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 were several good results for teams at the bottom, while United extended their lead at the top.
All-action defender David Luiz hit the six points mark as Chelsea beat big spending rivals Manchester City 2-0. The Brazilian opened the scoring with a powerful header and kept a clean sheet.
Several clubs are down to the bare bones as they sign off before the international break. Arsenal, Aston Villa, Birmingham and Manchester United are all short of bodies going into their respective fixtures this weekend.
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West Bromwich Albion midfielder James Morrison was the catalyst for the most crucial result of their season, and they will need more of the same from him in the coming weeks. He is the attacking player to watch.
Few could have possibly imagined that the 2010/11 season would have been this good for Gareth Bale. The young Welshman is now the talk of Europe and is available again following his back injury.
Injury plagued Manchester United takeover the lower half of this week's Insider Eye, but there's still space at the top for Sunderland, Wigan and Everton.
West Ham seemed destined for the drop a few weeks ago, but now have a realistic chance for maintaining their top flight status after going on the offensive. With only nine rounds of matches left to play this season the battle for Premier League survival is hotting up with eight teams separated by just six points.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. The FA Cup took centre stage this weekend, with Manchester United, Manchester City, Bolton and Stoke booking semi-final places.
The Premier League makes up seven of the eight FA Cup quarter-finalists, with Championship Reading the odd one out. Saturday evening's clash between Manchester United and Arsenal is the tie of the round, but both are missing key players.
Southampton's academy has a rich tradition of producing quality youngsters who then go on to make it at a higher level. Jason Puncheon is the latest Southampton youngster making a name for himself in the top-flight, but his story is slightly different to previous prospects.
Everton and Birmingham played out a 1-1 draw in last night’s sole Premier League game and only three players scored any Fantasy League points. Jean Beausejour put Birmingham ahead before Heitinga levelled.