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.
Defending champions Manchester City lived up to that prefix last night by beating rivals and 2013 title winners in waiting Manchester United 2-1. The blue half of Manchester came out on top thanks to Sergio Aguero's brilliant solo effort.
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.
Last week we told you to pick Kone and Southampton players, which are the kind of predictions Mark Lawrenson can only dream of. Can we repeat that success seven days later? You'll have to read on to find out...
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.
The fight for Premier League survival hots up this weekend when rock-bottom QPR go to Aston Villa in a crucial relegation six pointer. Adel Taarabt, Armand Traore and Julio Cesar are all available for the visitors.
There may not be an English presence in the Champions League any more, but that's okay it means we can all concentrate on the battles at the top and bottom of the Premier League instead.
Luis Suarez and Andros Townsend both scored five points during the weekend's Premier League action, while Man City's Carlos Tevez hauled in a massive 13 points in the FA Cup.
It's a vital weekend at the wrong end of the Premier League with relegation six-pointers dominating the fixture list. Meanwhile in the FA Cup quarter-finals, Roberto Mancini won't risk Sergio Aguero or Vincent Kompany.