After a big day of games Saturday, we move into two more games on Sunday, with implications for the title and the Champions League races.
They could have implications for your money-earning ability too, as PlayON have Daily Fantasy competitions across the games.
To try and make your cash dreams a reality, I’ve picked out my best plays from the day’s games.
Tottenham v. Leicester
Contrasting form for these two. After losing to United, Spurs have won three in a row to sit third on the ladder. Leicester are winless in their last four, but did steal a good point at Anfield in that.
Twenty five previous meetings have yielded ten wins apiece and five draws. Spurs have three to one in the last five though, including a 2-0 at the King Power back in December.
The prize of remaining in the title race should be enough motivation for the hosts to take this, so I’m looking at their players for my PlayON side.
Straight off the plane from the Asian Cup and straight into back-to-back goals, Son Heung-Min (£12.9m) is holding the fort for Spurs in the absence of Harry Kane, bagging ten goals, seven assist and a PlayON average of nearly 1900. Must have!
With Kane injured, Fernando Llorente (£5.6m) has played 210 minutes in the last three fixtures, scoring one and setting up two.
Given he hasn’t played much (those 210 minutes are of a total of 246) he is rock bottom priced so the upside if he gets another attacking stat here is massive.
A 600 average will not excite many players, but Eric Lamela (£8.1m) is another who could benefit from injuries to Kane and Alli.
He did get a start last out and it might be a case of him or Llorente. But, if he gets a run and nabs a goal, there is a potentially big score that won’t be in too many sides.
Man City v. Chelsea
After their midweek win at Everton moved them top on goal difference, City will look to maintain the pressure on Liverpool with a win over Chelsea, who ended a two game losing streak by thumping Huddersfield last out.
It will be a tough one, and the Blues actually have the edge in the head-to-head, leading 25-11 from 43 clashes at this level. They also lead 3-2 from the last five, including the reverse fixture this season, which they took out 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Tough one to pick, but the home advantage edges it for the Citizens for me. I can see the Blues getting on the scoresheet though, so space for attacking-minded players on both sides.
He didn’t score against Everton following his treble against Arsenal, but that doesn’t change the fact that Sergio Agüero (£16.5m) is a gun.
Goals, assists and a tasty PlayON average, lock him in for a goal here.
Two goals in his second game means Gonzalo Higuaín (£9.6m) has a massive average of 1725. That won’t stay as high as the games roll on, but the price also won’t stay as low, so jump on while he is still at a discount.
Two more games down, one to go this weekend. Make sure you head to the Games Lobby and enter your teams at PlayON, then check back here for the Monday night preview.