The Premier League returns to action this weekend for another round of fixtures for fantasy football fans to chew over.
But who should you pick for MailOnline's brilliant Fantasy Football game? Sportsmail have assessed the best buys and all the bargains available ahead of the weekend's clashes.
Here are seven players who could make the difference, with a number of star names tipped for a return to form.Callum Wilson - £6.3m
After his hat-trick last weekend inspired Bournemouth to a 4-0 thumping of newly-promoted Huddersfield last weekend, Wilson will be brimming with confidence.
And will be going into Saturday's fixture against lowly Swansea buoyed by Eddie Howe's remarks that if he keeps this form up he will be heading to Russia for the World Cup next week.
The Swans have not kept a clean sheet in five games in all competitions, losing all of those games and Wilson will be looking to extend that dire run to six.
Callum Wilson was on fire last time out and will be confident of repeating his display against Swansea
Since announcing himself on the Premier League stage with that wonder goal against West Ham last month, Izquierdo has really kicked on.
The Columbian international is starting to repay that £13.5million they paid for him in the summer with some impressive displays.
The pacey winger added to that strike at West Ham last weekend to help Brighton secure a 2-2 draw with Stoke.
They face a tough trip to Manchester United on Saturday, but with Jose Mourinho's side heading into this tie on the back of an embarrassing defeat by Basle, Brighton will fancy their chances. Izquierdo will be key to those chances.
Jose Izquierdo has been in top form recently and could Manchester United with his pace
Some will say obvious choice, but after no Premier League goals this month, Kane is likely to have upset several Fantasy Football managers out there.
It wouldn't be a surprise if it has even led to some hasty decisions from managers to dismiss the Tottenham man.
So this could an ideal time to benefit from the lack of patience of others to transfer Kane into your side.
With Spurs facing managerless West Brom, following the sacking of Tony Pulis, Sportsmail are tipping the forward to return to form by bagging a couple of goals this weekend.
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