There's only eight games this week thanks to the Capital One Cup Final and fantasy managers need to be careful with the team they're picking as a result. Manchester City, Liverpool, Everton and Newcastle all miss out, but they will get to make up for it later in the season. With FA Cup action to come for many teams too there could be quite a few clubs with double game weeks to come later in the season.
Saturday February 27
West Ham United v Sunderland
12.45pm GMT, Upton Park, London
West Ham came from behind to get a point away to Norwich in their last game and they're right in there in the fight for fifth place. They have only lost two of their 12 home games, but they have taken as many points away from home as they have at home. They have only won once in their last five games, but they're only a point behind fifth place.
Dimitri Payet looks to have rediscovered his form and is a pretty good choice for fantasy managers.
Sunderland got a very good and very important win at home to United in their last game to move them within one point of Norwich in seventeenth place. They have lost nine of their 13 away games and no other team has conceded more goals away from home. They have taken four points from their last two games against Liverpool and United which has given them real hope in the fight against relegation.
Wahbi Khazri has looked like he could be a real winner for fantasy managers since joining Sunderland in January.
This looks like it will be a very close game and I have a feeling it will end with the spoils shared.
Leicester City v Norwich City
3pm GMT, King Power Stadium, Leicester
Leicester suffered a last gasp defeat against Arsenal in their last game to cut their lead at the top of the table to two points. They have only lost one game at home, but they have taken more points away from home than at home. That defeat against Arsenal was their first in eight games and they kept a clean sheet in five of those games.
Despite the loss at Arsenal Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez still look good for fantasy managers and Leicester's defenders have done well recently too.
Norwich lost a two goal lead at home to West Ham in their last game, but at least they managed to hold on for a point and move out of the bottom three on goal difference. They have lost nine of their 13 away games with only Sunderland and Newcastle conceding more goals on the road. They have only taken one point in their last six games and they conceded 18 goals in those games.
I can't see any Norwich players to interest fantasy managers at the moment.
I expect Leicester to take full advantage of playing before their rivals and win by a few goals.
Southampton v Chelsea
3pm GMT, St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton
Southampton got a good win away to Swansea in their last game to continue their rapid progress up the table. They have lost four of their 13 home games, but only four other teams have conceded less goals at home. They have taken 16 points from their last six games and didn't concede a goal in any of those games.
Southampton's defenders have done really well for fantasy managers in recent weeks and every team should have at least one.
Chelsea put five past Newcastle in their last game and put another five past a sub standard City team in the Cup last weekend. They have only won three of their 12 away games and have only managed 12 goals in those 12 away games. They are unbeaten in their last 10 games and have kept clean sheets in four of them.
Diego Costa has done well for fantasy managers since the departure of Jose Mourinho and Willian has been Chelsea's best performer all season.
This is a tough one to call and it could go either way, but I have a feeling it will end in a draw.
Stoke City v Aston Villa
3pm GMT, Britannia Stadium, Stoke
Stoke got a very good win away to Bournemouth in their last game to put an end to a very poor run. They have lost five of their 12 home games and only Villa have scored less goals at home. That win at Bournemouth was their first win in five games and they were the first goals they scored in those five games too.
Stoke players haven't exactly set the fantasy world alight in recent weeks.
Villa were thrashed at home by Liverpool in their last game and time is running out very quickly for them in their attempt to avoid the drop. They have only won once in their 13 away games with only Newcastle and West Brom scoring less goals away from home. They had been going quite well before that game against Liverpool, but they must surely have too much ground to make up in their bid to avoid the drop.
I can't see any Villa players who might be of interest to fantasy managers.
Villa need to win, but as usual I can't see them getting anything out of this game.
Watford v Bournemouth
3pm GMT, Vicarage Road, Watford
Watford won away to Palace in their last league game and made it through to the last eight of the FA Cup last week. They have lost five of their 13 home games, but only three other teams have conceded less goals at home. They have taken seven points from their last four games and seem to be back on track after a poor spell.
Odion Ighalo has slipped for fantasy managers in recent weeks while Troy Deeney has been the player impressing.
Bournemouth lost at home to Stoke in their last game and they're still too close to the bottom three for comfort. They have won four of their 13 away games and have taken more points on their travels than at home. They have lost their last two games, but have a couple of games coming up very soon which could determine their fate in the Premier League.
Despite Bournemouth's ability to concede goals Charlie Daniels continues to do well for fantasy managers.
I think this game could go either way and will probably end in a draw.
West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace
5.30pm GMT, The Hawthorns, Birmingham
West Brom got a very good and very important win away to Everton last time out to keep them safely out of the relegation battle. They have only won four of their 13 home games and only four other teams have scored less goals at home. That win against Everton was their first in six games and they have only scored two goals in their last five games.
I still can't see any West Brom players to interest fantasy managers.
Palace were beaten at home by Watford in their last league game as their slide down the table continued. They have won five of their 12 away games and have taken more points on their travels than at home with only four other teams conceding less goals on the road. They haven't won in their last nine games and they failed to score in five of those games.
Scott Dann continues to do well for fantasy managers despite Palace's problems thanks to his goalscoring exploits.
I think this will be a very close game and a draw is the most likely outcome.
Sunday February 28
Manchester United v Arsenal
2.05pm GMT, Old Trafford, Manchester
United lost away to Sunderland in their last league game and their chances of a top four finish are pretty remote at this stage. They have only won six of their 12 home games, but no other team has conceded less goals at home. They have only won three of their last 13 league games and have an awful lot of players out injured at the moment.
United's defenders have done very well in home games this season
Arsenal beat Leicester in their last league game to move within two points of them at the top of the table. They have won seven of their 13 away games with only the two teams above them scoring more goals on the road. They have won their last two league games, but failed to win the previous four or to score in three of those four games.
Arsenal defenders have been their best performers for fantasy managers recently while Mesut Ozil has been by far the most prolific supplier of assists in the league this season.
Both teams need a win in this game and it will be very close, but I think Arsenal will win by the odd goal.
Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City
2.05pm GMT, White Hart Lane, London
Spurs won away to City last time out and stayed second in the table, but closed the gap to Leicrster to only two points. They have only lost two of their 13 home games with only Arsenal and United conceding less goals at home. They have won their last five league games and have to be considered as very real candidates to win the league.
If he's fit to play Harry Kane is in good form for fantasy managers as are Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and all of the Spurs defence.
Swansea lost at home to Southampton in their last game and they're hovering just above the relegation zone. They have only won two of their 12 away games with only three other teams scoring less goals on the road. They have only taken two points from their last three games and have only three points to spare over the bottom three.
Gylfi Sigurdsson has been the best of the bunch in the Swansea team recently for fantasy managers.
Anything they can get out of this game would be a huge bonus for Swansea, but I think Spurs will take all three points.
That's it for this week.
See you next week.