After getting over the shock of neither of the Premier League's top two making it through the Champions League group stage, the Insider Eye got back to doing what it does best, making fantasy football predictions.
Team to Watch - Norwich
Only goal difference is keeping Norwich out of the top 10, but they can continue their climb up the English football pyramid with a win against Newcastle on Saturday.
The Toon Army made an excellent start to the campaign and many will expect them to get another victory when they travel to Norfolk.
However, the loss of both of their first choice defenders to injury is a massive blow and will drastically weaken the side they put out against the Canaries.
Steven Taylor has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering an Achilles injury against Chelsea, a match in which Newcastle also lost their captain Fabricio Coloccini.
Untested youngster Tamas Kader could line up alongside reserve full-back James Perch in the centre of defence and they'll struggle to cope with the power and aggression of Norwich strikers Steve Morison and Grant Holt.
Team to Avoid - Blackburn
Be careful Fantasy League managers, just because Blackburn smashed four goals, or to be precise Yakubu smashed four goals, past Swansea, that doesn't mean you should suddenly invest in their players.
Steve Kean's team travel to Sunderland this weekend knowing that they're yet to record a win on the road this season.
Blackburn have lost three of their seven away matches and suffered a 3-1 reverse at the hands of Stoke when they last left Ewood Park.
They also come up against an unknown quantity in Sunderland, who will be lead by new manager Martin O'Neill for the first time.
Cast your minds back to your old Fantasy League teams and you'll remember that O'Neill's teams, be they Leicester or Aston Villa, have always been difficult to break down.
Banker Clean Sheet - Bolton
Bolton have only kept two clean sheets all season, and only one since the opening day of the campaign, so to see them occupying this section may come as a surprise.
However, they host goal shy Aston Villa this weekend, and have been boosted by the news that Gary Cahill is available after having his ban overturned on appeal.
Villa have failed to score in each of their last three matches, and have only hit the target five times in those games.
Alex McLeish sets his team up very negatively, and Villa have really struggled to get the ball to their top marksman, Darren Bent.
They look weak in the centre of midfield, a problem intensified by the injury to on-loan Spurs man Jermaine Jenas this week, and have not yet fully utilised their wingers properly this season.
Bolton are languishing in the relegation zone, but will see this as a perfect opportunity to kick-start their season.
Injuries and Suspensions
Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic will undergo a scan today to determine the extent of the knee injury suffered in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Initial suggestions say that the Serbian defender could be sidelined for up to four months.
United striker Javier Hernandez will be sidelined for a month after injuring his ankle ligaments against Aston Villa.
Villa goalkeeper Shay Given tore his hamstring in the same game, and will also be out until the new year.
On-loan Villa midfielder Jermaine Jenas has been ruled out for the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on his Achilles tendon.
Newcastle defender Steven Taylor has been ruled out for the rest of the season after rupturing his Achilles against Chelsea on Saturday.
Manchester City full-back Alexander Kolarov will be out for a month, after suffering a groin injury.
Bolton have confirmed that they have been successful in their appeal to have Gary Cahill's red card overturned, meaning he is now eligible to face his former club Aston Villa this weekend.
Arsenal have major problems at full-back going into the game with Everton this weekend, after Andre Santos joined Bacary Sagna, Kieran Gibbs and Carl Jenkinson on the sidelines.
Santos suffered what Arsenal have described as a "bad" ankle injury and he is expected to be out for "a while".
Liverpool midfielder Jay Spearing will serve a three-match ban following his red card against Fulham on Monday night.
Chelsea defender David Luiz and Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole will both serve a one-match ban after accumulating five yellow cards this season.
Swansea midfielder Joe Allen will miss one match though suspension, following his red card against Blackburn.
Keep an eye on our Ins & Outs page for details of all the arrivals and departures on the Fantasy League Player List.
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