Sky Sports Fantasy Football's Tim Clement looks at which players are likely to rack up points
Tim Clement explains why he's backing Romelu Lukaku and Sergio Aguero to rack up points.
Last Updated: 10/04/14 6:35pm
Lukaku's Everton travel to lowly Sunderland, who were thumped 5-1 by a supposedly out-of-sorts Tottenham side on Monday Night Football, before hosting Crystal Palace, with Lukaku boasting five goals from his last seven games in all competitions.
Manchester City face a Super Sunday showdown with Liverpool at Anfield and then should fill their boots when they host the Black Cats on Wednesday night with a fit-again Aguero, who netted in five successive games before his lay-off.
While Liverpool appears the tougher of the two games, Palace have actually conceded one goal fewer than the Reds this season, which is remarkable given that includes their wretched period before Tony Pulis turned things around.
Some might even consider looking at Pulis' backline, which has conceded just twice in its last four games, as an Aston Villa side missing marksman Christian Benteke visit Selhurst Park on Saturday, with full-back Joel Ward a bargain at £4.3m.
With the Black Cats also having two games coming up, some might look to their leading points scorer Adam Johnson, who has seven league goals since the turn of the year, but no other members of Gus Poyet's side interest.
Meanwhile, Christian Eriksen is sure to have caught the eye of a few Fantasy bosses with his display on Monday Night Football, collecting 18 points thanks to two assists, a goal and the Sky Sports man-of-the-match.
The Danish midfielder also racked up 20 points a fortnight before with a brace against Southampton, while his price tag of £7m is relatively modest.
Emmanuel Adebayor is also decent value at £7.6m having scored 10 goals in his last 15 appearances, netting twice on his return from injury on MNF.
Juan Mata was actually the top points scorer last week with 20, courtesy of his two goals, an assist and the Sky Sports MOTM award at Newcastle, although the Spaniard is actually the game's most expensive midfielder at £9m.
Meanwhile, Rickie Lambert is another likely to produce the goods this weekend as a doomed Cardiff travel to Southampton.
The Saints striker has racked up 152 points thanks to 11 goals and 10 assists and will carry an extra burden with strike partner Jay Rodriguez out for the rest of the season.