GW10 was another highscoring week, however owners of Raheem Sterling, Jamie Vardy and Sadio Mane were left disappointed.
The stand out fixtures are both on Sunday this weekend as Spurs meet Arsenal in the North London derby, whilst Wolves travel to Liverpool.
The cancellation of Aston Villa Newcastle United comes is frustrating for numerous FPL managers, meaning we have just nine games in GW11.
Burnley vs. Everton: James Rodriguez (7.8)
Burnley and Everton have struggled in recent weeks and the meeting at Turf Moor is a tough one to predict.
The injury to Lucas Digne is a real blow for the Toffees and that only increases the pressure on James Rodriguez.
Rodriguez drop off in form has mirrored Everton’s bad patch; however we expected he to be among the points in Saturday’s early game.
Elsewhere Dominic Calvert-Lewin has just one blank on the road this season, whilst Charlie Taylor of Burnley represents good value.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (7.9)
Charlie Taylor (4.4)
Manchester City vs. Fulham: Kevin de Bruyne (11.7)
Manchester City and Fulham recorded impressive wins last weekend, however we can only see one result on Saturday.
Having struggled for goals this season, the five they put past Burnley was encouraging for FPL managers who made moves for City options.
Kevin de Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez returned 31 points between them and were both rested in midweek.
Benjamin Mendy scored and kept a clean sheet and appears the be Pep Guardiola’s preferred left-back option for the easier fixtures.
Riyad Mahrez (8.3)
Benjamin Mendy (5.9)
West Ham United vs. Manchester United: Bruno Fernandes (10.9)
West Ham’s impressive start to the season has gone under the radar, however they host a Manchester United side who have recorded eight league away wins in a row.
Bruno Fernandes has an incredible record on the road, producing double digit returns in all four away matches this season.
Edinson Cavani looked excellent off the bench against Southampton and is an option, whilst Jared Bowen is in good form for the hosts.
Edinson Cavani (8.0)
Jared Bowen (6.3)
Chelsea vs. Leeds United: Reece James (5.1)
Chelsea are enjoying an incredible run defensively, conceding just twice in their last 10 matches in all competitions.
They host a Leeds United side who statistically create more chances than any other Premier League side, however it’s hard to look past another Chelsea clean sheet.
Reece James and Ben Chilwell are excellent options for this game and I’d expect some attacking returns this weekend from the Blues full-backs.
Ben Chilwell (6.2)
Hakim Ziyech (8.3)
West Brom vs. Crystal Palace: Sam Johnstone (4.5)
West Brom recorded a much needed win last weekend at home to rock bottom Sheffield United and will fancy their chances of a second consecutive victory.
Defensively West Brom have improved massively in recent weeks and have conceded just twice in their last three, which include games against Tottenham and Manchester United.
Sam Johnstone is one of the best value keeper options and returned an 11 point haul last weekend.
Conor Gallagher (5.5)
Patrick van Aanholt (5.4)
Sheffield United vs. Leicester City: Jamie Vardy (10.3)
Leicester City’s 2-1 defeat at home to Fulham on Monday was the shock of the round, however they should bounce back against rock bottom Sheffield United.
Jamie Vardy has just 11 points in his last three games, but will be desperate to score against Sheffield United, the rivals of his childhood club.
On the road Vardy is a much better option, with 51 of his 66 points this term coming in away matches.
Leicester are likely to revert back to a 4-2-3-1 formation here, meaning Harvey Barnes and James Maddison are more appealing.
Harvey Barnes (6.9)
James Maddison (7.0)
Tottenham vs. Arsenal: Heung Min-Son (9.5)
Given the form of the two sides, it is hard to look past a comfortable Spurs win in the North London derby this weekend.
Heung Min Son is the highest points scorer so far this season and was among the scorers when the pair met last campaign.
Harry Kane has an excellent record against Arsenal and will be a good option, provided he shakes off a minor injury issue.
Spurs have kept four clean sheets in their last five, whilst Arsenal have scored just twice in their last six Premier League matches, meaning a defensive asset from the home side is a good option.
Harry Kane (10.9)
Eric Dier (4.9)
Liverpool vs. Wolves: Mohamed Salah (12.2)
Liverpool’s injury issues do not appear to be improving, however their front four remain fit and they should have too much for Wolves.
Mohamed Salah was visibly frustrated after he was subbed in the draw with Brighton last weekend and he will be looking to make Wolves pay.
Diogo Jota has been incredible for Liverpool since joining from Wolves and will be looking to extend his record start at Anfield.
Diogo Jota (6.9)
Andrew Robertson (7.2)
Brighton vs. Southampton: Tariq Lamptey (4.8)
Brighton have very good underlying defensive statistics and I can see them frustrating Southampton on Monday evening.
Tariq Lamptey is due a big return and will come into the XI having missed the 1-1 draw with Liverpool due to suspension.
With Danny Ings still a doubt, if anyone will produce for the Saints, it is likely to be the in-form James Ward-Prowse who already four goals this season.
Leandro Trossard (6.0)
James Ward-Prowse (6.1)
GW11 Dream Team: (4-5-1): Johnstone; Lamptey, Walker, Chilwell, James; Jota, De Bruyne (C), Fernandes, Mahrez, Son; Vardy
GW10 Dream Team (3-4-3): Johnstone (11); Van Aanholt (1), Walker (9), Justin (1); Salah (6), De Bruyne (20)(C), Rashford (5), Jota (9); Vardy (5), Calvert-Lewin (2), Watkins (0)