Following yet another successful week of fantasy football predictions, the Insider Eye has got cocky and thinks West Brom will beat Manchester City. Find out why, plus injury news.
Chelsea showed great resilience to come from a goal down to win at Blackburn and remain five points clear at the top of the Premier League. Branislav Ivanovic netted the winner six minutes from time.
Load your team with upwardly mobile Everton and Arsenal players, but stay clear of Birmingham. So says the all-seeing Insider Eye. Plus the injury and suspension latest...
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 there were wins for Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and a rare one for Liverpool.
Poacher Javier Hernandez snared six points for two goals as Manchester United beat Stoke 2-1. The Mexican put United ahead with a stunning header and tapped home a late winner.
Didier Drogba, Cesc Fabregas, Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres all return to action this weekend. Read a summary of all the rest of the team news here.
The Insider Eye is looking rather smug today following last week's successful fantasy football forecasts. Will it continue its fine form into the weekend? Oh, and injury news.
Carlos Tevez and Charles N'Zogbia top-scored this week with two goals each, for six Fantasy League points. Fantasy League managers Mark Williams and Dave Smith were the top-scoring managers in Classic and Pro.
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 there were wins for Arsenal and Tottenham but Chelsea and Manchester United were held and Liverpool lost again.
Welcome to the Chilli Guide - our weekly guide to which players you should be looking to bring into your team and who you should be avoiding. Who decides on the chillis and snowflakes? you may ask. You do - the guide is based on the number of times a player is transferred in and out, by you the Fantasy League Classic managers.
Written off before the season had even begun, promoted upstarts West Brom and Blackpool have ridiculed the footballing establishment with their shock starts to the new campaign. But should we be that surprised that the newly promoted sides have made such a good start to the new campaign?
Fantasy League use the international break to bring you the third Fantasy League England team of the 2010/11 season. This is how the England team would line up against Montenegro next week if Fabio Capello picked his team purely based on Fantasy League points.