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Fantasy AnalysisThe London side is reportedly interested in rebuilding the squad around young English players, while getting rid of some players previous manager Andre Villas-Boas brought in. Milner has one year remaining on his contract with Manchester City, and could find greater playing options in London.
Fantasy AnalysisChelsea would have to decide to sell the midfielder that they bought for £25 million in the summer of 2012. Oscar still has three years remaining on his current contract with Chelsea.
Fantasy AnalysisWalker was unable to play for England during last Wednesday's friendly with Denmark due to the hip issue, but he was never expected to be out for an extended period. Up next is another tough match against rivals Arsenal.
Fantasy AnalysisDespite missing out on the FA Cup action, Koscielny is expected to be fit for Tuesday's Champions League tie at Bayern Munich.
Fantasy AnalysisSamuel Eto'o got the start for Torres, and scored the opener, while Demba Ba made a second half appearance and bagged a brace. Torres has been in-and-out of the lineup this season because of multiple injuries, making him a fairly unreliable fantasy option.
Fantasy AnalysisWith Fernando Torres pulled right before the match after picking up an injury in warmups, Ba was able to make just his 13th Premier League appearance this season. Despite the success, he remains a very limited fantasy option.
Fantasy AnalysisDe Gea has quietly posted three straight clean sheets, although it will be very tough to see that streak continue, as United host top-scorers Liverpool next weekend at Old Trafford.
Fantasy AnalysisRafael had not played since February 12 against Arsenal, and his return was surely a boost for a United squad that is still without Jonny Evans. However, his short-term fantasy value appears limited, with matches against Liverpool, West Ham, and Manchester City on the upcoming fixture list.
Fantasy AnalysisWith Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney both currently healthy, Welbeck will find Premier League starts hard to come by, but there is no arguing his ability to find the back of the net. The English striker now has nine goals in 18 appearances this season.
Fantasy AnalysisJones was not expected to be fit for another week, so it was surely a boost to see him back on the pitch Saturday. He certainly isn't a big-time goal scorer, and he makes for a tough short-term fantasy play, with matches against Liverpool, West Ham, and Manchester City coming up.