After a humdrum opening half hour, Abel Hernandez made a splash in his debut scoring the opening goal for Hull City, but the Tigers would squander two leads and ended up settling for a 2-2 draw with West Ham United.
Enner Valencia scored his first Premier League goal with a stunning strike from deep range and the Hammers erased two deficits to grab a point on the road in a 2-2 draw with Hull City.
Allan McGregor made a spectacular save in the 35th minute against West Ham United to deny Enner Valencia a sure goal.
It was an ugly fantasy week for West Brom but the best of the bunch was Craig Gardner who has put together a surprisingly strong fantasy season so far.
Victor Moses gave one of the all-time performances for a fantasy player whose team neither scored a goal nor kept a clean sheet in Week 4.
Laurent Koscielny took the top spot on this week's Joel Ward All-stars with a stout defensive performance despite Arsenal giving up two goals to Manchester City.
Aaron Ramsey continued to delivery great all-around performances for Arsenal with 16 point performance in the Yahoo format in Week 4.
Alexis Sanchez continued his strong start to his Arsenal career with his third goal in his last four matches across all competitions for Arsenal.
Daley Blind played to far better reviews in the real world than he did for his fantasy managers in Week 4.
Marcos Rojo debuted for Manchester United playing at left back in a 4-4-2 and played his part in a clean sheet 4-0 win.
Juan Mata didn't contribute much beyond his goal in Manchester United's 4-0 win in Week 4 which doesn't bode well for the midfielder as his playing time comes into question.
Jonny Evans was part of United's clean sheet victory and drove his point total in Week 4 up with three blocked shots against Harry Redknapp's Queens Park Rangers.
Wayne Rooney netted a goal and helped on another as Manchester United routed QPR at Old Trafford in Week 4 action.
Angel di Maria likely got most of the press and deservedly so but Ander Herrera returned to the line-up with a great performance against QPR including his first United goal.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has resumed full training but Brendan Rodgers confirmed during today’s press conference that the player will be unavailable for Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League match against Ludogorets.