The opening week of the Premier League season produced some moments of magic and some debuts to remember.
Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez both hit the ground running, but now it is time to select your second XI of the new FPL season.
After Liverpool's shaky start against Fulham, don't be surprised to see Jurgen Klopp's men bounce back against Crystal Palace in front of their own fans.
The pre-season unlimited transfer period is over, so you have just one transfer to make this week. Follow the link for a refresher of the new rules.
Chelsea v Spurs is the big game this weekend, and it throws some doubt over who to select for your side.
Man City and Liverpool are the two clubs who look to have favourable fixtures once more, while Mikel Arteta's new-look Arsenal showed promise in GW 1.
FPL Game Week 2 Fixtures - Deadline: 11:00, Saturday, 13 August
Saturday, 13 August
- Aston Villa v Everton
- Arsenal v Leicester
- Brighton v Newcastle
- Man City v Bournemouth
- Southampton v Leeds
- Wolves v Fulham
- Brentford v Man Utd
Sunday, 14 August
- Nottingham Forest v West Ham
- Chelsea v Spurs
Monday, 15 August
- Liverpool v Crystal Palace
If you have either Alisson or Ederson, then you won't need to worry about your goalkeeper selection too much!
We opted for Alisson last week, but after Liverpool's lackluster display against Fulham, Ederson is our top pick for GW 2.
At £5.5, Ederson is the joint-most expensive keeper available, but should be safe from any unexpected team selections!
Arsenal new boy Oleksandr Zinchenko picked up a hefty 12 points in their opening game.
With the Gunners looking strong at the start of the season, the Ukrainian star could be a slightly cheaper alternative to the big-hitters at £5.1.
Fellow Arsenal defender William Saliba also put in an assured performance on debut, and at £4.5 could be a bargain differential.
Elsewhere, moneybags Newcastle got their season up and running with a comfortable win against Nottingham Forest.
Fabian Schar could be a cheap pick for just £4.5 and his 15-point haul was the joint-highest in the league.
However, we would opt for Kieran Trippier from Newcastle's defence as the England international will be on set-piece duty for the Magpies.
Mohamed Salah just has to be in the team, and it is sensible to captain him too as the Egyptian is a point machine!
It is no surprise to see Salah selected in over 60% of teams having amassed a whopping 265 points last season.
Man City's Kevin De Bruyne is another marquee option in midfield, and his connection with Erling Haaland is only going to earn him more points.
A cheaper option in midfield is Arsenal's Brazilian winger Gabriel Martinelli.
Costing just £6.1, Martinelli bagged himself a goal on the opening day of the season.
Next week we will look to bring in Dejan Kulusevski (£8.1), but as Spurs face Chelsea next we will hold off on making the transfer.
This week's forward tips are hardly groundbreaking, but you can't argue with the top scorers in the league!
Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.6) is certainly worth a gamble with games against Wolves and Brentford coming up.
His brace on the opening day has sent a warning message to the league, especially as he gave Virgil van Dijk the run-around!
Erling Haaland (£11.6) has already increased in value, and it is hardly surprising if you watched his display against West Ham.
The Norwegian star displayed all his pace, power, and clinical finishing to score twice on his Premier League debut.
We can't go without mentioning Darwin Nunez (£9.0) either, and the Uruguayan looks set to start this week after an instant impact off the bench.
GW2 Top Tips
Marquee Player: Erling Haaland (£11.6)
Bargain Buy: Oleksandr Zinchenko (£5.1)
Captain: Erling Haaland
Vice-Captain: Mohamed Salah