The Premier League returns this weekend after a round of enthralling fixtures in European football.
Tottenham, Manchester City and Arsenal ensured progression through to the next round of their respective competitions but attention turns to domestic duties once again, starting on Friday night with West Ham hosting Leicester.
Liverpool take on Chelsea on Saturday in the weekend's biggest match, but who should you draft into your fantasy teams? Here are our top picks...
Asmir Begovic - The Bournemouth goalie has two clean sheets on the bounce and will fancy his chances against Swansea.
Heurelho Gomes - The Brazilian was at his shot-stopping best against West Ham last time out, claiming a shutout in the process.
Ben Foster - The West Brom stalwart has failed to keep a clean sheet in six games, conceded four against Chelsea and faces Harry Kane and Tottenham on Saturday.
Jonas Lossl - Huddersfield have performed admirably in the Premier League thus far but it's hard to imagine Lossl and his defence keeping Kevin De Bruyne and co quiet on Sunday.
Shkodran Mustafi - The German bagged a header against Spurs and kept a clean sheet in the process.
Chris Smalling - The centre-back scored against Newcastle last week and will be eyeing a clean sheet against Brighton at Old Trafford.
John Stones - Stones looked to be coming into his own this season but a hamstring problem has halted his development and he won't feature this week.
Ben Davies - After a strong start to the season the Welshman's point returns in recent weeks have dwindled.
Eden Hazard - There have been plenty of comments made on the fragility of Liverpool's defence in recent years and the prospect of an in-form Hazard in full flight should have Simon Mignolet and Dejan Lovren quaking in their boots.
Mohamed Salah - On the other hand, the Reds have their own speed demon in the form of Salah, who is the Premier League's leading goalscorer so far this season with nine strikes.
Dele Alli - He managed two assists in midweek but Alli's performances as of late have been less than noteworthy, especially in the north London derby.
Gylfi Sigurdsson - It's sad to see a player like Sigurdsson rot away at Everton but that's what happening currently, so stay well clear of the Iceland international until the Toffees pick up some form.
Callum Wilson - He's had his injury problems recently but Wilson is in great form after smashing a hat-trick past Huddersfield.
Alvaro Morata - The Spaniard is proving integral to Chelsea's style of play and will be eyeing another goal come Saturday evening at Anfield.
Oumar Niasse - He may be becoming a cult figure at Goodison Park but Niasse has been banned for two games after being found guilty of diving against Crystal Palace.
Tammy Abraham - The on-loan striker offers Swansea hope in their fight against relegation but Abraham could be absent from the Bournemouth match with a back problem.