Swansea talisman Michu was the top points scoring player this weekend with a mighty eight points. The Spanish forward had gone four games without hitting the back of the net before grabbing two goals and an assist.
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All-action midfielder Moussa Sissoko inspired Newcastle to victory over Chelsea with two goals worth six points on his home debut. Marouane Fellaini, Christian Benteke and Jimmy Kebe also scored six. Plus assists!
The promise of a new must-have player will have been enough to grab fantasy football enthusiasts' attention on Deadline Day. There are some transfer targets to consider, despite the lack of blockbusting deals.
Reading supersub Adam Le Fondre came to the rescue for the Royals last night and scored six points for his late brace against Chelsea. The European champions were sitting on a two goal lead before Le Fondre netted twice in the dying stages.
Injury news and predicted line ups ahead of Chelsea's trip to Reading on Wednesday night.
Reading winger Garath McCleary was the top scoring player in the FA Cup fourth round with seven points following a weekend full of shocks. McCleary registered a goal and two assists.
Chelsea captain John Terry could start for the first time since November when the FA Cup holders travel to League One neighbours Brentford. Eden Hazard is suspended of course.
Chelsea's injury report and predicted line up ahead of their short trip to Brentford for FA Cup fourth round action.
A relegation remedy, left-backs and Belgium's Golden Generation feature prominently in our fantasy football preview this week. Read on for our all-knowing recommendations!
Southampton came back from two goals down to draw with European champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last night. Goals from Demba Ba and Eden Hazard gave the hosts what looked like an unassailable advantage, only for the Saints to mount an unlikely comeback.