Spanish schemer Santi Cazorla plundered eight points last night as Arsenal condemned Wigan to the Championship. The midfield marvel set up all four Gunners goals.
Once again 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.
Skilful striker Daniel Sturridge was the top scoring player at the weekend with nine points after bagging a stylish hat-trick for Liverpool against Fulham. The England international calmly struck three past the Cottagers.
Frank Lampard is in line to start for Chelsea against Aston Villa, while Yaya Toure and David Silva could both return to the Manchester City line-up for Saturday's FA Cup final.
It's FA Cup Final weekend, and this year sees a special Fantasy League association, with manager of 'Mediocre Medal Winners', David Webb, singing the National Anthem and Abide with Me at Wembley.
A few weeks ago we looked at strikers who could do a job for your fantasy football team in the wake of Luis Suarez's season ending suspension. Now, following the news that Michu will spend the rest of the campaign on the sidelines, it's time to use your last transfer on a midfielder.
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor was the top scoring player from the midweek matches with five points. The Togo international bagged a goal and an assist.
Already relegated Reading enjoyed a memorable 4-2 win away at Fulham and powerful winger Hal Robson-Kanu recorded six points. The Welsh international bagged a brace
Newcastle could be boosted by the return of captain Fabricio Coloccini for their trip to West Ham on Saturday. The Toon Army have plummeted towards the relegation zone and lost 6-0 Liverpool last time out.
In the quest for league places and knockout cup wins, managers will be doing all they can to get those vital fantasy football points. They won't have many transfers left, but one smart could make all the difference.
Brilliant Belgian Christian Benteke scored nine points last night as Aston Villa thrashed Sunderland 6-1 to light up the battle for Premier League survival. Benteke bagged a hat-trick, taking his tally for the season to 18 league goals.
Liverpool duo Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson were the top points scoring players from the weekend with eight points each. The young Englishmen dismissed fears that the Reds would struggle without Luis Suarez.