With games running out transfers and fantasy football points are more valuable than ever. Anyone who had John Terry in their team in midweek would have been laughing, and not just at the implausibility of his nine point haul.
Once again we're giving you unrestricted access to the clandestine world of the Pro Manager. Each week we'll be putting a different league under the spotlight.
Skilful midfielder Stephane Sessegnon scored five points on Sunday as Sunderland overcame rivals Newcastle in the Tyne-Wear derby. The Benin international put the Black Cats ahead in the 27th minute and set up David Vaughan.
Everton midfielders Marouane Fellaini and Steven Pienaar will return to action this weekend when lowly QPR visit Goodison Park. The influential duo have missed the club's last two matches through suspension.
Throughout the last edition of the Insider Eye we were brashly boasting about the success of our fantasy football predictions from the week before. But then we were brought crashing down to Earth. Time to up our game!
An Arsenal player topped the weekend points scoring charts for the third week in a row and this time it was Tomas Rosicky bringing home the bacon. The Czech Republic midfielder bagged both goals, and six points, as the Gunners beat West Brom.
Tottenham fans and Fantasy League managers alike are sweating over the fitness of star midfielder Gareth Bale. The Welsh wonder twisted his ankle on Thursday night and was carried off on a stretcher.
Arsenal forward Gervinho was the top points scoring player from the Easter weekend with seven points. The erratic winger terrorised relegation threatened Reading and ran off with a goal and two assists from the 4-1 win.
The injury and suspensions headlines ahead of the Easter weekend's Premier League action. Steven Fletcher is out for the season, and Theo Walcott is a week away from a return.
The international break has given way to a Bank Holiday weekend, and with a full set of Premier League fixtures to savour it's clear which we prefer at Fantasy League HQ.
Predicted line ups for Nigel Adkins' first game in charge of Reading at Arsenal. Pavel Pogrebynak returns, but there's no Jack Wilshere or Theo Walcott.