ARSENAL were one of the busiest clubs during the transfer window making two big signings and offloading nine.
Pierre-Emerick Aubayemang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan will make a difference while Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud will be missed.
But it's the departure of Theo Walcott that could hit hardest as he returns to the Emirates today aiming to prove Arsene Wenger wrong – and win a place in England's World Cup squad.
Walcott's one of those players who hasn't fully used his talent but two goals against Leicester in midweek proves he means business.
It's a good time to be facing the Gunners who haven't addressed the kind of defensive frailties cruelly exposed by Swansea on Tuesday.
Sam Allardyce will hope Everton are on the way up with Walcott but they've lost three and drawn one of their last four league visits to the Emirates. However, they've netted each time so both to score at 21-20 with Stan James looks on.
Aubayemang has the potential to take the Premier League by storm after smashing in the goals for Borussia Dortmund. He is 7-2 at Sky Bet to score first on his debut.
Elsewhere in the Premier League I fancy Bournemouth at 42-41 to beat Stoke at home. Eddie Howe acclaimed his side's 3-0 midweek win at Chelsea as their best in three seasons in the top flight and it's difficult to argue.
Paul Lambert has a win and draw in his opening two games but it was clear from the 0-0 draw with Watford they lack a scorer.
Bournemouth on the other hand have hit 2+ in five of their last seven and Callum Wilson could notch at 13-10 with McBookie.
Runaway leaders Man City should continue their race to the title by winning at Burnley but are just 1-3 at Marathonbet in the lunchtime game. Take City and over 2.5 match goals at 20-23 with Coral – could be something like 3-0 or 3-1.
Crystal Palace continue to improve and they’ll their fancy chances tomorrow at home to a Newcastle side who did less than expected by their fans during the window – with Islam Slimani on loan from Leicester their main arrival. Palace are 21-20 with William Hill and McBookie.