Arsenal thrashed Leyton Orient in their FA Cup fifth round replay with Nicklas Bendtner scoring a hat-trick in the 5-0 win. Meanwhile, Manchester City brushed aside Aston Villa to set up a home tie with Reading in the quarter-finals.
Frank Lampard scored a 79th minute penalty to give Chelsea a 2-1 victory over leaders Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. Meanwhile, Everton were sent crashing out of the FA Cup by Reading in their fifth round clash.
Aston Villa midfielder Ashley Young scored two goals and an assist, for Eight Fantasy League points, and trumps three strikers to be the top scoring player of the week. See the rest of the top scoring players, and find out who topped the Pro and Classic weekly leaderboards.
Carlos Vela came off the bench for the second game in a row to earn a last-gasp 1-1 draw for West Bromwich Albion, this time at Stoke. Rory Delap had earlier headed the home side in front and each of them picked up three Fantasy League points for their efforts.
Despite a fine start to the season, Blackpool have stuttered of late and they have started to slide worryingly down the table. Perhaps Loan signing Sergei Kornilenko could be the man to change their fortunes, following a promising debut against Tottenham.
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 three different clubs held the bottom spot in the Premier League as West Ham and Wolves picked up vital wins.
Attacking midfielder Ashley Young was the top points scoring player at the weekend with eight points. Aston Villa’s creative spark bagged two goals and added an assist in the 4-1 win over Blackburn Rovers.
It’s a F1 team manager’s worst nightmare, his under pressure number two driver has lost his cool and, in a moment of madness, crashed into his team-mate, taking both cars out of the race. However, Fantasy League F1 managers don’t need to worry, their only concern is which six drivers and constructor to select for their team.
Sunday's Carling Cup final between Arsenal and Birmingham City means that there are only eight Premier League matches this weekend. As a result, Manchester United will look to extend their lead at the top of the table, while City can close in on the Gunners, who lie in second place.
A lot was expected of German international midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger when he joined West Ham from Lazio in the summer. He was Avram Grant's first signing, but suffered a nasty injury which has forced him to miss the opening six months of the season.
The only bright spots from Manchester United’s dour 0-0 Champions League draw in Marseille were a clean sheet, a green laser dot and Chris Smalling.
"I get a mention in the Insider Eye, that's amazing," screams Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara. He goes on to say, "they also recommend Bolton's defence but warn Fantasy League managers to stay away from West Brom."