Liverpool are the Team to Watch this weekend despite their recent traumas and Tottenham look good for a clean sheet. Meanwhile dangers sirens surround Wolves and the never ending injuries and suspensions round-up
With so many of the game's best performing players struck down by injury Fantasy League managers will be making moves in the transfer market this week when the Premier League returns, following the international break.
With so much media attention directed towards the big four and, because of the competitive nature of the league this season, the magnificent seven, it's easy to overlook the smaller clubs. Here are some of the best budget buys of the 2009/10 season so far.
The most trophy laden football managers build their teams around a solid defence knowing that keeping a clean sheet is the first step towards recording a win. Historically getting the defence right has always been a priority for Fantasy League managers too, well until this season anyway.
Fantasy League use the international break to bring you the third Fantasy League England team of the 09/10 season. This is how the England team would line up against Brazil in Qatar if Fabio Capello picked his team purely based on Fantasy League points.
Aston Villa pair John Carew and James Milner top score this week. The duo bagged seven points each for a goal and two assists in the 5-1 win over Bolton.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. John Terry fired Chelsea five points clear at the top while Arsenal and Villa win big. Tottenham revert to winning ways to remain in the top four.
Team news ahead of Stoke's trip to Hull on Saturday. Geovanni is banned for the Tigers while Sonko is ineligible. Huth is available again for Stoke, but will he get his place back?
The Fantasy League Insider looks ahead at the weekend ahead picking the Team to Watch, the Team to Avoid and the Banker Clean Sheet. Plus there's the latest injury news and a lengthy list of players out through suspension.
Arsenal's Robin van Persie is involved in all three goals as the Gunners beat Tottenham 3-0, Portsmouth's Aruna Dindane is also amongst the points with a hat-trick and an assist in the 4-0 win over Wigan.
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 weekend, Liverpool suffer their fifth defeat, are reduced to nine men and see Chelsea, United and Arsenal win big.
The Fantasy League insider returns to gaze ahead at the weekend's fixtures and predict which teams will do well (Sunderland and Stoke) and which won't (West Ham), plus the always useful injury and suspension news.