Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked, only 10 months after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain didn't get credit for the goal but he caused it to go in off of Fabricio Coloccini for the only goal in Arsenal's 1-0 win against Newcastle at St. James' Park.
Fabricio Coloccini added to Newcastle's difficult start to the season with an own goal as Newcastle dropped a decision at home to Arsenal in Week 4 action.
David De Gea will continue to watch on from afar as Manchester United attempts to decide his short and long term fate. Sergio Romero will deputize again at the Liberty Stadium.
Marcos Rojo will make the squad for a Premier League match for the first time this season as United travel to Wales for a Week 4 match against last season's tormentors Swansea.
Gael Clichy's prognosis had been a bit murky thus far but Manuel Pelligrini clarified this week that the left back would be out another six or seven weeks.
The newly signed Nicholas Otamendi remains unavailable as he awaits his work permit after signing with Manchester City.
Newly signed Ola Toivonen will be immediately welcomed into the Sunderland squad and may even get a start in his first week at the Stadium of Light.
Bojan looked like he'd be ready to start last weekend but Mark Hughes played it safe, will this be the week he gets his first start of the season for the Potters.
Chris Brunt injured his hamstring against Port Vale in the League Cup in mid-week and had to be substituted. He remains a significant doubt for Saturday's match against Stoke City.
Adnan Januzaj has been ruled out of Manchester United's Week 4 trip to the Liberty Stadium with a hip injury.
Steve McClaren has indicated that Moussa Sissoko has "healed well" this week from the groin injury he suffered in Week 2, but cannot declare the midfielder fit quite yet.