Watford and Manchester United are the curtain raiser as the Premier League returns following the international break ( KO 12:45).
Watford have caught the eye on their return to the flight and will enter the weekend 11th in the table, 8 points off fourth place United.
The Hornets have kept three clean sheets in their last five home games, drawing 0-0 with Southampton and beating Swansea and West Ham United.
In between they have lost 3-0 to Arsenal and 1-0 to Leicester City. United, meanwhile have proved very difficult to break down and have conceded just one goal in their last 7 games.
They are currently on a run of 5 successive clean sheets in all competitions. However while they have proved resilient at the back, goals have proved hard to come by with the Red Devils managing just 7 goals, one a game in their most recent unbeaten run.
Star teenager Anthony Martial, the club’s second top scorer with 3 goals is a doubt for the clash after injuring his foot on international duty while United fans will hope that Wayne Rooney’s goal for England can see him kick-start his season.
The forward has scored just two goals this season for Louis Van Gaal’s side.
In addition to potentially being without Martial, United will also be missing Michael Carrick, Antonio Valencia, Luke Shaw, Paddy McNair and James Wilson.
Chris Smalling will be assessed after picking up a small knock on duty with England while Marouane Fellaini is also a doubt after sitting out both of Belgium’s games.
Watford could be without midfielder Jose Manuel Jurado due to a hamstring injury while Swedish defender Joel Ekstrand is still out with a cruciate ligament injury.
United won 2-1 when they last met in the league at Vicarage Road with Ryan Gigg’s, the current United assistant manager, scoring what proved to be the winner in the 52nd minute.