The festive period requires fantasy football owners to be as proactive as possible, with an especially cluttered month of football on the horizon.
Most teams face six opponents during December, which will prompt a flurry of transactions around the coming games.
Ahead of Week 13, here's a look at a few players in line to score big points during this next round of fixtures.
Luis Suarez (Liverpool) £9.9 million
Luis Suarez is the second-most expensive player in fantasy football for a reason, and he will further emphasise his value when Liverpool travel to Hull.
The Reds have become flat-track bullies in recent weeks—hitting four goals apiece past West Brom and Fulham—and should continue that trend against newly promoted Hull.
Suarez already has nine goals in just seven Premier League games this season, second only to Sergio Aguero's 10.
Expect the Uruguayan to cash in and bolster that tally as Liverpool record another big win.
Jesus Navas (Manchester City) £7.6 million
If you want goals, head to the Etihad Stadium.
Manuel Pellegrini's side may be struggling on their travels, but on home soil, it's very much a different story. His new side have won six out of six and have scored an incredible 26 goals—12 more than any other side.
In truth, any of their forward line are worthy picks this week. Swansea travel to Manchester and will struggle to suppress such a rampant array of attackers.
However, Jesus Navas impressed most of all in the recent 6-0 mauling of Tottenham and is worth selecting at this stage.
He managed an assist and two goals against Spurs and expect him to be the main creative source against Michael Laudrup's side.
Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) £7.0 million
There is certainly risk attached to purchasing Everton's Gerard Deulofeu, but there's potentially a high level of reward, too.
The Barcelona loanee impressed during the recent Merseyside derby, emerging from the bench for his latest cameo appearance.
He was central to the Toffees' second-half recovery and seems on the cusp of earning a starting berth.
Roberto Martinez will be itching to start him at home against Stoke, with his pace and trickery capable of distorting Mark Hughes' well-drilled defence.
If he does play, expect him to be behind most of the Toffees' attacks.
All values courtesy of fantasyfootball.skysports.com.