Win: Aaron Ramsey
While Alexis Sanchez dazzled with two brilliant goals against Stoke, Aaron Ramsey should get a start and I expect him to do well against Manchester City.
Win: Jores Okore
The Danish player scored 14 points with a yellow card and without a clean sheet against Leicester City. I would not hesitate to start him at home against Liverpool.
Win: Danny Ings
Win: Eden Hazard
We all know that Hazard's away form has not been the best, but the midfielder will test Swansea's defense and I expect him to get on a scoresheet against the Swans.
Win: Glenn Murray
There is nothing more meaningful to a player than having the manager's support. Murray, who just came back from an injury started in Alan Pardew's first game as a manager and was denied a goal only by a miraculous bounce off Hugo Lloris. Priced at £2.54, he should, at the very least, be on your bench.
Win: Kevin Mirallas
With a beautiful set piece goal, an assist and a shutout penalty kick converted, the Belgian international is a no brainer pick for Monday's game against West Browmich Albion.
I don't like Hull's chances away to West Ham. As a result, I am not able to recommend any player from the Hull side knowing that no fantasy manager will pick them.
Win: Anthony Knockaert
This is the player that many had high hopes for before the season started but injuries and other players' form has prevented the French footballer from showing his best. Riyad Mahrez's departure to the African Nations Cup has allowed Knockaert his first start since the opening week and a decent fantasy score (8 points). Priced at £4.10, you could do much worse than having him on your bench, or if feeling lucky putting him in your starting 11 home to Stoke.
Win: Raheem Sterling
Back from a short vacation to Jamaica, Sterling should slot right into the starting 11 and is Liverpool's biggest threat away to Aston Villa.
Win: Sergio Aguero
Home to an Arsenal team with depleted defense presents a perfect game for Kun Aguero to return after the injury with a bang. Priced at a very affordable £15.07 but with the upcoming Week 23 fixture against Chelsea, let's see how many fantasy managers play the Argentine in both fixtures.
Win: Radomel Falcao
Omitted from the squad sheet altogether last week, the Colombian striker should get a start here and this could be a perfect game for those fantasy managers looking to gain ground to go outside the box and start him against Queens Park Rangers.
Win: Tim Krul
After the Chelsea defeat, the Dutch keeper's price went down to £4.50. Yes he is a risky pick, but home to an injury plagued Southampton team that has not been scoring well away from St. Mary's, he is a differential that could pay off big.
Win: Charlie Austin
He back to scoring goals and home to Manchester United team that will try to attack after the dismal performance against Southampton should allow QPR chances at quick counter attacks and even a penalty.
Doubt: Victor Wanyama, Dusan Tadic
Win: Ryan Bertrand
Some managers had a bit of a shocker when Bertrand scored just 2 points last week after securing a clean sheet against Manchester United. Consider it an "off week" and have plenty of faith that Bertrand will be in double digits after the Newcastle game.
Win: Victor Moses
We all remember the type of fantasy tear Victor Moses was on before the injury. Well, he is back and priced at £7.88, he should slot right into the Stoke starting 11 and will present plenty of problems to Leicester City defenders.
Win: Adam Johnson
With 19 and 12 points scored against Manchester City and Liverpool, respectively, there is no reason why AJ should not continue his good form against Tottenham. Furthermore, he is back on PK duties which adds another dimension to his fantasy scoring abilities.
Win: Gylfi Sigurdsson
The Iceland international loves scoring against big clubs and will be looking forward to proving his form when Chelsea comes to South Wales.
Win: Christian Eriksen
While all the talk is about the young Harry Kane, the Denmark international has had a few quite games. I see him as a real differential pick this game week and expect him to do really well.
Win: Saido Berahino
So last week I recommended Stephane Sessegnon thinking he would do great but it was Berahino who stole his thunder and had an excellent fantasy week. While I do not really like West Bromwich Albion's chances against an Everton who will be looking to rebound after a tough FA Cup loss to West Ham United, Berahino remains the offensive player to own from West Bromwich.
Win: Stewart Downing / Andy Carroll
I know most fantasy managers think that Stewart Downing is indispensable this Game Week but I also think that also having Andy Carroll is a good idea as I expect a convincing win against Hull City.
So here it is. My team thus far is: Robles, Baines, Cresswell, Shaw, Downing, Eriksen, Di Maria, Fabregas, Mirallas, Sanchez, Kane with Hamer, Kelly, Okore and Murray on the bench. I may drop Shaw and bring in Aguero. In that case, Kane will likely make way.
What are your teams looking like?