Gameweek 31 comes around quicker than usual in Fantasy Premier League Draft, providing managers with the first of three successive Friday deadlines.
This is great for our collective entertainment but it definitely makes things difficult as far as tracking injuries and keeping up-to-date on the waiver wire.
With all of that in mind, here are my recommended players, by position, who are likely to be available in eight-team leagues.
GKP: Bernd Leno (ARS)
If you need a goalkeeper, Leno is probably both available and a decent pick for a clean sheet.
DEF: James Tarkowski (BUR)
If you're looking for a one Gameweek only option at the back, then Tarkowski (or whomever the highest-rated available Burnley starting defender is in your particular league) makes a lot of sense.
The match-up with Newcastle United is a good one and the Clarets have been playing better over the second half of the season.
MID: Matheus Pereira (WBA)
Two notes of caution. Pereira has accumulated over half of his 111 Fantasy points this season in four matches. In those encounters, he has produced six of his seven goals and four of his six assists.
FWD: Mbaye Diagne (WBA)
There still isn't a lot to love on the forward waiver wire but, coming off of a Gameweek 30 goal and assist, Diagne looks the best of the bunch.
He's starting regularly and has two goals and three assists in 10 matches for the Baggies, which is far more than you could expect from any other forward hanging out on the waiver wire.