The impending weekend can only mean one thing.
Big bags of cans with the lads Another opportunity to smash that work colleague you hate at fantasy football.
But don’t worry about having to get your inner-Mourinho on, because we’ve got you covered with seven players you should have in your side this weekend.
There’s only so many times Arsene Wenger can watch Granit Xhaka picking his nose instead of defending before giving Wilshere a chance.
He came through Arsenal’s Europa League win against Red Star Belgrade unscathed and could provide Wenger’s limp midfield with some much needed verve.
At £1.8m he’s an absolute snip.
With three goals in his last three Premier League games Abraham is busy making Chelsea’s decision to allow him to join Swansea on loan look a serious miscalculation.
His eyes will light up at the prospect of playing a Leicester side without a manager.
He’ll set you back a perfectly affordable £3.5m.
Pep Guardiola + Stones (- a revolving door of defensive partners) = the solution to City’s defensive woes.
Stones, along with his partner in crime Nicolas Otamendi, will be relishing the chance to show that he can do the ugly side of the game when he faces Burnley.
At £5.3m he’s £1.0m cheaper than Otamendi, the only defender to outscore him so far.
What a difference a Zaha makes.
Crystal Palace were unrecognisable against Chelsea thanks to Zaha’s pace and trickery.
Because of his injury-hit start to the season he’ll only set you back £4.2m.
He might not have been called up to the latest Brazil squad, but Richarlison has taken to life in England like a bikini on Ipanema beach.
The forward is coming up against a Chelsea defence without a clean sheet in four games, so he’ll be confident about the prospect of Premier League goal number four.
You can bag the Brazilian for £3.8m.
The more Ederson plays for City the more it becomes clear that he’s got better technique than most Premier League midfielders.
Forget keeping a clean sheet against Burnley, we’re expecting Ederson to pick up a couple of assists.
The 24-year-old costs £5.1m.
Sterling looks a new player under Guardiola, who sees his pace and ability to stretch the pitch as vital to his tactics.
While you can never second guess a Guradiola team we can’t see City playing without Sterling at the moment, such is his form.
The third highest scoring midfielder on fantasy football will cost you £4.6m.
Christian Eriksen or Philippe Coutinho? Why not 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.
That means you don’t have to worry about only picking one star playmaker when Tottenham and Liverpool lock horns in weekend’s tastiest encounter on Sunday afternoon.
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 £5k prize this weekend.
Flopped so far this season? It doesn’t matter, as Weekender allows you to start afresh every single weekend. Let the games begin – sign up to play here!