With the Premier League season just 35 days away and the transfer window now open it's going to be a busy few weeks for Premier League managers who are furiously trying to strengthen their squads ahead of the big kick-off.
A final day hat-trick secured nine points for Didier Drogba as Chelsea pulverised Wigan 8-0 to clinch the Premier League title. The Ivory Coast powerhouse scored his 29th league goal of the season to top the goal charts and the Fantasy League points rankings with a colossal 113 points.
Chelsea are within touching distance of winning the Premier League and should score plenty of goals against Wigan this weekend. Salomon Kalou has been in great form recently and will surely prosper from any final day goal rush.
The Insider Eye takes a sneak peak at the Bank Holiday weekend's Premier League action. In the battle for fourth place Aston Villla and Manchester City go head to head, taking centre stage away from Liverpool v Chelsea. 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. Chelsea and United both win so no change at the top, the race for fourth tightens, Burnley and Hull go down.
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.
Tim Cahill continues Everton's resurgence with three goals in a week. The Australian international virtually secured Everton's four points this week with two goals at Aston Villa and the winner at Blackburn for nine Fantasy League points.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. United beat City and Chelsea slip-up at Tottenham to keep the respective races for the title and fourth place alive.
Bolton midfielder Matt Taylor was the top points scoring player at the weekend with six points. Taylor struck twice in the last 10 minutes as Bolton came back from a goal down to beat Stoke 2-1 and move further away from the drop zone.
It didn't take Robin van Persie long to remind Arsenal fans what they'd been missing when he made his long awaited comeback from injury on Wednesday night. The technically gifted Dutchman came into the game in the 68th minute after five months on the sidelines and instantly excelled with a delightful first touch.
Everton midfielder Tim Cahill was the top points scoring player last night with six points for his brace against Aston Villa. Tottenham dented their rivals Arsenal's title hopes by winning the North London derby 2-1 and debutant Danny Rose scored a cracker.