Derbies and title face-offs feature prominently on this week's fixture list, but they're often close run things, meaning you should focus your fantasy football eye elsewhere, take a look around.
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker will have returned to London this week feeling a mixture of delight and frustration. He scored on international duty in the week, but also threw away a 4-0 lead. He must now focus his attention on Arsenal.
Here we go, the Insider Eye is back with an action packed, game-by-game, fantasy football look ahead of all the weekend's Premier League action. Clean sheets, transfer targets and stats, they're all here!
A look back at Tuesday's World Cup qualifiers and friendlies to see which players might be worth a place in your Fantasy League team. England's game was washed out, but the Under 21s secured European Championship qualification.
A look back at Friday's World Cup qualifiers and friendlies to see which players might be worth a place in your Fantasy League team. Manchester United take centre stage.
Find out who topped the Professional and Classic weekly standings for game week 8, and the 11 players who make it into the Team of the Week.
A quartet of defenders lead the way in the Game Week's points charts. Here's how Aleksandar Kolarov, Jonny Evans, Patrice Evra and Steven Caulker showed up their more attacking team-mates.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie became the 23rd player to reach 100 Premier League goals with his hat-trick against Southampton last month and he began climbing the list of greats with his penalty at Liverpool.
The Insider Eye is back with another comprehensive fantasy football preview of every single Premier League game. London derbies bookend the weekend's action, we start with Chelsea's trip to Arsenal and, when it all ends, QPR welcome West Ham on Monday night.
The Premier League season is now under way, but that's no reason to rest on your laurels. There are always tweaks to be made, whether your team started well or badly, and here are some stand-out buys ahead of the weekend's action.
Powerful striker Rickie Lambert bludgeoned two goals past Aston Villa to score six Fantasy League points. England defender Ashley Cole also scored six points as European champions Chelsea left it late to beat Stoke by a solitary goal to nil.