There's no rest for the wicked as the Premier League is back in business before the dust has even settled on a thrilling round of weekend fixtures.
Some fantasy football players have already fallen by the wayside, cursing their luck and throwing in the towel as those all-important bragging rights sail off into the distance.
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However, for those of you who are in it for the long haul, there are some big selections dilemmas to consider ahead of Gameweek 15. It's a quick turnaround - so don't be caught out.
So we've picked out five players to bring in and five players to bin off to make sure you stay in your personal title race.
Let's be honest, the Manchester City should already be in your team.
Sterling is absolutely flying at the moment and is the top points-scoring player in FPL this season with a total of 104. A no brainer.
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You can bet your bottom dollar that the Crystal Palace talisman will be fired up for the trip to Brighton.
The Croydon-born forward loves scoring against the Eagles' fiercest rivals and looks set to play a key role on the South Coast.
Surely the Chelsea midfielder cannot be overlooked for much longer?
Loftus-Cheek came off the bench to score a crucial goal last time out and is pushing to start ahead of Mateo Kovacic for the trip Wolves.
The Blues look much more of a threat with the Englishman on the pitch and he is capable of providing the spark that has been lacking during Eden Hazard's sticky patch of form.
Question marks remain over Sergio Aguero's fitness and the Brazilian could take some shifting even if the Argentine is deemed able to play at Vicarage Road.
If Jesus is City's main man for the festive period, then he's going to secure a shed loads of points.
Arsenal may face Manchester United in midweek but a run of games against Huddersfield, Southampton, Burnley and Brighton could see Unai Emery's men maintain their unbeaten run deep into December.
Ramsey could be on his way out of the club but he is set to return to the starting line up after changing the game in the north London derby. Unlike Mesut Ozil, he's up for the fight.
The Brazilian has scored just one goal in his last nine top-flight appearances and it may well be time to look elsewhere if he is among the most expensive attacking options in your side.
Everyone needs a Liverpool representative in their front line but Firmino is slipping down the pecking order.
The Manchester United forward's hot streak appears to be over.
Jose Mourinho's men have struggled for goals on home soil and face a tough task against a buoyant Arsenal. Hector Bellerin is playing very well and Martial will need a special performance to get any change out of the Spaniard.
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If you opted to bring the Belgian back into your fold after he returned to fitness, you must regret it.
Vertonghen got himself sent off at the Emirates and is unlikely to be an automatic starter when he comes back from suspension.
The Wolves hype train is running out of steam after a promising start to life in the Premier League.
Neves has made the step up well but he is expected to struggle for points when he returns from suspension with the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs to play before the turn of the year.
England's number one dropped an absolute clanger at Anfield and, although he is adamant he will put the error behind him, it may well be play on his mind against Newcastle.