Sergio Aguero's injury against Everton could mean Manchester City eye up a return for John Guidetti.
There have been some shifts in the charts this week - large and small.
Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck were Arsenal's two most high profile signings from the summer, and have got the blessing of Per Mertesacker.
Liverpool's Mario Balotelli, Manchester United's Robin van Persie and Tottenham Hotspur's Roberto Soldado squander big chances under pressure.
The Tory MP Nigel Mills has apologised for playing the Candy Crush computer game on his iPad during a House of Commons committee hearing about pension reforms.
Hayley Parsons, the entrepreneur who founded the opera-singer-fronted price comparison site Go Compare at her kitchen table eight years ago, will bank nearly £44m after insurance group esure said it would buy the 50% of her business it did not already own.
It is rare that any creative industry can look at a single person and say with any confidence that they started it all. But perhaps that is possible with video game consoles, and perhaps that person is Ralph Baer, who has died at the age of 92.
Here is how Southampton and Manchester United will line-up for tonight's Premier League clash at St Mary's...
Google 's YouTube is in "fire drill" mode, according to a person close to the video service, The Wall Street Journal reported. YouTube is offering bonuses to some of the top video-makers to sign multiyear deals in which they agree to post content exclusively on YouTube for a time before putting it on a rival service.
A posting on Square Enix France's shop shows PS4 remasterings of the two games.