After a long two weeks the international break is finally over and Premier League action is back and with it is the return of Fantasy Football.
Manchester United have a tough test as they face a constantly improving Leicester City side who are gunning to break into the top six whereas Man City face a potentially much more comfortable task away at recently promoted Norwich City.
With an international break that has brought new injuries and seen good form continue, here are the United and City tips to score big in Fantasy this matchweek.
The international break has brought bad tidings for United as they could be without up to five first teamers for the visit of Leicester.
Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw, who both picked up injuries prior to the break in the defeat to Crystal Palace, remain unavailable and midfielder Paul Pogba has also been ruled out due to the ankle injury that kept him out of the France squad.
Jesse Lingard and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are also doubts after the injuries they picked up while on England duty, so if you have any of those players get rid quick!
However, there's always a silver lining and with injury there comes opportunity, potentially for 17-year-old Mason Greenwood.
The young striker has looked bright in his cameo appearances so far this season and with United light in attacking numbers he may get the nod from the off on Saturday.
At a price of just £4.5million he could be a very shrewd addition if he bags his first senior goal.
Give Daniel James a chance
Daniel James has gotten off to a great start to life at Manchester United with three goals in four games.
He's quickly carving out his own trademark finish by cutting in from the left hand side and bending the ball into the right corner, which is exactly what he did for Wales during the international break.
With a winger in such free scoring form, £6.1million looks an absolute steal and you need to give him a chance.
All out attack
No team in the Premier League as scored more goals or has more shots from open play this season than Man City and no team has conceded as many goals or shots from open play than Norwich City. So in a word: goals.
If the Canaries stick to their attacking principles against City then there could be a goal fest in order, because City should be able to pick a fragile defence off at will and rack up the goals.
If your budget can stretch far enough, you should be loading your side with City forwards for this one and abandon their defenders, because there's a good chance Norwich will get on the score sheet too.
Play the triple captaincy
To that end, it might be early doors but City travelling to Norwich seems a perfect opportunity to play your Triple Captain.
Sergio Aguero is already on fire this season and has six goals to his name and he seems an obvious candidate to take the armband, although Raheem Sterling is coming off another couple of dazzling performances for England and is always among the goals.
Then there's always Kevin De Bruyne, who has been playing like a man looking to make up for lost time this season. Though he may not score, he's almost nailed on to grab at least one assist. So there's plenty of candidates.
Is it time to bring back Benjamin Mendy?
Benjamin Mendy is edging ever so closer back to a return to action after months on the sidelines recovering from a knee injury.
Although he is a defender and that may be a risk to play, should Mendy make his long awaited comeback against Norwich you can guarantee he'll be bombing forward and looking to add to his assist tally.
He's currently priced at £5.9million and it may be worth getting him in before his price tag rockets.