The Premier League returns to weekend action on Saturday with QPR hosting Norwich City in the early kick-off.
Harry Redknapp made a number of deadline day signings, and will be hoping for an instant impact when the Canaries travel to Loftus Road.
Newcastle host Chelsea in the pick of the three o’clock kick-offs, with Rafa Benitez needing a response from his players following the 2-2 draw at Reading on Wednesday.
Nacho Monreal is in line for an Arsenal debut against Stoke at the Emirates, whilst Danny Graham could be in the Sunderland squad for their trip to face the Royals.
Everton host Aston Villa and Swansea travel to West Ham, whilst Wigan and Southampton meet in a crucial battle between relegation contenders.
In the late kick-off, Fulham host Manchester United just a week after losing 4-1 at Old Trafford in the FA Cup.
On Sunday, Andre Villas-Boas takes his Tottenham Hotspur side to West Brom, before Manchester City and Liverpool meet in the ‘Super Sunday’ clash. New signing Philippe Coutinho could be involved for the Reds.