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.
Dusan Tadic started out the season well in fantasy but not well enough to keep his place in the starting line-up as he sits on the bench again in Denmark.
Rudy Gestede gets his easiest matchup of the season in week four, at home against Sunderland.
Aston Villa midfielder Aleksander Tonev has completed a permanent move to Seria A newcomers Frosinone.
Jack Grealish started in place of Scott Sinclair in Aston Villa's week three match.
John Terry will miss Chelsea's week four match due to being suspended.
Andy Carroll is expected to return to West Ham's matchday squad in week five against Newcastle.
Kevin Nolan has left West Ham United by mutual consent with immediate effect.
Diafra Sakho "should be ok for Liverpool" according to West Ham manager Slaven Bilic.
Injuries are beginning to mount for Palace after Aussie international Mile Jedinak limped off minutes into the second half of Tuesdays' Capital One cup game with Shrewsbury.
Leicester City are healthy going into week four with only long-term absentee Matty James being out.
Bacary Sagna looks set to continue his run in the City first team after Pablo Zabaleta was ruled out for up-to a month after damaging knee ligaments in training.
Arsene Wenger could be forced into using Gabriel and Calum Chambers for the trip to Newcastle as doubts remain over the availability of Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny.
Liverpool were finally able to get Mario Balotelli off of their books with a loan of the maligned striker to AC Milan, and now "Super" Mario is ready to blame everyone but himself for flopping at Anfield.
Having seemingly given up on the pursuit of Saido Berahino, Tottenham have prepared a bid for the transfer of forward Son Heung-min from Bayer Leverkusen.