The FA Cup may take centre stage this weekend, but there are still six Premier League matches to keep your Fantasy League team ticking over.
When Chelsea splashed out £50m for Fernando Torres in January, boss Carlo Ancelotti was left with a predicament, five forward players to fit into three slots. The out-of-form Spaniard keeps getting selected ahead of Didier Drogba, but surely that has to change....
In the two games Michael Turner has played in since returning from injury, he has conceded eight goals and scored a terrible -6 points. However, with a trip to fellow strugglers Birmingham up next, Sunderland and Turner have a chance to kick-start a faltering campaign.
A few Premier League games are missing this weekend, thanks to the pesky FA Cup, but that won't stop the Insider Eye! It's a Merseyside special: We've got Everton and Liverpool, plus a little bit of Lancashire, courtesy of Blackpool, thrown in for good measure.
John Flanagan was thrown in at the deep end on Monday night when he was handed a surprise Liverpool debut, at Anfield, against Manchester City. He impressed in the match and looks to have a bright future.
Find out who topped the Professional and Classic weekly standings for game week 35, and the 11 players who make it into the Team of the Week.
Andy Carroll got off the mark for his new club with a brace against Manchester City, to earn him six Fantasy League points, as Liverpool ran out comfortable 3-0 winners on Monday night.
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 there was no change at the top but West Brom and Aston Villa pick up vital wins down the bottom.
Livewire striker Peter Odemwingie was the top points scoring player at the weekend with seven points. he West Brom forward scored a goal and an assist in the action packed 3-2 win over Sunderland that all but secured the Baggies' top flight survival.
Rooney misses the match against Fulham, Gerrard is ruled out for the season and Liverpool big problems in defence. Read all the team news headlines here, ahead of the action this weekend.
Many of the headlines involving Arsenal over the last few weeks have been about their defence, be it calamitous errors, injuries to key players or veterans coming out of retirement to plug gaps. But their defence should still not be overlooked for your Fantasy League team.
Adam Johnson marked his return from injury with a delightful goal against Sunderland, cutting inside onto his trusty left-foot and firing into the far corner. Now is the time to follow Roberto Mancini's lead and bring Johnson back into your team.