Last week we told you to pick Kone and Southampton players, which are the kind of predictions Mark Lawrenson can only dream of. Can we repeat that success seven days later? You'll have to read on to find out...
Arsenal forward Gervinho was the top points scoring player from the Easter weekend with seven points. The erratic winger terrorised relegation threatened Reading and ran off with a goal and two assists from the 4-1 win.
The international break has given way to a Bank Holiday weekend, and with a full set of Premier League fixtures to savour it's clear which we prefer at Fantasy League HQ.
Spanish full-back Nacho Monreal was the top scoring player at the weekend with six points. The Arsenal defender broke the deadlock against Swansea.
The fight for Premier League survival hots up this weekend when rock-bottom QPR go to Aston Villa in a crucial relegation six pointer. Adel Taarabt, Armand Traore and Julio Cesar are all available for the visitors.
There may not be an English presence in the Champions League any more, but that's okay it means we can all concentrate on the battles at the top and bottom of the Premier League instead.
For the first time in Fantasy League Pro history, we're giving you unrestricted access to the clandestine world of the Pro Manager. Each week we'll be putting a different league under the spotlight.
The FA Cup quarter-finals get in the way of the Premier League this weekend, but there are vital matches for those at the wrong end of the table. Reading and Aston Villa come face to face, while defeats for Norwich, Southampton and Stoke could see them dragged into the mire.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Robin van Persie has recovered from a hip injury and could face Norwich. That and other headlines, all in one place.
The Insider Eye is looking even more smug than usual this week after what can only be described as a predictive storm. Your favourite fantasy football pundit showed Mark Lawrenson how it should be done with five player recommendations resulting in points. Get in!
Welsh wizard Gareth Bale was at his brilliant best again for Tottenham last night and collected six points after scoring yet another late winner against West Ham. Bale capitalised on a Hammers mistake to put Spurs ahead and struck a sensational second in the 90th minute.