This article is part of our FPL Waiver Wire series.
In what has been an abnormal past few days, I'll try and make sense of the Premier League schedule ahead. After Arsenal and Manchester City's midweek match was postponed, there's no telling what the future holds. As of Wednesday, all signs appeared to be full go for the weekend, but there seems to be a lot of things happening that no one knows about and that's why there's confusion. For the most part, I'll try and decipher the league normally, but I wouldn't be surprised if another match or two is cancelled within hours of this article posting.
Virus or not, there are still eight teams competing in the FA Cup, which means there are just four matches set to take place in Gameweek 31. If you're looking to make a move in this unpredictable time, it's best to focus on one of the teams who is no longer in the FA Cup because there's no use wasting a transfer on a player who won't play the following week. Either way, injury concerns remain for Kevin De Bruyne, who may have missed Wednesday's match even if it wasn't postponed. The midfielder is the most popular player at the Premier League's official fantasy game and his status will be the most monitored in the coming days.