The Premier League returns once again this weekend after th international break halted the progress of the top flight last week.
Manchester City host Tottenham Hotspur in the Saturday lunchtime game, in what is the standout fixture of the weekend, but it is best to look elsewhere in terms of fantasy options.
Arsenal host Hull City in what should be a solid attacking display from the Gunners, while Everton and Southampton also have favourable fixtures, as they welcome Aston Villa and Sunderland respectively.
League leaders Chelsea travel to London rivals Crystal Palace looking to keep their unbeaten run going against the Eagles.
Here is where you should be looking from a fantasy football perspective this weekend:
DEF - Seamus Coleman - Everton
The right-back is expected to return to action for the Toffees this weekend, and the attacking defender could enjoy Saturday's home game against Aston Villa. The Villains have lost their last three, and have not scored in any of those games so Everton will be confident of keeping a clean sheet for the first time at home this season. Coleman has seen his price drop slightly to 6.9 but he is worth investing in if he's not in your team already.
DEF - Ryan Bertrand - Southampton
Bertrand has been enjoying his time on the south coast with Southampton so far this season, and he will hope to put in another strong display in front of the home crowd at St Mary's this weekend. The left-back scored in the Saints' last home game and will hope to keep a clean sheet against Sunderland on Saturday.
MID - Eden Hazard - Chelsea
The Belgian winger has been improving with each game this season, and he could hurt Crystal Palace with another exciting display for the Blues on Saturday afternoon. Hazard looked dangerous throughout against Arsenal last time out, and he needs to start transferring his home form when Chelsea travel to away games, and he could be in for another solid weekend.
MID - Dusan Tadic - Southampton
Tadic was one of many Saints players that under performed at Spurs last time out, but the Serbian playmaker seems to thrive at home and will look to cause the Sunderland defence plenty of problems this weekend. Tadic comes in at 7.5 and offers a solid playmaking option for a reasonable price, and he should be finding himself in more and more fantasy teams and the season progresses.
FOR - Danny Welbeck - Arsenal
The Arsenal striker should recover from an ankle knock to take on Hull this weekend, and he will hope for another perfect display at the Emirates, following his hat-trick against Galatasaray in his last home outing. The Gunners could be set for a high-scoring attacking weekend against the Tigers, and Welbeck should spearhead everything that Arsene Wenger's side do going forward.