Michael Kightly, one of the few Burnley players with any top flight experience at the start of the season, looks to be a forgotten man at Turf Moor these days.
Burnley enter the final eight gameweeks of the season still in the relegation zone but their pursuit of staying up should only help their overall fantasy output.
Danny Ings has been quiet lately, having gone without scoring in his last four games, but he should be monitored as he is due to rebound soon.
Michael Duff got the start for Bunley in their last match against Manchester City, and considering the positive result, he may have taken over for Michael Keane for the final stretch of the season.
Burnley defeated Manchester City 1-0 at Turn Moor and provided a huge blow to Manchester's title chances.
Burnley are still in the relegation zone with ten matches left in their season, raising the question of whether or not it is time for Sean Dyche to shake things up in his XI.
Things will not get any easier for Burnley in their struggle to avoid relegation as they will host Manchester City in their next match.
Kieran Trippier looked like a top play for the weekend in defense, but Burnley lost their clean sheet and Trippier was credited with an own goal in a instant, as the Clarets wound up losing to Swansea City, 0-1.
Scott Arfield isn't likely to be at or near the top scoring fantasy midfielders this weekend, but for his cost he is providing solid value.
Burnley host Hull City this weekend, offering a chance to look at some of their defense options beyond Kieran Trippier for fantasy purposes.
The FA have confirmed no disciplinary action will be issued to Ashley Barnes for his challenge on Nemanja Matic Saturday.
Chelsea were in full control at Stamford Bridge today but a late Benjamin Mee goal shocked the Blues in what ended in a 1-1 draw.
Burnley's next match will take place on the road against league leaders Chelsea, making fantasy options among the Clarets virtually non-existent.
Danny Ings got on the end of a beautiful header that leveled the match between Burnley and Manchester United in the game's opening quarter hour, but the Red Devils had too much attack to keep up with and the Clarets would lose 3-1 at Old Trafford.
Dean Marney has been lost for the season due to a severe injury to a cruciate ligament injury