The second weekend of the Premier League begins tomorrow, and Bleacher Report is keeping you up to date with news of all the teams.
Two teams, Chelsea and Reading, are ahead of the curve in terms of games played as they met midweek at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea came out on top with a win and therefore lead the league with six points from two games.
Injuries and last-minute transfers (at least until the window closes) are pieces of information we fans like to know and we'll give you as much of it as possible.
Here is the Premier League's weekend team news.
Chelsea won their first two games of the season but things weren't exactly easy. The game against Reading was especially tough for the Blues but they have come out with two wins in two games.
David Luiz and Marko Marin missed out on the game against Reading, and Marin has not been involved in the team's two Premier League games so far. Luiz is expected to be fit this weekend while Marin is still out of action.
Fulham delivered a ton of goals without Clint Dempsey in their first game of the season.
While Dempsey's absence is due to his own transfer situation, Fulham have a number of players missing through injury.
Philippe Senderos, Simon Davies and Kerim Frei are all currently injured.
Swansea put on a solid performance under new manager Michael Laudrup and have a very healthy goal difference after one game.
Swansea may have a few players returning from injury for this weekend's game.
West Bromwich Albion made sure Brendan Rodgers' reign at Liverpool did not get off to a good start with their 3-0 win at home last weekend.
The club has no major injuries to speak of and that's a good thing as they head to Tottenham tomorrow.
The Baggies have made some solid signings during the summer so far and it looks as if there won't be any more arrivals, but there could be a departure as the Daily Mail has reported that other Premier League teams are interested in Peter Odemwingie.
Manchester City came from behind in thrilling fashion at home against Southampton and now have two competitive wins to their name, if you count the Community Shield.
Gareth Barry, Micah Richards and Sergio Aguero will be out until September, but City certainly have enough depth to cover those positions.
The club has yet to make a marquee signing this summer but have cleared out some space with the recent departure of Emmanuel Adebayor to Tottenham and Adam Johnson on the way to Sunderland.
There are rumours that City is looking into signing Fiorentina star Stevan Jovetic.
Newcastle returns from its midweek Europa League adventure where they tied 1-1 with Greek club Atromitos FC before facing Chelsea this weekend.
The club had a number of first-team players out for that game and will face some decisions where key players are concerned.
Demba Ba, team captain Fabricio Coloccini and Cheick Tiote all missed the midweek game but could return this weekend.
The club has been continuously linked to former player Andy Carroll, and his current boss, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, has stated his annoyance at the club's recent bid attempts.
West Ham returned to the Premier League with a victory over Aston Villa and will look to be a problem side for the top teams in the league.
The Hammers have recently signed Matt Jarvis ahead of their game against Swansea but it's unlikely the attacker will be thrust into first-team action right away.
James Collins is the only player on the treatment table at the moment.
Everton is coming off a massive opening-day victory over Manchester United and the club will be hoping to continue that form when they face Aston Villa.
Everton's squad is at full strength currently with no injuries or suspensions to speak of.
Stoke City was held by Premier League newcomers Reading last week and things don't get any easier as Arsenal comes to town.
There are no major injuries for the squad at the moment, and there are reports that Tom Huddlestone could soon join the club on loan.
Dean Whitehead will miss the game through suspension after receiving a red card against Reading, while Jermaine Pennant is returning from injury but likely to be fit.
Arsenal was held at home against Sunderland last week and will not have an easy test against Stoke.
There is plenty of news on the injury front for the Gunners with Emmanuel Frimpong, Laurent Koscielny, Tomas Rosicky, Bacary Sagna and Jack Wilshere all unavailable.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Lukasz Fabianski should be back for the Stoke game.
Reading FC showed they are not afraid of anyone with their performance against Chelsea on Wednesday.
Pavel Pogrebnyak looks like he will be a great signing for the club, and it doesn't look as if there will be any more additions before the window closes..
The squad is virtually at full fitness.
Jack Cork is set to be the only player missing from a Southampton squad preparing for its first home Premier League encounter this season.
Southampton gave Manchester City a scare last weekend before losing 3-2, but will be positive about their chances against Wigan.
A loss was certainly not what new manager Andre Villas-Boas would have wanted to start his Tottenham career, but that was the result when his side visited Newcastle.
The long-awaited arrival of Emmanuel Adebayor on a permanent basis was finalized during the week, which is good news for the club.
On the injury front, Scott Parker, Younes Kaboul, Giovani Dos Santos are all currently out of action.
Aston Villa's loss to West Ham did not get the Paul Lambert era off to a good start but there is plenty of time to turn that around.
The return of Chris Herd and Nathan Delfouneso will help the club, but Everton will prove to be a really tough challenge.
Gabriel Agbonlahor, Richard Dunne and Marc Albrighton remain on the injury list, with youngster Gary Gardner joining them.
Manchester United still have injury troubles on defense with Phil Jones, Jonny Evans, Chris Smalling and Rio Ferdinand all likely to miss the game against Fulham.
Wigan Athletic lost their opening match to Chelsea and could see young star Victor Moses join the London club before the transfer window closes.
The fitness of three players, Jean Beausejour, Shaun Maloney and James McArthur, will be tested before the game against Southampton, and late decisions will be made as to whether or not these players will be involved.
Liverpool will face Manchester City this weekend and face the prospect of losing their first two Premier League games of the season.
The club will have to do without Daniel Agger through suspension, but Steven Gerrard, Glen Johnson and Luis Suarez were rested for the club's midweek European game against Hearts and will be raring to go.
The club is reportedly set to sign Nuri Sahin on loan, while a possible move for Clint Dempsey is in doubt as Fulham has lodged a complaint concerning remarks made by Brendan Rodgers about the attacker.
Norwich City lost by five goals in its first game of the new Premier League season.
The team is likely to be without the services of Steven Whittaker, Elliot Bennet, David Fox and Elliot Ward.
Queens Park Rangers suffered a heavy opening-day defeat for the second season in a row.
The club is still wheeling and dealing in the transfer market with former Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar reportedly set to join the club and Spurs having accepted a bid for defender Michael Dawson.
Jose Bosingwa could make his debut for the club.
Players like Tommy Smith, Heidar Helguson and Matthew Connolly have left the club to join Cardiff City.
Armand Traore is still missing through injury.