Alex Ferguson has dismissed suggestions that Wayne Rooney has a knee injury and declared the in-form striker fit to face Bolton. Media reports claimed Rooney had an inflamed tendon, but Ferguson said there is nothing wrong with the Premier League's top scorer.
England right-back showing encouraging signs ahead of the summer, despite initial fears that his knee injury could force him to World Cup. Glen Johnson is back playing again and showing no repercussions and he is the defensive player to watch this week.
It's almost as if Everton have been waiting all year for matador midfielder Mikel Arteta to return to the fold. David Moyes' side were ravaged by injury for the opening months of the season and it's only now, with Arteta orchestrating from the centre of the park, that they are back to their very best.
The Insider Eye puts its neck on the line by predicting a win for West Ham against Stoke. Elsewhere, there's a clean sheet looming for Tottenham and Birmingham will lose a third straight game. Plus the injury and suspension latest.
Chelsea improved their goal difference by thrashing Pompey while Villa and City slip up in the race for fourth. Carlo Ancelotti's men won their game in hand on their rivals, hammering Portsmouth 5-0 to move back into second place in the league.
Only once have the so called 'big four' been breached, but this season offers a great opportunity for someone else to join the party. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United have been bracketed into almost a break-away group by the media with the perception being that it's impossible to break into that monopoly.
West Ham slide deeper into trouble with defeat to rivals Wolves on Tuesday night. Some clinical finishing gave Mick McCarthy's men a 3-1 win at Upton Park to move them seven points clear of the relegation zone.
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.
Not many goal or clean sheets around this week meaning a low scoring team all round. Aston Villa's John Carew and Sunderland's Darren Bent were among the few players to score more than three 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. Arsenal were top temporarily before Park ensured Manchester United regained the lead as Chelsea dropped points.
Strike trio John Carew, Darren Bent and Caleb Folan were the top points scoring players at the weekend with six points each. Energetic midfielder Ji-Sung Park got the winner as Manchester United beat rivals Liverpool 2-1.
Tottenham have been hit by the news that Jermain Defoe faces a few weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury. Elsewhere, Arsenal and Manchester United are set to welcome players back.