The Premier League saw 41 goals scored in the eight games on Saturday alone and in a double fixture week there were some big Fantasy League points to be had. See the top scoring players of the week here, and also find out who topped the Classic and Pro weekly standings.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. It was a record breaking weekend of goals with 41 scored in the eight matches on Saturday alone.
Everton hotshot Louis Saha was the top points scoring player in a weekend packed full of goals. The Frenchman racked up a sensational 12 points after smashing four past gung-ho Blackpool.
The big match of the weekend sees Fernando Torres make his Chelsea debut against former team Liverpool with Luis Suarez operating as the opposing hitman. Check here for all the team news for this weekend's games, including the imminent return of Tim Cahill to the Everton starting line up.
The Insider Eye is back after its FA Cup break - it went to see Sheffield Wednesday v Hereford - and is ready to make some new and exciting fantasy football predictions. There is some injury news too.
The points from last night's games, featuring Rooney, Anelka, Lampard and Thomas, plus why assists weren't given to Fabregas or Coleman.
Team news ahead of Saturday's match at Goodison Park. Landon Donovan is set to play the final match of his current loan spell while Seamus Coleman has a chance of playing against his former club.
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, Darren Bent got of to the perfect start to his career at Villa Park, while there were hat-tricks for Berbatov and van Persie as United and Arsenal won big.
South African international Steven Pienaar has been granted a work permit and has completed his move to Tottenham. He is now eligible to make his debut in the game against Newcastle on Saturday.
Manchester City went level on points at the top of the Premier League after beating Wolves, while rivals United were held by Tottenham. Elsewhere all of Sunday's derby matches ended in stalemates.
Debuts and derbies will make the headlines this weekend with Liverpool, Birmingham and the North East set to come to a stand-still on Sunday. Elsewhere, the likes of Dzeko, Bridge, Bentley and Santa Cruz will all make fresh starts at new clubs.
The Insider Eye is back for the first time in 2011 after spending the festive period on a metaphysical journey. A football voyage through time and space. The goal, to foresee the fantasy football fortunes of this coming weekend.