Liverpool probably have the easiest task of the big 3 - although it's not reflected by the odds - when they travel to a Bournemouth team who are a woefully out of form, uncharacteristically netting just 5 goals in their last 8 outgoings.
Everton's Interim Manager, Duncan Ferguson still wears his Everton sweatband that he wore when he was playing 13 years after retiring.
Silva was sacked by Everton on Thursday after 18 months in charge, a day after his team lost 5-2 at Merseyside rival Liverpool to slip into the relegation zone in the Premier League. Meanwhile, Watford have a appointed a Manager - their third of the season - as Nigel Pearson begins life as the new coach against Crystal Palace, who come to Vicarage Road.
The former Hull and Watford boss becomes the fourth managerial casualty since Farhad Moshiri took charge of Everton in 2016 after Roberto Martinez, Ronald Koeman and Sam Allardyce.
Silva was reported to have survived one round of emergency talks among the Everton hierarchy after the home loss to Norwich City last month but his dismissal was no surprise following defeats by Leicester City and Liverpool.
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The Blues conceded five times to Liverpool for the first time since 1982.
Everton fans will just hope that continues against Manchester United this week.
Manchester United's English striker Marcus Rashford (C) celebrates scoring the opening goal from the penalty spot during the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on December 7, 2019.
However, it does not look like Everton are now considering Ferguson for the role full-time and that might mean this remains something of a one-off.