West Bromwich Albion are expected to have a want-away striker Saido Berahino available for the visit of Southampton on Saturday.
England international Berahino saw his proposed move to Spurs fall through on deadline day, with the Baggies hierarchy reportedly turning down three consecutive bids from the north Londoners.
This prompted Berahino to claim he would never play for chairman Jeremy Peace but manager Tony Pulis insists the striker will be integrated back into the squad ahead of the weekend's clash at St Mary's.
Anders Lindegaard and Jonny Evans are both in-line to make their debuts following their moves from Manchester United but Salomon Rondon is unlikely to feature after his exploits for Venezuela in midweek.
The Saints, meanwhile, will hand a start to influential midfielder Victor Wanyama after the club managed to hang onto the Kenyan despite intense interest throughout the transfer window.
Newly-signed defender Virgil van Dyk should make his debut at the Hawthorns following his move from Celtic but Jordy Clasie (ankle) and Ryan Bertrand (knee) are both sidelined.
Cuco Martina and Sadio Mane both played for their countries on Thursday and will likely be left out by Ronald Koeman, who is looking for his second win of the campaign.