We're playing Yahoo Daily Fantasy again this weekend in a bid to land a share of the £10k that's up for grabs in this weekend's main Saturday contest.
Yahoo Daily Fantasy allows you to pick multiple fantasy league teams to enter contests each gameday and gameweek, winning cash prizes based on your fatasy team's performance.
Yahoo's very own Daily Fantasy experts are on hand to guide his through this gameweek, so read on for their picks as we attempt to land a share of the spoils.
FWD Romelu Lukaku v Crystal Palace (£29)
Lukaku has already scored double digit goals and we're not even in October yet. Understandably, this makes the big Belgian the priciest player in the Yahoo game. It would take a brave man to go into the weekend without Lukaku in their team against a Palace side that have conceded 13 in the league to date, over two goals a game. They have allowed 19 big chances and 37 shots on target in just six games. Ignore him at your peril.
MID Raheem Sterling v Chelsea (£22)
The winger has gone about his business and quietly racked up six goals this season. Last season he had double as many assists to goals but the Englishman seems to be have selfishly taken on the mantle of goalscorer, with Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva and Sergio Aguero sharing the creative duties. Goals earn more points than assists on Yahoo fantasy, with eight points for a goal, two for a shot on target and another 0.5 points for a shot. Sterling should be good for double figure returns or in a rampant Manchester City team who have scored five goals or more in their last three games.
DEF Chris Smalling v Crystal Palace (£14)
Crystal Palace have failed to score in their first six top-flight games, the worst record since the inception of the English football league back in 1888. Manchester United have kept five clean sheets in the same time. Phil Jones is a doubt for the weekend and Nilsson Lindelof has looked far from composed when he has played so far. This opens the door for Smalling to start in Jones' absence. Yahoo fantasy lets you change your team all the way until kick-off so if Jones does start, you can make the easy swap.
GK Fraser Forster v Stoke City (£13)
The easy pick would be to say put David de Gea in against a toothless Crystal Palace. But keepers on Yahoo earns 1.5 point per save so the best picks are keepers that will be tested by the opposition and still keep a clean sheet. Southampton have kept three clean sheets this season already but have struggled at the other end of the pitch. Stoke's defensive line are ravaged by injuries at the moment and Southampton should capitalise on their injury woes with a comfortable win.