Sergio Aguero missed multiple weeks due to injury, but a return to the starting XI this weekend against Crystal Palace could produce significant fantasy dividends.
In a follow up about why cash players on DraftKings have been disappointed with Harry Kane this season, RotoWire's Andrew Laird breaks down by DFS players have been happy with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.
After another dismal performance in a prime matchup, RotoWire's Andrew Laird dives into the stats to see if Harry Kane is really as disappointing as it feels when he's rostered in cash games.
Sunday's Southampton v. Arsenal match is expected to be the closest but also have the most goals, which could have fantasy players considering Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Eden Hazard figures to be a very popular pick Sunday as Chelsea face off against Brighton, and RotoWire's Adam Zdroik likes a number of Chelsea options to pair with their star.
West Ham have a strong matchup away to Fulham on Saturday, and while Felipe Anderson has plenty of upside, RotoWire's Adam Zdroik explains why he prefers Robert Snodgrass.
West Ham are favored away to Fulham on Saturday, and RotoWire's Chris Owen explains why Felipe Anderson is one of the Hammers worth targeting.
Fading Harry Kane on Saturday could be a dangerous proposition, but those who are risky enough to try it may hedge a bit with Christian Eriksen.
Andrew Laird and Jordan Cooper preview Saturday's six-game daily fantasy Premier League slate, including what the most viable paths are for those who don't want to pay all the way up for Harry Kane.
It's always tough nailing down the right Manchester City attacker each week for the fantasy captain's armband, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik explains why Riyad Mahrez could be the pick this weekend.
Spurs are huge favorites as they host Burnley at Wembley on Saturday, and no player has better anytime goal scorer odds than Harry Kane.
After qualifying for the Champions League round of 16 with a draw away to Barcelona on Tuesday, Tottenham return home to a very fantasy-friendly matchup against Burnley this weekend.
Andrew Laird and Luis Pacheco preview Wednesday's six-game daily fantasy Champions League slate, including whether or not to roster Cristiano Ronaldo even though Juventus only need a draw to win their group.
Manchester City have a number of valuable players out with injuries, but that won't stop attackers like Riyad Mahrez from making an impact Wednesday against Hoffenheim.
While Cristiano Ronaldo will always get plenty of attention when he's on a slate, RotoWire's Adam Zdroik make the case for teammate Paulo Dybala against Young Boys on Wednesday.
Lyon need just a draw against Shahktar Donetsk on Wednesday to qualify for the round of 16, but their match should be a great one because the Ukrainian side can pass them with a win.
Juventus will win Group H with a victory away to Young Boys on Wednesday, with Cristiano Ronaldo expected to shoulder the scoring load.
Tottenham need a win against Barcelona at the Camp Nou on Tuesday, and if they are going to pull it off, Christian Eriksen is likely to play a big part.
Neymar is likely to get plenty of attention because PSG are big favorites away to Crvena Zvezda on Tuesday, but RotoWire's Adam Zdroik makes the case for pivoting to Kylian Mbappe.
A win against FK Crvena Zvezda on Tuesday would push Paris Saint-Germain into the round of 16, which means plenty of fantasy players should be eyeing up Neymar.
Andrew Laird and Jordan Cooper review their lineups from this past Saturday's Premier League slate and then preview Tuesday's Champions League action, including a breakdown on which teams have everything to play for and which ones could throw out clown ca
Liverpool need a win Tuesday against Napoli at Anfield to have a chance at advancing to the round of 16, which should have plenty of fantasy players looking toward Mohamed Salah.
Tottenham travel to face Leicester City on Saturday, and RotoWire's Chris Owen makes the case why Christian Eriksen will make a fantasy impact.
Manchester United host a struggling Fulham on Saturday, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird explains why Paul Pogba should get serious consideration for cash games.
Saturday's eight-game slate includes all of the traditional top-six sides, though RotoWire's Adam Zdroik explains why Chelsea's Eden Hazard may not be as automatic as usual.
RotoWire's Adam Zdroik wants no part of the Chelsea v. Manchester City match on Saturday's seven-game slate, which is why he'll turn to Christian Eriksen against Leicester City for one of his midfield spots.
After coming off the bench during Liverpool's midweek match, Mohamed Salah is expected back in the starting XI for Saturday's trip to Bournemouth, which should have fantasy players handing him the captain's armband.
Andrew Laird and Jordan Cooper review Wednesday's daily fantasy Premier League slate before previewing Saturday's action.
Manchester United are big favorites at home to Fulham on Saturday, but can fantasy players really trust any of the Red Devils?
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the highest-scoring forward in the Premier League's official fantasy game, and he'll look to grow his lead while facing Huddersfield this weekend.