Scott Sinclair has missed the last six matches but may factor in to Steve Clarke's plans for Week 12.
We're still waiting on a huge break out performance from Falcao but he turned in his second solid outing in a row in the Week 6 win over West Ham.
Robin van Persie scored again in Week 6 but continued to disappoint somewhat by not producing a more well-rounded effort for fantasy managers.
Mohamed Diame gave us a better sense of how he is likely to perform for fantasy managers during weeks when he doesn't score a goal.
Rafael has performed solidly since returning to the Manchester United line-up and Week 6 was his best performance to date.
Abel Hernandez was back among the goals in Week 6 propelling him to a solid fantasy week in just about any format.
Curtis Davies hasn't lived up to his performances from last season yet but Week 6 saw him at least start to approach those levels despite the 4-2 loss to Manchester City.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain finally broke out with a significant fantasy performance on the strength of scoring Arsenal's only goal against Spurs in Week 6.
Kieran Gibbs continued his effective play when healthy with a strong contribution for Arsenal against Spurs in Week 6.
Mesut Ozil continued his re-awakening with a solid attacking performance for Arsenal in Week 6 against Spurs.
Ander Herrera's return to the Manchester United starting line-up was a brief one with the midfielder playing three matches before breaking a rib against West Ham.
Olivier Giroud may not be fit to play but apparently his writing hand is in working order as he penned a new deal that will keep him at the club through 2018.