It was goals galore in Week 6 as eight of the ten Premier League fixtures produced three goals or more.
Incredibly, there were no draws across the board as Liverpool and Arsenal were the only sides to take points away from home. Manchester City contined their 100% record with a 4-0 win over Bournemouth, with United and Chelsea losing ground after suffering defeats to Watford and Liverpool, respectively.
If your team has excelled in the first six weeks, you'll definitely want to join an Elite League. You get to take all of your current points with you and only need to beat 15 other managers to win a big cash prize!
The deadline to join is 23:59 (BST) on Monday, September 26, 2016.
Nacer Chadli was the standout player of Week 5, scoring twice and adding two more key contributions as the Baggies beat West Ham 4-2.
Team of the week
Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne wasn't far behind Chadli, he scored and provided three key contributions as City eased past Bournemouth 4-0.
Watford's Juan Zuniga also makes his way into the team of the week despite only being on the pitch for the final 10 minutes. He scored and won a penalty as the Hornets beat Manchester United 3-1.
Manager of the week
Matthew Baird from Burgess Hill was the manager of the week, scooping himself a £200 first prize. His team, Late City, chalked up a whopping 122 points, more than three times the average score of 39.
Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool
Liverpool handed Chelsea manager Antonio Conte his first home defeat since 2013 with an impressive 2-1 display at Stamford Bridge.
The Reds have faced Arsenal, Leicester, Tottenham and Chelsea in their opening five fixtures, winning three and drawing with Spurs at White Hart Lane. Their fantastic start to the new campaign is only blemished by a 2-0 loss to Burnley at Turf Moor, but their stunning performance on Friday night has shown they could be strong contenders for at least a top four finish come the end of the season.
Roberto Firmino (£5.1m) sat out the match with a groin strain so Phillipe Coutinho came into the side (£5.3m) in his absence. Coutinho provided a key contribution with Dejan Lovren (£3.9m) and Jordan Henderson (£4.3m) in amongst the goals, the latter scoring an increidble 25-yard strike.
Diego Costa (£6.7m) pulled one back for Chelsea with his fifth league goal of the season, ensuring that he's still the top-scoring striker with 35 TFF points to his name so far.
Coral new customer offer: Liverpool to qualify against Derby in the EFL Cup - 8/1
Hull 1-4 Arsenal
Arsenal were in the mood for goals againt the 10 men of Hull, storming to a 4-1 win at the KCOM Stadium.
Alexis Sanchez (£6.0m) scored twice and missed a penalty, earning 10 TFF points for the 19% of managers that have him in their side.
Robert Snodgrass (£3.6m) continued his rich vein of form in front of goal and he now has 31 TFF points from midfield, but it was his teammate Jake Livermore (£3.1m) that ultimately cost Hull the game, receiving a straight red card for a handball in front of goal.
Theo Walcott (£4.8m) and Granit Xhaka (£3.5m) were also on the scoresheet for the Gunners who occupy fourth spot with three wins from their opening five.
Leicester 3-0 Burnley
The Champions stormed to a 3-0 win against Burnley with summer signing Islam Slimani (£4.9m) scoring twice. The Algerian could be a shrewd signing in Telegraph Fantasy Football, currently in less than 1% of teams but linking up well with both Jamie Vardy (£6.3m) and Riyad Mahrez (£5.0m).
The latter is his international teammate and was in scintillating form once again, earning eight TFF points with another two key contributions.
Kasper Schmeichel (£3.6m) was missing in goal for the Foxes but Ron-Robert Zieler (£2.8m) was a more than ample replacement, earning a full clean sheet along with the regulars Wes Morgan (£3.5m), Christian Fuchs (£3.6m), Danny Simpson (£3.2m) and Robert Huth (£3.5m) in defence.
It's worrying times for the Clarets who drop to 16th and are looking really shy in front of goal - they've only scored once outside of their 2-0 win against Liverpool.
Manchester City 4-0 Bournemouth
It's five wins in a row for Pep Guardiola's side who still sit top the table with a 100% record.
Kevin de Bruyne (£6.0m) is in world class form and he's now the leading points scorer in TFF with 37. 16 of those came in Week 6 via a goal and three key contributions and with Swansea to come in Week 7 you wouldn't be surprised to see the Belgian add to that tally.
Raheem Sterling (£4.6m) and Kelechi Iheanacho (£4.6m) were both on the scoresheet once again with former-Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan (£4.3m) also getting in on the act.
Aleksandar Kolarov (£3.8m) moved to centre back so Gael Clichy (£3.9m) could come in on the left and the Serbian was outstanding, controlling the game with more touches than any other player.
Sergio Aguero (£7.0m) will complete his three game ban by sitting out Wednesday night's EFL Cup third round tie, which is also away at Swansea, so should return on the weekend and add even more firepower to City's ever impressive attack.
Nolito (£5.5m) is going in the opposite direction, he received a straight red card for an altercation with Bournemouth's Adam Smith (£2.5m), so won't be available for selection until October 15.
West Brom 4-2 West Ham
West Brom's Nacer Chadli (£4.0m) was the leading point-scorer in Week 6, racking up 18 with two goals and two key contributions. It was an impressive performance from the Baggies' record signing who was played in an advanced role alongside Salomon Rondon (£4.7m) before limping off with a 73rd minute injury.
Rondon himself was in the points, he chalked up 10 with a goal and a key contribution and James McClean (£3.3m) also got off the mark for the season.
It's not the start West Ham would have hoped for. Four defeats in their opening five games has left them in the relegation zone and their defending was as questionable as ever at the Hawthorns.
Michail Antonio (£4.3m) continues to be the Hammers' shining light, he scored another header but it wasn't enough to spark a significant second half revival.
Everton 3-1 Middlesbrough
Everton fans are in dreamland. Four wins and an unbeaten start to the season has the Toffees in second and they showed their resilience against Middlesbrough by coming from behind to win 3-1.
Maarten Stekelenburg (£2.5m) was unlucky to concede a first half own goal with 'Boro striker Alvaro Negredo (£4.9m) seeming to bundle the Dutch keeper over.
Gareth Barry (£3.1m) marked his 600th Premier League appearance with a goal, before Seamus Coleman (£3.6m) and Romelu Lukaku (£6.4m) ensured Everton went in at half-time 3-1 ahead.
Idrissa Gueye (£3.2m) continues to impress at the heart of Ronald Koeman's midfield, chipping in with another two key contributions in a very assured display.
Watford 3-1 Manchester United
The upset of the weekend came at Vicarage Road as Watford inflicted Manchester United's third defeat in a week.
Etienne Capoue (£3.3m) opened the scoring with his fourth league goal of the season, a run which has been surprising considering he'd managed just one in his previous 57 appearances.
18 year old Marcus Rashford (£5.6m) levelled on the hour after the ball fell kindly to him in the six yard box. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (£6.6m) was not awarded a key contribution for his part in the goal, as his initial cross went over Rashford before rebounding back off a defender into Rashford's path.
Juan Zuniga (£2.9m) scored shortly after coming off the bench and Troy Deeney (£5.1m) added a third in injury time following Marouane Fellaini's (£4.3m) foul on Zuniga in the box.
Crystal Palace 4-1 Stoke
Things just keep going from bad to worse for Stoke. It's the third time already this season that they've conceded four goals and they're rock bottom of the table with a -11 goal difference.
Palace have had opposite fortunes. After a shaky start to the season back-to-back wins has propelled them up to eighth and four different goalscorers showed they're capable of finding the net from all over the pitch.
James Tomkins (£3.1m), Scott Dann (£3.2m), James McArthur (£3.3m) and Andros Townsend (£4.2m) were all on the scoresheet this time, with Stoke's Marko Arnautovic (£4.5m) grabbing a consolation with the final play of the game.
The Potters haven't kept a clean sheet since Jack Butland (£3.2m) was ruled out through injury and worryingly the young English goalkeeper isn't likely to return until at least mid-November.
Southampton 1-0 Swansea
The Saints collected their first league win of the season with a 1-0 win over Swansea at St. Mary's.
Charlie Austin (£4.6m) fired in the winner after Dusan Tadic's (£4.6m) cross was deflected into his path. The Serbian was awarded a key contribution as the ball still ended at it's intended location and the defender's touch didn't dramatically alter where the ball was heading.
It was also the first clean sheet of the season for Claude Puel's side so owners of Fraser Forster (£3.2m), Jose Fonte (£3.4m), Ryan Bertrand (£3.3m), Virgil van Dijk (£3.6m) and Cedric Soares (£3.1m) all got to celebrate seven TFF points apiece.
Tottenham 1-0 Sunderland
Spurs kept up their unbeaten start to the Premier League season with a comfortable win against Sunderland at White Hart Lane.
The hosts enjoyed 74% possession and mustered 31 shots on goal, but it was just a single goal from Harry Kane (£6.8m) that separated the two sides. Last year's top point-scorer limped off with a horrible looking ankle injury so 17% of TFF managers will be sweating to hear how much damage the striker has done.
At the other end of the pitch, Spurs have conceded just twice so far this season and have the best defensive record in the league. Kyle Walker (£4.2m) has 33 TFF points for the season, gathering yet another key contribution in the build-up to Kane's winner.
As for the Black Cats it's a defeat that leaves them down in 19th, three points from safety. The pressure is starting to mount on David Moyes but with home clashes against Crystal Palace and West Brom to come in Weeks 7 and 8, their first win of the season might be just around the corner.