Now that the international break is out of the way and England have booked their place at next year's football party in Brazil, it's time to return to what really matters, your fantasy football team.
West Ham won at White Hart Lane for the first time in 14 years on Sunday and central defender Winston Reid scored six points. The New Zealand international put the Hammers ahead and bagged a clean sheet.
Joe Hart is expected to keep his place in goal for Manchester City against Everton despite questions being asked about the England No. 1's form. The City stopper had a game to forget in midweek.
The Insider Eye is back with another look ahead at the weekend's Premier League action. We start with clean sheets, drop in on Hull and finish with another defender. Take whatever you need.
Powerful striker Romelu Lukaku pulverised Newcastle on his Everton home debut and scored eight points on Monday night. The Belgian bagged two goals and an assist in a sensational first half display.
Skilful Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge was the top scoring player at the weekend with seven points. Reunited with strike partner Luis Suarez, Sturridge was involved in all three goals the Reds put past Sunderland.
Luis Suarez will make his Premier League comeback on Sunday when Liverpool go to Sunderland after serving his 10-match ban. The Uruguayan returned to action against Manchester United on Wednesday.
There's only one way to start this week's Insider Eye and that's by stating the obvious. Luis Suarez is back and he'll score goals, lots of goals, so you'd better sign him straight away or risk missing out on a big points haul.
Clinical striker Sergio Aguero scored six points as Manchester City destroyed rivals Manchester United 4-1. The reigning champions were overpowered by the vibrant City attack and Aguero was on target either side of half-time.
A look over the team news headlines ahead of the weekend's Premier League action. Philippe Coutinho has been ruled out with a should injury and the Manchester derby is the star attraction.
Concentrating on a solid defence seems to be frowned upon these days. Purists are on a constant search for attacking football nirvana, but leaking goals never got anyone anywhere especially when there are clean sheets to be won.
Young midfielder Jonjo Shelvey played a part in all four goals in last night's 2-2 draw between Swansea and Liverpool, collecting five Fantasy League points. Shelvey took advantage of some slack Liverpool defending to put the Swans ahead but soon repaid the favour.