They may be second and third in the Premier League, but dark clouds hang over Manchester City and Chelsea ahead of their clash on Sunday. Vincent Kompany and John Terry could start after injury.
As if from nowhere the Insider Eye has returned to guide your fantasy football team through the Premier League weekend. Heed its wisdom.
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Gareth Bale could start up front for Tottenham if Emmanuel Adebayor doesn't return from Africa in time to face Newcastle in Saturday's early kick-off. Spurs are already without Jermain Defoe because of an ankle injury.
The promise of a new must-have player will have been enough to grab fantasy football enthusiasts' attention on Deadline Day. There are some transfer targets to consider, despite the lack of blockbusting deals.
Spanish international left-back Nacho Monreal could make his debut for Arsenal this weekend after completing a deadline day move from Malaga. The 26-year-old will take over from Kieran Gibbs against Stoke.
Reading supersub Adam Le Fondre came to the rescue for the Royals last night and scored six points for his late brace against Chelsea. The European champions were sitting on a two goal lead before Le Fondre netted twice in the dying stages.
Reading winger Garath McCleary was the top scoring player in the FA Cup fourth round with seven points following a weekend full of shocks. McCleary registered a goal and two assists.
Reigning champions Manchester City closed the gap on rivals Manchester United at the top of the Premier League by beating Fulham and David Silva scored six points. The silky Spaniard notched both goals in the 2-0 win.
A relegation remedy, left-backs and Belgium's Golden Generation feature prominently in our fantasy football preview this week. Read on for our all-knowing recommendations!
Manchester United will be without influential striker Wayne Rooney when they take on old rivals Liverpool in Sunday's derby. The England front-man is still battling a knee injury, but isn't too far away from a return.
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.