Out: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mikel Arteta, Mathieu Debuchy, Jack Wilshere
Doubt: Tomas Rosicky,
In: Theo Walcott, Danny Welbeck, Kieran Gibbs, Aaron Ramsey (all maybe)
Win: Alexis Sanchez
With a plumb fixture against a Newcastle squad full of injuries and perhaps in holiday mode the Gunners are very much in our thoughts this week. Aaron Ramsey showed signs of the Ramsey from last season but would he play with Santi in midfield or be an impact sub?
Newcastle's bare bones seem right for fantasy king Sanchez to exploit. Those of you who have him at 5m are very lucky, those of you like me he and don't should seriously consider him.
Out: Nathan Baker, Aly Cissokho, Philippe Senderos
Doubt: Ron Vlaar,
In: Charles N'Zogbia, Alan Hutton
Win: Scott Sinclair
The Villains are back in form under Tim Sherwood. Clean sheets are still no certainty but many more efforts on goal are. Swansea could join Newcastle on their holidays and seem have less to play for than the home side.
Scot Sinclairs personal and professional life's have both taken positive turns in recent weeks and the feel good factor could bring him joy against a side he once did fantastic things for.
Out: Dean Marney, Matt Taylor, Kevin Long
Doubt: Stephen Ward
Win: Kieran Trippier
Trips is fantastic and the clear winning pick if you can find the cash.
Out: John Obi Mikel
Doubt: Cesar Azpilicueta, Willian, Gary Cahill, Ramires (all rotation)
In: Juan Cuadrado (maybe),
Win: Eden Hazard
The champs in waiting are stuttering but should still find a performance or two before the seasons end. Hazard is so consistent and so great to watch, that brace or better must come soon.
Out: Mile Jedinak (suspended), Frazier Campbell, Jordon Mutch, Marouane Chamakh,
Doubt: Wilfried Zaha. Jason Puncheon
In: Glenn Murray,
Win: Yannick Bolasie
The Eagles are flying to safety under Alan Pardew. They are playing some decent football as well and the fans are fantastic in their support and noise.
Bolasie scored 10pts last time still without that goal. Its coming I tell you.
Out Bryan Oviedo, Aiden McGeady, Christian Atsu, Stephen Pienaar, Gareth Barry (suspended)
Doubt: Kevin Miralles
Win: King Troll
You cannot argue with his form but you do have to concern yourself with Everton's motivations. They are not safe but may well be safe enough and QPR are a handful at home despite losing. Furtehr they took a beating Thursday night and don't seem the sort to bounce back to me.
Why Lukaku then? Master Mo tipped him and I will not argue with him so the troll is the win pick here.
Out: Robbie Brady, James Chester, Mohamed Diame, Robert Snodgrass, Tom Huddleston
Win: Michael Dawson
Hard to tip Hull against the Chelsea machine. You have to figure their defenders will need big games so we will have a bash with Dawson.
Out: Dean Hammond, Anthony Knockaert, Liam Moore, Chris Wood
Win: Riyad Marez
The failure to beat Hull's 10 men last time may be the ultimate failure that cost them their Premier League life.
They need to win games not draw them now. Spurs away should be a big ask but they concede chances whenever they play. Let's try Marez once more to breach that shaky north London rear guard.
Out: Jordon Ibe, Jon Flanagan
Doubt: Joe Allen, Adam Lallana (rotation), Lucas Leiva,
In: Steven Gerrard, Lazar Markovic (maybe as wing back)
Win: Daniel Sturridge
As you know I'm a Manu fan so hopefully none of the Pool squad do well this week!
However its my duty to pick one. Assuming he starts I will go with Sturridge. I cannot see a clean sheet for Utds defence with it's holes galore. With his pace and movement Daniel will cause major problems.
Out: Yaya Toure
Doubt: Bacary Sagna, Aleksandar Kolarov, James Milner
In: Gael Clichy, Pablo Zabaleta, Wilfried Bony
Win: Sergio Aguero
Home to WBA should be dribbling time for us fantasy managers but City are struggling. The manager could be under threat and somehow they have been dragged into the top four battle rather that title race. Just 2 pts ahead of Man Utd with the squad City has is incredible.
WBA could make this tough but they could also get blown apart with an early city goal. Kun is always the most likely.
Out: Jonny Evans, Robin van Persie
Doubt: Luke Shaw, Juan Mata
In: Angel Di Maria
Win: David De Gea
I hoping for the best performance of the season but expecting one similar to the trips to Southampton and Arsenal with the side pinned back and De Gea doing what he does best. Rooney is on kicks and in form. He may only get one or two chances so de Gea gets my vote. He will have to be good, maybe world class in this one.
Note, Juan Mata is now under 6m! I think LVG will reward the starting 11 from last week seeing Mata start over Di Maria. It's a very sough fixture but Mata did the job very well in the previous meeting this season and assuming he starts is a low risk, high reward pick this week.
Out: Papiss Cisse and Coloccinin (suspended), Paul Dummett, Cheikh Tiote, Rolando Aarons, Mehdi Abeid, Massadio Haidara, Steven Taylor
Doubt: Gabriel Obertan (rotation)
In: Jonas Gutierez
Win: Tim Krul
Nothing other than an away win here for me but Krul will make many saves along the way.
Out: Richard Dunne, Leroy Fer
Doubt: Adel Taarabt, Darnell Furlong, Eduardo Vargas
In: Joey Barton
Win: Charlie Austin
Austin is a player certain to move on in the summer and continues to cause big teams problems when playing at Rangers. Everton's defence is awful and I would not be surprised to see QPR take points from this fixture. Austin could got 20pt plus here.
Out: Jay Rodriguez, Jos Hooiveld
Doubt: Maya Yoshida, Filip Djuricic, Graziano Pelle (all rotation)
In: Toby Alderweireld,
Win: Saido Mane
As pointed out by Mo in his player picks, Mane is the Saints danger man and the attacking player in great form. Easy pick.
Out: Bojan Krkic
Doubt: Phillip Wollscheid, Victor Moses, Ryan Shawcross, Peter Crouch (rotation), Jonathan Walters
In: Stephen Ireland
Win: Charlie Adam
I went with Adam last week and he returned a big fat zero. Home fixture this week should enable him to return to decent figures if he holds onto his starting spot.
Out: Lee Cattermole (suspended what else), Emmanuele Giaccherini
Doubt: Will Buckley, Jack Rodwell (rotation)
In: Ricky Alvarez, Jordi Gomez, Adam Johnson
Win: Jemain Defoe
Picking a Sunderland player in your side would be very brave. Best I can come up with is a player playing his old side, playing for a new manager and playing for a place in next seasons league. Cheap as well.
Out: Kyle Bartley
Doubt: Leon Britton (rotation), Nathan Dyer (selection)
In: Jack Cork
With the loss of Wilfried Bony Siggy is the only pick for the Swans for the remainder of the season. Villa's recent improved form suggests they may even be favourites for this one but I can see a Swansea goal and Siggy seems most likely.
Doubt: Ben Davies (rotation), Ryan Mason
Win: Harry Kane
I'm not convinced about Spurs ability to defend or keep clean sheets. They made Man Utd look the side of old last week and got cut apart at times by Swansea and QPR in the games prior.
Its Spurs attack that seems the best bet. Kane has had his England call up his fantastic form deserves. Expensive buy but it seems very unlikely Leicester hit back to back clean sheets so a 20pt plus game once again is possible.
Out: Claudio Yacob, Chris Brunt (both suspended), Graham Dorrans, Ben Foster
Doubt: Victor Anichebe, Callum McManaman
In: Stephane Sessegnon , Jonas Olsson, Boaz Myhill
City will shoot on site therefore there should be plenty of blocked shots and pass interceptions for your 2m.
Out: Andy Carroll, Enner Valencia
Doubt: James Tomkins, Joey O'Brien,
In: Kevin Nolan, Nene, Alex Song, Carl Jenkinson
Win: Diafra Sahko
If you think Sunderland will continue their form of recent weeks you have to have a happy Hammer in your side. Aaron Cresswell will be in most so to be a little different let's try Sahko.
An impressive first season for him where he has shown given decent supply he will take his chances.
As it stand my side looks like this
Cressell, Okore, Kompany
Hazard, Phillips, Eriksen, Sinclair
Kun, Sturridge, Sanchez
As normal I will be making changes. I'm not sure I can go through with Sturridge against Utd from a fans view. Hazard, Sanchez are expensive and Eriksen is off form.
In the double week I wanted to pick Sturridge over Kun but wimped out. This week I prefer Kane over Kun who may have to share pitch space with Bony but again I'm not sure I have the courage.
Lots to think about