To the relief of many fantasy football managers, the Premier League’s big guns have come through the international break unscathed, and now an enticing double gameweek gives a a chance for plenty of points.
After the deadline day dust has settled, plenty of players might have a January wildcard up their sleeves for this weekend, and there will be some interesting choices available.
An FA Cup weekend means a midweek round of Premier League fixtures, and there are some juicy looking fixtures that could bring in big points for your side.
Last week's double gameweek came good in spectacular fashion, with players from Southampton and Chelsea scoring plenty of goals, and this week another tasty double will be the best bet for the points.
A genuinely Super Sunday fixture list means points from the top teams will be harder to come by, but there a chance to remedy that with an enticing double gameweek.
Gareth Bale and Robin van Persie provided cheer to many owners on Boxing Day, but the fixtures are less enticing this weekend, and tougher calls will need to be made to bring home big points in the last round of games in 2012.
The Boxing Day fixture list is perhaps the single greatest day of football of the season and although this year’s is ruined slightly by Arsenal having to postpone and there being no early kick off, there are still plenty of points opportunities to be grasped.
As we move ever closer to the festive schedule there are a few teams with excellent fixtures to consider, and getting your team set now could mean strong returns for a month.
With four good fantasy football sides squaring off against each other on Sunday, you may need to scout around for the big points elsewhere, with a double gameweek for Reading and Sunderland offering some potential bargain bonanzas.
A low scoring weekend saw clean sheets prop up the returns of many sides. With a midweek set of games hot on the heels of the weekend, there is risk of rotation to factor in when selecting your side.