No one is dropping Jack Grealish, Ollie Watkins or Callum Wilson over missing a single match, but there might be peripheral players that managers consider moving out in favour of those who have a chance of bringing in Fantasy points this weekend.
Here are my recommended priorities for waiver-wire claims among players likely to be available in eight-team draft leagues:
I was surprised to see Pickford available in my "Clash Across the Pond" league.
I get that he's been incredibly frustrating and Everton are struggling at the back, but with Burnley coming up in Gameweek 11 he's a solid stopgap option if you have Emiliano Martinez, Karl Darlow or someone with a poor match-up.
Unless you drafted your defenders early at the expense of other positions, it's likely that the value of your fifth defender is going to vary wildly from week-to-week based on match-ups.
If your current option isn't playing or has a tough fixture, I'd be thinking about Bednarek or Ryan Bertrand from Southampton. Saints face struggling Brighton & Hove Albion and have a better chance at a clean sheet than the other likely suspects such as Luke Ayling, Hector Bellerin or Angelo Ogbonna.
I was impressed by Cavaleiro playing as a forward against in-form Leicester City on Monday. Given that Fulham looked like a perfectly competent Premier League side with Cavaleiro leading the line, you have to think he will get some more chances up front.
If you're looking for a short-term option in midfield then I like Daniel Podence, even with Wolverhampton Wanderers' match-up against Liverpool. The champions are still struggling with injuries at the back and Podence has been consistently dangerous.
It's always a worry to see someone go down with a significant injury and we wish Raul Jimenez a speedy recovery from his clash of heads at Emirates Stadium last weekend.
That said, the injury opens up a spot for Silva to show he was worth the fee that Wolves paid for him over the summer. Bobby Decordova-Reid is the only other enticing option, but he is playing against Manchester City this weekend, so Silva seems like the right move at forward.