After approximately a month on the sidelines, Rafael Da Silva returned to the Manchester United starting line-up for the Capital One Cup match against Liverpool.
Mark Hughes was forced into a defensive change at Goodison Park on Saturday after Philippe Wollscheid was ruled out because of an inner ear problem.
Walter Mazzarri was forced into two defensive changes against Arsenal in game week three with Craig Cathcart and Miguel Britos ruled out for the Golden Boys.
Kyle Walker had to exit Tottenham's match against Liverpool during the first half because of an illness.
Michel Vorm, filling in for the injured Hugo Lloris, put in a solid performance and helped Tottenham to keep within reach of eventually drawing with Liverpool, 1-1.
Liverpool's attack was dangerous for much of the match but they only could muster one goal courtesy of a James Milner spot kick and eventually settled for a 1-1 draw with Tottenham.
James Morrison finally played a full 90 minutes in Albion's midweek visit to Northampton and is in contention to start again in the Premier League in Week 3.
With Olivier Giroud still coming back from his summer exertions, it seems likely that Alexis Sanchez will line up as a central forward for the third week in a row at Watford.
Arsene Wenger indicated in his press conference that it would be a last minute decision as to whether Mesut Ozil would be ready to start on Saturday.
Daryl Janmaat has come in to Vicarage Road this week but Walter Mazzarri has indicated that all three of his new signings are unlikely to start this weekend.
Roberto Pereyra has arrived at Watford but his status is uncertain for Week 3 against Arsenal at Vicarage Road.
With Jack Butland being brought back slowly from injury, Shay Given will get his third consecutive start in net for the Potters against Everton at Goodison Park.