The biggest news this week was Robin van Persie's transfer from Arsenal to Manchester United, and therefore the most interesting selection decision of the weekend will be Sir Alex Ferguson's choice of forwards against Everton.
There were already question marks about how United would line up after the addition of Shinji Kagawa, and the purchase of Van Persie means that Ferguson might be shifting back towards a fluid three-man strike-force, as he used effectively when winning the Champions League in 2008.
For the Everton game, however, it would be a very bold move for Ferguson to pick Van Persie from the start, considering he'll only have trained with the rest of the side for two days. I wouldn¹t be surprised to see the Dutchman starting on the bench, with a more familiar United strike-force used instead.
Ferguson will recall how well Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck combined in the 4-4 draw against Everton in April, particularly for a goal that was reminiscent of Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole in the Nou Camp in 1999, and I think that partnership might be used again here, perhaps with Kagawa starting in a wide position. With Chris Smalling injured and Rafael da Silva recovering from competing in the Olympics, Antonio Valencia could start at right-back.
If Van Persie does start, expect to see him peeling off towards the left side, outside Everton's right-sided centre-back, probably Phil Jagielka. From that position, he scored a superb volley against Everton at the Emirates last season. Will he able to reproduce that magic in a Manchester United shirt?