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.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has been a key player at the back for England in recent major tournaments. There are major concerns over his fitness though ahead of this summer's World Cup. He will be keen to start this weekend and get some minutes under his belt and he is the Defensive Player to watch this week as a result.
It's the final weekend of the Premier League season so it's time for the last Insider Eye of 2009/10. Sad I know, but wipe away those tears and read on to learn which teams you should back or steer clear of when putting together your finishing fantasy football team.
Tottenham beat rivals Manchester City on Wednesday night to secure a Champions League berth for next season with a game to spare. The game that was dubbed as the 'Champions League play-off' was an exciting affair considering what was at stake. In the night's other game, Stoke beat Fulham 1-0.
Tottenham's Tom Huddlestone and Manchester City's Adam Johnson both made key contributions this weekend, but Portsmouth's Michael Brown was the top-scoring player of the week. Brown picked up a goal and two assists, for seven Fantasy League points, in Pompey's 3-1 win over Wolves.
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 close in on the tile while the race fr fourth becomes a two horse race between Tottenham and Manchester City.
Tenacious midfielder Michael Brown was the top points scoring player from the Bank Holiday weekend with seven points. The Portsmouth enforcer set-up the first two goals and bagged the third as the already relegated club beat Wolves 3-1.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini must decide between inexperienced fourth choice keeper Gunnar Nielsen or emergency loan signing Marton Fulop to start in goal for the visit of Aston Villa on Saturday. First choice stopper Shay Given was ruled out for the season after dislocating his shoulder against Arsenal last weekend.
Going into the season, Sol Campbell will have expected a fair bit of press coverage to surround him following his decision leave Portsmouth for League 2 side Notts County. He would have anticipated the sporting media would soon move on and find other stories to cover. He has impressed critics with his recent performances though and he is the Defensive Player of the Week as a result.
Scott Parker's stunning strike defeated Wigan last weekend and made sure that six points and a 23 goal swing separates the Hammers from the drop zone. However, perhaps the real hero of West Ham's battle for survival is Brazilian striker Ilan.
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.
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.