Well then, fantasy football fans – are you reading for a rather large month?
The Premier League, FA Cup and European competitions are really hotting up nicely with a number of clubs involved in all three.
Priorities, priorities, priorities.
Is your Season game in tatters?
So who should you invest in when those brand spanking new transfers become available on Friday?
Here’s five potential world beaters for March…
1 Harry Kane (£11.1m)
Kane is an obligatory pick these days, despite his eye-watering price, because he simply doesn’t stop scoring.
Tottenham have five games in March and Kane is likely to feature in all of them, with Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Newcastle and Swansea all potential cannon fodder for the Premier League’s top scorer.
2 Willian (£4.6m)
Willian is the form player in England at the moment, with nobody scoring more points than the Chelsea star in the last three games after bagging three successive Star Man awards.
His price is a dream too, cheaper than the likes of Alberto Moreno (£4.7m) and Kieran Trippier (£4.7m).
Willian has scored more points than Sadio Mane and Leroy Sane this season and, with Chelsea playing in three competitions this month, is a belting bargain.
3 Romelu Lukaku (£5.8m)
But Lukaku goes hiding in big games, doesn’t he?
The big Belgian answered his critics in the best way possible with a goal and an assist against Chelsea last weekend.
Lukaku is half the price of Kane and United have one more game than most of the pack in March, including straightforward tasks against Brighton and Swansea.
4 Sadio Mane (£6.1m)
Mane is apparently having a ‘pretty average’ season in the eyes of some, but tell that to the man whose just bagged a Champions League hat-trick.
The Liverpool star has smashed more points than Leroy Sane and Christian Eriksen and could be a key differential pick with only 11.6% of players selecting him.
The Reds also have five games this month and Mane will be licking his lips at the prospect of extending his record of four goals from his last two games.
5 Riyad Mahrez (£6.4m)
The nation is currently engulfed in the worst snow storm in years – and Mahrez is another who has been brought in from the cold.
Claude Puel has reinstated Mahrez to the forefront of his plans at Leicester and the brilliant Algerian is just too good to ignore.
He’s sure to improve on his record of eight goals and seven assists this season and Bournemouth, West Brom and Brighton are all ideal opposition this month.
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