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.
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They may be second and third in the Premier League, but dark clouds hang over Manchester City and Chelsea ahead of their clash on Sunday. Vincent Kompany and John Terry could start after injury.
It's been away for several weeks, but after a few assist discussions at the weekend it's time for Assists Explained to make its comeback. Emmanuel Adebayor gets the assist for Gareth Bale's second.
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.
With just 13 games to go, points are at a premium and we're not talking about three points for a win, oh no, three points for a goal is what really matters. The Insider Eye is back, read on for it's prophecy.
Gareth Bale could start up front for Tottenham if Emmanuel Adebayor doesn't return from Africa in time to face Newcastle in Saturday's early kick-off. Spurs are already without Jermain Defoe because of an ankle injury.
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.