We've got two matches of red vs. blue this morning, but not many of us will be too invested from a fantasy perspective in the outcome of the Everton - Manchester United match leading up to the big game between Arsenal and Chelsea.
Clean sheets for each of the other three teams playing twice this week provided a nice boost for fantasy managers who invested heavily in double gamers, while Jamie Vardy and Dame N'Doye delivered on the attacking end of the pitch.
Will the Blues follow suit in their first match against high-flying Arsenal, or will we be let down by Mourinho's men? Time will tell, but unless you're an Arsenal fan you're most likely going to be rooting for Chelsea to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table.
I had a solid fantasy day yesterday, racking up 100 points from 7 players (though Raheem Sterling put up a goose egg and Jeffrey Schlupp was left out of the squad). I'm hopeful Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Matic, Eden Hazard and Didier Drogba all start today and are able to push me toward the coveted 200 point mark.
How is your team doing so far? Who do you have left to play today, and in midweek? Let's chat!