has offered plenty of work-rate and tenacity with little reward, for Fantasy League managers who took a punt on him at the start of the season, until now.
With a Fantasy League game week running from Tuesday to Monday, there were two sets of fixtures in Week 14 and so some big scores were achieved.
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 Arsenal were the big movers as Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City dropped points.
Welsh wonder Gareth Bale was the top points scoring player at the weekend with seven points. The Tottenham starlet scored two goals and grabbed an assist in the 4-2 win over Blackburn.
Frank Lampard will be out for a further two or three weeks after picking up a leg muscle injury in training on Thursday. Read this and all the other latest team news here...
Newcastle United full-back Danny Simpson is now a regular in the first team and, after several decent performances, is being tipped for a surprise England call-up. With the squad being named on Saturday, he is the Defensive Player to watch this week.
Wigan are building an unwanted reputation for being unpredictable because they have the potential to win one weekend only to lose embarrassingly the next. However, one thing that remains constant is the form of Charles N’Zogbia.
The Fantasy League Insider returns and demands that Wolves finally win. It also thinks Birmingham are shoddy and Chelsea are rather good. Plus there's injury news to add to the insight.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. There were eight games on Wednesday night when Chelsea and Arsenal both won but United, City and Liverpool could only draw.