The Premier League is back, so it’s ruddy sod’s law that we’re in the doldrums of March and there’s nothing you can do to your Season game.
The vast majority of you, myself included, have already used your three allocated transfers for the month.
So what are you going to do about it? Twiddle your thumbs and sit tight until next Friday? Doesn’t sound particularly compelling, does it?
Instead, hop on the Dream Team Weekender bandwagon.
Over 300,000 of you have taken part this season, with at least £5k filling the pockets of one winner every weekend.
And it’s not just about the big jackpots either, with Weekender mini-leagues hotting up with just seven Game Weeks of the season to go.
As ever, it’s completely free to play and you simply need to pick seven players from the Saturday and Sunday games.
That means Arsenal’s clash with Newcastle on Monday night is ineligible.
Liverpool and Spurs do battle at Anfield in the pick of the games, but we’d suggest the weekend’s points lie elsewhere given how close we anticipate that contest to be.
Man City players might be the obvious choice but Pep Guardiola is a sucker for rotation and Fulham are a lot more resolute since Scott Parker took the reins.
Raheem Sterling is in the form of his life but could Pep be tempted to rest his key man after his recent England exertions? Tough call.
Crystal Palace host Huddersfield so either Wilfried Zaha, Jeffrey Schlupp or Michy Batshuayi might be decent differential alternatives.
Leicester trio James Maddison, Youri Tielemans and Jamie Vardy have all found form under Brendan Rodgers.
The play Bournemouth at home, with the Cherries winning just once on the road since late October.
I’m going with this team…