The Premier League's relentless schedule continues with matchday 19 this weekend.
Keeping on top of your fantasy teams has been tough with the intense fixture list and increasingly regular postponements due to the coronavirus pandemic.
To make things a little bit easier, we have used Opta data to highlight a few candidates for selection in your side.
Burnley may only be four points clear of the drop zone, but when Pope is in the team they are difficult to beat.
Since the start of November, no goalkeeper to have featured at least four times has conceded fewer than Pope (four).
He has kept five clean sheets during that run and has the best save percentage in the Premier League at 90 per cent.
Manchester City are starting to look like Premier League title contenders once again, and a resurgent Stones has played a key role in that.
He has helped his side keep six clean sheets in his eight Premier League appearances this season, the highest percentage among defenders to play more than four games in 2020-21.
A mouthwatering top-of-the-table clash between Liverpool and Manchester United is scheduled to take place on Sunday and Rashford will again hope to prove influential in this fixture.
He has scored three goals in his past four Premier League appearances against Liverpool, earning his team four points in the process.
Only Wayne Rooney (six), Andy Cole (four) and Ryan Giggs (four) have found the back of the net against Liverpool more times for United in the Premier League than Rashford.
Wolves host second-bottom West Brom in a West Midlands derby on Saturday.
With Raul Jimenez out due to a fractured skull, Neto has done his best to keep Nuno Espirito Santo's side pushing for a place in the top six.
He has the most Premier League goal involvements (four scored, three assisted) this season of any player aged 21 or younger, while his 32 chances created are twice as many as Bukayo Saka in second.
There is no doubting that Soucek has made himself an important part of David Moyes' West Ham side.
The Czech Republic international is the Hammers' highest-scoring player with five goals. He has also been involved in the most goal-ending open play sequences (seven) for the team this season.
Burnley may not be the most prolific team in the Premier League but Wood does not find it hard to score against West Ham.
The New Zealand striker has scored six goals in as many top-flight appearances against the Hammers, averaging a goal every 58 minutes.
He has not scored more than four against any other Premier League opponent.