Each day in the lead-up to Christmas Fantasy League will look back to that day in previous seasons. Today we look back at matches from 2001 and 2007.
The news that injury had ruled Rafael Van der Vaart out until the New Year was difficult for Tottenham fans and Fantasy League managers to take. But Jermain Defoe is ready take over the goalscoring responsibility.
Fantasy League, in association with Castelli, are giving you the chance to win one of twenty 2011 Ivory Collection black, matt finish diaries.
After a host of substitute appearances this season Bolton midfielder Mark Davies sprung into life on Saturday, on his first start, as he scored one and made the other in the 2-2 draw with Blackpool. But has he done enough to start against Manchester City?
All 20 Premier League sides scored this weekend, meaning for the first time in Premier League history, there were no clean sheet points scored. There were plenty off attacking points on offer though, plus find out the weekly and monthly winners.
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 Manchester United hit Blackburn for seven while Arsenal also won, but Chelsea and Manchester City dropped points.
Dimitar Berbatov was the top points scoring player at the weekend with an astonishing 15 points. The classy striker smashed five goals past Blackburn.
At least three clubs have been hit with major defensive problems ahead of the games this weekend. Wolves, Sunderland and Newcastle are all without their first-choice central defensive partnerships. Read this and the rest of the key team news here.
For years Leighton Baines has jumped off the page as being an excellent Fantasy League pick, as Everton are relatively solid at the back and he possesses one of the best left-footed crosses in the league. He has started to prove that again in recent weeks and is the Defensive Player to watch as a result.
The Fantasy League enigma, Morten Gamst Pedersen. Time his transfer right and he'll score plenty of points for your team. Miss the hot streak and you'll get nothing.
The Insider Eye has braved the cold to predict the fantasy football future once again. It favours Bolton and thinks Brede Hangeland will keep the Birmingham attack that vanquished Chelsea at bay. Plus a bumper edition of The Injury and Suspension Latest.
Sunderland have played all of the teams that finished in the top seven last season without defeat and, after beating Chelsea, they are in seventh place. So how did tactical mastermind Steve Bruce do it?