London: With the disruption of the international break over, Premier League clubs will be looking for their late additions to make an instant impact this weekend.
Arsenal has pinned its hopes on record-signing Mesut Ozil. The Germany playmaker is in line to make his debut at Sunderland on Saturday after joining from Real Madrid for 50 million euros ($67 million) on Sept. 2.
After a losing start, Arsenal responded with back-to-back wins.
Liverpool is setting the pace so far as the only team with maximum points from a three straight 1-0 wins.
The 18-time English champions, who are at Swansea on Monday, have made their best start to a league campaign in 20 years.