Tottenham and Manchester City kick-start the 2010-11 Premier League season with a mouth-watering encounter at White Hart Lane at 12:45 on Saturday. Read the latest team news on that and the rest of the opening weekend fixtures.
With 4-3-3 now available in Fantasy League games picking a low cost striker who is regularly among the goals could be the difference between success and failure. The Insider recommends Wolves hitman Steven Fletcher.
Milner nears Man City move, Man Utd sign mystery striker, goakeepers in transfer triangle, roberts on the move, Blackpool strengthen and Chelsea close on Brazilan wonderkid.
The World Cup may already seem like a distant memory, but the shadow it casts over the domestic game has made picking a Fantasy League team for the new season harder than usual.
Former Arsenal captain linked to Tottenham switch, Newcastle Ben Arfa deal nears breakdown, goalkeepers demand transfers, Bellamy threatens to quit, West Ham keep signing players and Blackpool add four.
The O'Neill aftermath, Sporting Gijon defenders in demand, United miss out on Ozil, Arsenal continue defender hunt, Stoke agree striker deal, Caldwell brothers join forces at Wigan and Given in transfer threat.
Alex Ferguson's men beat Chelsea in the traditional season curtain-raiser while there are big wins for Fulham and Arsenal, Mauro Bosselli bags a brace for Wigan and Robbie Keane does the same for Spurs.
Blackburn in sensational Spanish striker swoop, Remy in Tottenham plea, City swap Ireland for Milner, Arsenal continue keeper hunt and Blackpool set to strengthen
Strong, powerful and direct is probably the best way to describe Stoke, a team that have become experts at battling to Premier League results and eventually survival. However, there's more to their game that Delap's long throw.
Adebayor wants to move to Italy, Arsenal turn to Mexes, Blackpool continue striker search, Cole out Coentrao in at Chelsea, United loan update and Liverpool plan City raid.
Fantasy League wanted to suggest a low-cost, under the radar defender for the Insider this week, but no fantasy football manager should underestimate the importance of a quality backline.
Stoke snatch striker wanted by rivals, Brazilian has Chelsea medical, Fabregas staying at Arsenal, Cleverley going to Wigan, Hart in demand, Forlan for City and Owen in Championship loan link.