Dutch master Robin van Persie was the top points scoring player at the weekend with an extraordinary 13 points. The Arsenal striker bagged a brilliant hat-trick and collected two assists in the 7-1 destruction of Blackburn.
The main focus will be on Anfield on Monday night to see if Luis Suarez returns to the Liverpool starting line-up, for their game against Tottenham, following an eight-game ban. This, and all the other team news, can be found here...
Following its FA Cup enforce hiatus the Insider Eye is back and it means business! Now that the distractions of knockout competitions and transfer windows are behind us, let's concentrate on the fantasy football.
The Goals Guide takes a look back at the action from Wednesday night. We review all the goals and explain any dubious assists as Arsenal's winless streak continued, Sunderland kept up their decent form and Newcastle surged back up the table.
The FA Cup fourth round has thrown up some intriguing ties, with a clash between two north-west giants, a battle for local bragging rights in West London, and a rip-roaring Wear-Tees derby.
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 week, Manchesters United and City beat Arsenal and Tottenham respectively. Villa win the midlands derby at Wolves thanks to Keane and Fulham hit five against Newcastle.
It's Manchester versus North London this weekend, with Tottenham and Arsenal looking to put the hammerings from earlier in the season behind them. Read all the latest team news headlines here...
American international Landon Donovan has slotted straight back into the Everton side and looks like he hasn't been away, despite it being two years since he last set foot at Goodison Park.
Peter Crouch approves of the Insider Eye's selections this week and that's because the all-knowing orb thinks his Potters will batter the Baggies. Newcastle and Wolves also get a mention, plus there's Injury News!
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 week, Swansea stunned Arsenal, Blackburn moved out of the relegation zone, while Spurs and Liverpool dropped points.
Wing wonder Nathan Dyer was the top points scoring player at the weekend with five points. The diminutive wide-man inspired Swansea to a sensational 3-2 win over previous pass-masters Arsenal, collecting a goal and an assist.
The creation of the January transfer window has been great for some, most noticeably Sky Sports News and Robbie Keane, but the incessant transfer speculation means the first month of the year is now known in football circles as the Silly Season.