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.
A run through of the weekend's points scorers from the FA Cup Third Round, featuring Gareth Bale, Demba Ba and Adam Le Fondre. Plus, we discuss assists that are slightly less controversial than Luis Suarez's handball goal.
Team News for Saturday's FA Cup match where Peterborough host Norwich. The away team are likely to name a number of changes, including Declan Rudd who replaces the impressive Mark Bunn. Elliot Ward, Jacob Butterfield and Simon Lappin could all start having returned from loan spells.
There's always one player who pockets an amazing points tally over the Christmas period and this year it was rejuvenated Arsenal speedster Theo Walcott. 13 points was his reward for a virtuoso display in the Gunners' stunning 7-3 demolition over Newcastle.
Aston Villa titan Christian Benteke was the top scoring player at the weekend with a thunderous eight points. The Belgian striker overpowered Liverpool in a surprise 3-1 win and played a part in all three goals.
It's a Tale of Two Captains for the Manchester clubs, with Vincent Kompany rated as doubtful for City while Nemanja Vidic could return for United.