Right then you fantasy football legends, it’s time to get your Premier League caps back on.
We’ve made it through the first pesky international break of the season unscathed and we can now get back to the bread and butter of the top flight.
Just three weeks into the campaign and some of you out there may already be peeking reluctantly at your Dream Team through your fingers.
If that’s the case you needn’t worry as Dream Team Weekender is your knight in shining armour.
Weekender gives you the chance to start afresh every weekend with a prizepot ranging from £10k to 20k every single week – and it’s completely free to enter.
Statistically Roberto Firmino (41 points) and Pablo Zabaleta (-9 points) are the best and worst fantasy football players this season.
But we posed the question to you guys on our social media – who have been the heroes and villains for you so far on this Dream Team journey?
And these were the most common replies…
Best fantasy football players:
Mkhitaryan’s first season in England, aside from his Europa League heroics, was a little underwhelming given the fuss surrounding him at Borussia Dortmund.
But he’s started this season like a house on fire, racking up five assists in three Premier League games already and 28 Dream Team points.
At this rate the Armenian will finish the season with 63 assists. Not bad.
Plenty of question marks hung around Salah’s return to the Premier League after failing to make an impression at Chelsea, but a lot them have seemingly already been answered.
Salah (33 points) has notched three goals and two assists in five appearances across all competitions for Liverpool and, worryingly for opposition fans, he looks like he’s got a lot more in the tank.
The Reds’ front three of Salah, Firmino and Sadio Mane make up three of the top four Dream Team points scorers this season.
When you talk about meteoric rises, Maguire’s progress at the highest level deserves serious recognition.
Just this time last season he was finding his feet in his first Premier League campaign at Hull, but now he’s a Leicester player and part of the England setup.
Maguire (17 points) at £12m could prove to be the bargain of the summer for Leicester and is a no-nonsense defender with a real eye for goal too – making him a fantasy football player’s dream.
Worst fantasy football players:
The August hoodoo is legitimate ladies and gentlemen, particularly after Kane plundered twice for England as soon as the calendar flicked over to September last Friday.
The Tottenham striker was fruitless in front of goal in the first month of the season again, meaning he has still failed to break his August duck in the Premier League.
Kane has seven points so far and, considering he’s the most expensive player (£8m) on the game this season, that simply isn’t the return Dream Team players were hoping for.
Lindelof appears to be getting the same ‘treat them mean, keep them keen’ treatment from Jose Mourinho subjected Mkhitaryan to last season.
The Swede was tipped to slot in alongside Eric Bailly at the back for Manchester United but in reality he’s barely made the bench.
Lindelof was one of the most selected players on the eve of the season but has swiftly seen his popularity dwindle as a result of his sustained absences.
Not much justification necessary here – Cahill was sent off in his first game during Chelsea’s shock defeat to Burnley on the opening day.
He’s been duly suspended ever since as a result, meaning he’s been stuck on a lowly -5 points since the August 12.
Remember, if your Season game is looking dead and buried already Dream Team Weekender is the perfect remedy. And this weekend boasts a rather tasty contest at the Etihad to whet the appetite…
Kevin de Bruyne or Sadio Mane? Why not pick both in this weekend’s big game?
That’s the beauty of Dream Team Weekender – there are no budget limitations so you can pick any player available from this weekend’s fixtures, with Man City v Liverpool the pick of the bunch.
Weekender is the best new fantasy football game around and it’s absolutely free to enter.
Just select seven players from across the Saturday and Sunday Premier League fixtures for your chance to bag that tasty £20k prizepot.
Flopped last week? It doesn’t matter, as Weekender allows you to start afresh every single weekend. Let the games begin – sign up to play here!