We may predominantly cover the Championship on Get West London, but I think we all retain an interest in the Premier League too.
The new season returns tonight with Arsenal taking on Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium.
And with the new season on the pitch comes the new virtual season, with fans up and down the country going through their stats to put together their fantasy team good enough to win their private leagues.
Us journalists like to get involved too and while we're putting our teams together, we thought we'd put what we consider to be the best XI together.
This is an XI for Fantasy.PremierLeague.com based on all the stats we have to hand, and it leaves you with just enough money to spend on four of the cheapest players to sit on your bench.
Goalkeeper - Heurelho Gomes (4.5m)
You might think this one comes out of left field, but hear us out.He was actually the ninth highest-scoring goalkeeper in the game last season, in a team that finished 17th! Watford are only going to get better this season (you would think) under Marco Silva, given the signings they've made. And Gomes loves a penalty save, too - he's made nine in Premier League history.
Defender - James Milner (6.5m)
Milner is a steady Eddie, playing week in, week out. Barring injury he's pretty much guaranteed to win you appearance points, plus he kept ten clean sheets last season. Oh, and don't forget, he's Liverpool's penalty taker too - he scored seven goals last season.
Defender - Gareth McAuley (5.0m)
He plays for a team that loves a set-piece.Under Tony Pulis West Brom are pretty much nailed on for a mid-table finish aren't they? McAuley netted six times last year, and will probably end up with a similar amount this time around. Kept six clean sheets and only missed 277 minutes of action last year.
Defender - Charlie Daniels (5.0m)
The Bournemouth man kept ten clean sheets last season, made three assists and scored four goals. He just gets the nod ahead of team-mate Adam Smith (same price) who was joint top of the defenders' assists chart with five, but only scored one goal and kept fewer clean sheets.
Defender - Kieran Trippier (5.5m)
This all depends on his injury and how bad it is. With Kyle Walker having left Spurs, Trippier is the club's first-choice right-back, and given his position as a number two last season, his price is a bit lower than his team-mates. Spurs had the best defensive record last season, while Trippier assisted five goals, the same amount as Walker, despite playing only 566 minutes of football.
Midfielder - Alexis Sanchez (12.0m)
He's a midfielder on the game. Still. Amazing really. The highest scoring player on the game last season thanks to 24 goals and 10 assists.It looks like he's staying at the Emirates, so get him in your team, first name down surely?
Midfielder - Dele Alli (9.5m)
Across north London you have to go for Dele Alli. He scored 18 goals and set up seven for his team-mates, making him another no-brainer in terms of midfield men. Midfielders also get a point for a clean sheet, with Spurs keeping 15 last season.
Midfielder - Pedro (8.0m)
Can Chelsea replicate what they did last season? No one knows just yet, but the Spaniard was just shy of double figures in both goals and assists last season with nine apiece. He will almost always play or come off the bench and if the Blues have the same sort of defensive record, will pick up clean sheet points like Alli.
Midfielder - Wilfried Zaha (7.0m)
If you're looking for a bit of a cheaper option in midfield, look no further than Wilfried Zaha. Only Kevin de Bruyne and Alexis Sanchez provided more assists from open play than the Crystal Palace man last season and with Frank de Boer in charge Zaha is likely to be part of a front three. He'll feed Christian Benteke, but will look to add more goals to his game too.
Striker - Romelu Lukaku (11.5m)
The Premier League's second highest scorer last season has moved to Old Trafford. Surely he will get more and better chances at Manchester United than he did at Everton? If so, the thought of how many goals he might score is scary. Has 85 goals in five full seasons in the Premier League, he'll surely get at least 20 this year again.
Striker - Joshua King (7.5m)
There is a bit of trepidation around the final player in the team. The Norway striker is entering his third full season in the top flight. He bagged six goals in 2015/16 and then soared to 16 last year. If he continues the upward trajectory you'd expect nearer the 20 mark. But Jermain Defoe is now back at Bournemouth, so which way will manager Eddie Howe go? Defoe is, however, 8.0m, which would leave you short of money to fill your substitutes' bench and would require something of a re-jig elsewhere.
You may question why top scorer Harry Kane does not make the list. He's one to add in perhaps in September, after all, he's failed to score in August in each of the last two seasons before going on to become the league's top scorer...
The new season kicks-off at 7.45pm tonight, so you have to get your teams done and dusted by 6.45pm. Good luck.