Liverpool the Team to Avoid, surely not? Find out why and more in this week's Fantasy League Insider
Team To Watch – Man Utd
No Cristiano Ronaldo, no Carlos Tevez, no problem.
Manchester United let two of world football's most celebrated names leave in the summer, and have already returned to the top of the Premier League pile just seven games into the new season.
Sir Alex Ferguson called on his charges to make up for the loss of Ronaldo, and to a lesser extent Tevez, as a unit and the likes of Wayne Rooney, Darren Fletcher and even Dimitar Berbatov have all raised their games this season.
Berbatov was sensational during the first half of the midweek Champions League win against Wolfsburg, producing a myriad of flicks and turns in a wonderfully composed display, but the star of the show this campaign has been the never-ending Ryan Giggs.
Saturday's opponents Sunderland have made huge strides under Steve Bruce's tutelage and will cause United problems, only to return to the North East empty handed with the points remaining in Manchester.
Team to Avoid – Liverpool
Neither Liverpool or Chelsea were particularly impressive in their midweek Champions League outings and the pair will have to be a whole lot better when they meet at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Rafael Benitez's men are under a huge amount of pressure having already lost twice in the league this season and would probably settle for a draw.
Chelsea will have Didier Drogba back from his European suspension to continue his blossoming partnership with Nicholas Anelka and the Blues may have a little too much for Liverpool who have not kept a clean sheet on their travels thus far this season.
Banker Clean Sheet – Burnley
It may sound strange to propose a team that conceded five goals in its last game as the Banker Clean Sheet, but then Burnley are a completely different team at home and away.
On their travels in the Premier League they are yet to win, yet to score and have conceded 15 goals in just four games.
However at home, where they play fantastic and incisive football, they have won three out of three including unforgettable wins against Everton and Manchester United.
They've only conceded once at Turf Moor, where giant goalkeeper Brian Jensen seems to fill the tiny stadium let alone the frame of the goal, and Saturday's visitors Birmingham have only scored four times all season.
Tottenham's in-form striker Jermain Defoe is a doubt for the trip to Bolton due the wrist injury that forced him off in the win over Burnley last weekend.
Arsenal midfielder Denilson will be sidelined for another two months after it was discovered he fractured a bone in his back in the defeat at Manchester City last month.
Bolton striker Johan Elmander is set for another spell on the sidelines after picking up a hamstring injury playing for the reserves on Monday.
Manchester United striker Michael Owen could miss around three weeks of action, ruling him out of England's final World Cup qualifiers, after aggravating his groin in United's Champions League tie in midweek.
Chelsea will be without suspended Petr Cech for the visit of Liverpool after his red card last weekend.
Finally, Manchester City have been successful in their appeal over Emmanuel Adebayor's improper conduct charge.
The Togo striker has been handed a fine and a suspended two game suspension meaning he is free to face Aston Villa on Monday night.