1 ALARM BELLS RINGING FOR GOAL-SHY BOURNEMOUTH
Bournemouth's defending left a lot to be desired as they crumbled against Watford, but their failure to penetrate Nigel Pearson's side was equally alarming.
The Cherries have scored the joint-fewest goals (20) this term and have the joint-second worst goal difference (-15) in the top flight.
After seeing his side slump to a ninth defeat in 11 league matches, manager Eddie Howe admitted "the feeling we are going to score has gone missing".
2 HAMMERS HAVE A GOALKEEPER ISSUE
West Ham's pursuit of a new stopper - with Middlesbrough's Darren Randolph still on their radar - will likely have intensified over the weekend.
Lukasz Fabianski suffered a recurrence of his hip injury, which kept him out for three months, while his replacement, David Martin, made another error, leading to Oli McBurnie's winner for Sheffield United.
3 WANTED: A STRIKER FOR NUNO'S WOLVES
Wolves' 1-1 draw with Newcastle suggested manager Nuno Espirito Santo urgently needs a new forward in this month's transfer window.
With Diogo Jota injured, Pedro Neto was given a chance to shine, but he struggled. He is not the only summer signing to do so at Molineux this season, with Jesus Vallejo and Patrick Cutrone having already departed.