It will be an emotional start to the weekend's Premier League action when Harry Redknapp faces his former team Tottenham in charge of QPR, and then on Sunday it gets serious. Transfers, derbies, tactics, we've got it all.
A run through of the weekend's points scorers from the FA Cup Third Round, featuring Gareth Bale, Demba Ba and Adam Le Fondre. Plus, we discuss assists that are slightly less controversial than Luis Suarez's handball goal.
There were lots of goals this weekend and lots of assists that could promote debate. Here's why we did and didn't award assists in accordance to our rules.
There's always one player who pockets an amazing points tally over the Christmas period and this year it was rejuvenated Arsenal speedster Theo Walcott. 13 points was his reward for a virtuoso display in the Gunners' stunning 7-3 demolition over Newcastle.
With four sets of top flight matches in two weeks, Fantasy League managers will be wishing for a sled-load of Yuletide points from the always hectic Christmas schedule. Here's our seasonal stocking, stuffed full of tips for the festive season.
Midfield marvel Santi Cazorla weaved his magic against Reading last night, scoring 11 points as Arsenal put five past the Royals. The Spanish international bagged a hat-trick and collected an assist from the Gunners dominant 5-2 win.
It's a Tale of Two Captains for the Manchester clubs, with Vincent Kompany rated as doubtful for City while Nemanja Vidic could return for United.
Did you see that? I'm sure something just changed? You're right! It was the Fantasy League Insider Eye. The new streamlined fantasy football preview is ready to guide you through the weekend's selection dilemmas.
Spanish hot-shot Fernando Torres was the top scoring player at the weekend with eight points for two goals and an assist. The Chelsea sharpshooter bagged a brace in the 3-1 win over struggling Sunderland.
The Manchester derby takes centre stage this weekend. The Champions are sweating on the fitness of midfielder David Silva, who is a major doubt with a hamstring injury.
Sunday's Manchester derby takes centre stage, but there are plenty of other massive games at both ends of the table this weekend.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was the top scoring player at the weekend with eight points. Rooney registered a goal and an assist from the rollercoaster 4-3 victory over Reading.