Yeah, that's right we've gone for Fernando Torres
At this late stage of the season one brave decision could be the difference between success and failure.
It's the managers that have the confidence and the audacity to make a bold selection that will make up ground at the top or move away from the bottom.
With only nine rounds of Premier League games left on the fixture list one transfer and one goal glut could lead you down the path to glory.
So who should Fantasy League managers turn to?
Who is the one that will transform your team from also-rans to champions?
Well, if you're daring enough and can spare the transfer, Fernando Torres could be the man to turn your season around.
The much maligned Spanish striker finally brought an end to his 24-match goal drought by scoring twice against Leicester City.
After waiting 25 hours and 41 minutes to register his sixth (and then seventh) goal of the campaign (although one of them was for Spain) Torres' relief, and that of the Chelsea fans, was clear to see, but his next goal could be even more important.
If Torres has to endure another long wait for a goal, such a barren streak could be even more damaging to his morale.
The former Liverpool and Atheltico Madrid front-man did enough to keep his place for Wednesday's Manchester City encounter and worked selflessly for his team in attack.
His efforts weren't rewarded with a goal, but his inclusion for such a vital encounter suggests he's moved ahead of Didier Drogba in the Chelsea pecking order.
The Blues have improved dramatically under Roberto Di Matteo's stewardship, winning four in a row before suffering a late defeat to City, and Torres could rekindle his best form if they continue to impress.
Chelsea face a Tottenham side that are struggling to recapture their early-season promise, and have conceded 10 goals in four league outings, on Saturday before playing three of the bottom five between now and the final day.
Just think, five goals for Torres, who has a battle on to win a place in Spain's Euro 2012 squad, before the Premier League breaks up for the summer, could make a massive difference to your Fantasy League fortunes.
Will Fernando Torres score against Tottenham? Will he score again this season? And, who will finish in the top four? Have your say, leave a comment below.