Quick lads, we've only got another month of Premier League action to enjoy until we have to suffer through another gruelling international break.
FPL managers have had two weeks to come up with a masterpiece for gameweek nine, after what was a tough gameweek eight - the average score being just 36 points.
Last time out, Wolves' Adama Traore was the standout performer, bagging himself 16 points after a brace against Manchester City. Arsenal's David Luiz also enjoyed a fine week - a goal and a clean sheet helping him towards 15 points.
Congratulations to all of those who stuck by an Arsenal defender - very brave.
Elsewhere, those who brought in James Milner because 'he takes pens' were rewarded as the Liverpool man scored from the spot in the dying embers of their game against Leicester. Milner also set up Sadio Mane on his way to 13 big ones, whilst Mane brought home 12 points.
So, with gameweek eight a distant memory, who's set for a big weekend in gameweek nine and who's set for a two-pointer - at best?
Find out in this week's 'Who's Hot and Who's Not'...
Kepa Arrizabalaga: Kepa and the Chelsea
Paulo Gazzaniga: After Hugo Lloris suffered a nasty elbow injury at Brighton
Nick Pope: Burnley's shot-stopper has been a popular choice amongst FPL managers, being selected by 15.1% of the FPL population - the third most-picked goalkeeper. His now £4.7m price-tag along with Sean Dyche's rigid set-up make him a very good option. Pope's 32-point return through eight weeks is also the joint-third best among all keepers. This week, however, the Clarets travel to Leicester
Trent Alexander-Arnold: Oh, what a surprise, FPL's most expensive defender is 'hot'. Although his hefty £7.2m price-tag may put some off, Alexander-Arnold has enjoyed a fantastic start to the FPL season, being the joint-highest scoring defender along with Ricardo Pereira. The right-back is always a threat going forward and this week, Liverpool travel to Old Trafford to face a Man Utd
Lewis Dunk: Brighton's centre-half made the gameweek eight 'Dream Team' after his ten-point showing against Spurs. At £4.6m, Dunk represents great value as the Seagulls face Aston Villa
Martin Kelly: Talk about tough fixture list, eh? Palace face five of last season's top-six and Leicester in their next six games. Kelly, formerly of Liverpool
Raheem Sterling: Sterling hasn't been as prolific as last season but he's still brought home a healthy return of points so far with 48. Although he's struggled in recent weeks, City have a tasty run of fixtures ahead of them; Palace
Willian: The Brazilian has cemented himself as a key cog in Frank Lampard's wheel. Wi
Tammy Abraham: The 22-year-old has set the Premier League
Callum Wilson: Wilson's another who should be feeling fresh after the break, only coming on as a second-half substitute against Bulgaria on Monday night. The Bournemouth
Teemu Pukki: All good parties must come to an end and it looks like the Pukki-party is over. The Finn is the most 'transferred out' player of the gameweek after registering just five points since his 12-point outing against Man City