We would like to wish all Fantasy League managers a very Merry Christmas as well as a happy and high-scoring New Year!
However, don't make it so merry as to forget making your all-important substitutions or setting your Supersubs...
The match between Wolves and Liverpool on Friday night marks the first of 40 Premier League matches over the festive period, swiftly followed by the FA Cup third round (for which points scored in the FA Cup constitutes a separate league table).
Liverpool have been handed the biggest gap between matches during this period as they feature in both the first match (away at Wolves on Friday, 21 December) and the last (away at Manchester City on Thursday, 3 January), while neighbours Everton play four games in the space of just nine days.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are required to travel the least - as well as having two home matches at Stamford Bridge, the Blues also play away at Watford and Crystal Palace, meaning that they don't even have to venture outside of the M25!
At the other end of the scale, Newcastle face long trips to Liverpool and Watford in addition to their two home games.
And remember, a new signing is for life, not just for Christmas...