Manchester City travel to Stuttgart for their final pre-season game on Saturday but the Citizens will be taking no risks as Yaya Toure, Fabian Delph and Gael Clichy remain at the Etihad Complex recovering from injury.
Watford wrapped up their preseason schedule with a 0-1 loss to Sevilla.
AFC Bournemouth returned from their summer travels to play a friendly in front of the home crows, but would lose to Championship side Cardiff City, 2-3.
20-year-old Arsenal center back/holding midfielder Isaac Hayden has gone out on loan to Hull City for the 2015-16 season.
Just a couple of hours after signing with West Bromwich Albion, Rickie Lambert was given a start in their friendly with Bristol Rovers and promptly scored two goals as the Baggies would win, 0-4.
Nathan Baker has signed a new deal with Aston Villa that will see him at the club for four more years.
Tim Sherwood continues to rebuild the Aston Villa squad he inherited last season by adding striker Rudy Gestede from Blackburn Rovers to the ranks and French midfielder Jordan Veretout from Nantes as the Villains’ swooped to make their fourth and fifth signings of the summer window.
Marquee summer signings Roberto Firmino and Christian Benteke will not feature in Liverpool's final preseason friendly against Helsinki tomorrow, and Brendan Rodgers has stated that both may not be ready for Week 1 at Stoke.
Diego Costa and Gary Cahill are ready for Chelsea's match against Arsenal this weekend.
Enner Valencia has suffered a serious injury to his knee and and ankle during the club's Europa League match on Thursday.
Stevan Jovetic has left the Premier League and Manchester City for Serie A and Inter Milan according to a Tweet from Inter.
West Bromwich Albion have signed Rickie Lambert from Liverpool on a two-year deal.
As the player remains AWOL from Manchester United's pre-season tour, a permanent move to PSG appears to be nearing completion.
Santi Cazorla, who had only one year remaining on his current contract, has signed a new deal with the club committing his future.
Theo Walcott ended speculation about his future after signing a four-year contract extension with Arsenal.