Another Bank Holiday weekend means another early Insider Eye. This week it foresees good times for Liverpool and Fulham, but can't predict Sir Alex's starting 11. Plus, there's an injury and suspension update.
A vast array of attacking talent at Manchester City has not obscured the star quality of the ever-present workhorse in the heart of their defence.
West Brom look set to survive their first season back in the Premier League and Peter Odemwingie is one of the main reasons why.
Find out who topped the Professional and Classic weekly standings for game week 37, and the 11 players who make it into the Team of the Week.
Stoke captain Ryan Shawcross scored six points last night as the FA Cup finalists cruised to a 3-0 win over struggling Wolves. The powerful defender added a goal to the clean sheet, while right-winger Jermaine Pennant scooped five points for a goal and an assist.
Three points was a popular score for Manchester City players last night as they got the better of Blackburn by a single goal to nil. Despite a strong start City had to wait until the dying stages for a winner when Edin Dzeko finally scored his first Premier League goal for the club.
The Goals Guide reviews all the Easter goals so you know where all the weekend assists went. Tamir Cohen got a late winner for Bolton to end Arsenal's title hopes, Chelsea smashed Wigan, Liverpool slaughtered Birmingham and Manchester United maintain lead.
Argentina international Maxi Rodriguez was the top points scoring player over the course of the bank holiday weekend with nine points. The technically gifted midfielder grabbed a hat-trick as Liverpool thrashed Birmingham 5-0.
Big matches at the top and bottom of the table will focus the attention over the bank holiday. Liverpool are sweating on the fitness of two key players while Manchester United could have two defenders back.
Tottenham midfielder Rafael van der Vaart and Chelsea winger Florent Malouda top scored on Wednesday night with two goals each, for six Fantasy League points. Van der Vaart twice pulled Spurs back level in an epic North London derby Arsenal, which ended 3-3, while Malouda netted twice as Chelsea beat Birmingham 3-1.
Wigan looked destined for life in the Championship until they beat fellow strugglers Blackpool at Bloomfield Road last weekend. Hugo Rodallega set them on their way in that game and he is the Attacking Player of the Week this week.
In previous seasons Jose Reina, or Pepe to his friends, has been one of the most popular Fantasy League selections. But after his popularity dwindled, it's now time to bring him back into your team thanks to Liverpool's resurgence.