Football Jackpots: Our picks for this weekend's £5m Colossus
We're chasing the big one with our opening salvo of the Premier League season - the £5m Colossus! All we have to do is get seven scores right, easy!
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Howe's men to get off to winning start
Bournemouth v Cardiff
Joe Dyer says: "Bournemouth have enjoyed an encouraging pre-season and have enough about them to kick the season off with a win although it wouldn't surprise were Cardiff to get on the scoresheet."
Predictions: Bournemouth 2-1 Cardiff, Bournemouth 3-1 Cardiff
Point apiece likely at Craven Cottage
Fulham v Crystal Palace
Jasmine Baba says: "Crystal Palace would have learned from the last start of season's horror show but Fulham will stand their ground with a host of new signings."
Predictions: Fulham 1-1 Crystal Palace, Fulham 2-2 Crystal Palace
Chelsea will have to graft against Terriers
Huddersfield v Chelsea
Joe Dyer says: "Chelsea are odds-on to win this but it might be closer than expected against a Huddersfield side that will press and harry in search of opening day spoils."
Prediction: Huddersfield 1-1 Chelsea, Huddersfield 1-2 Chelsea
Look elsewhere for entertainment when Watford host Brighton
Watford v Brighton
Joe Dyer says: "Goals should be in short supply in a game featuring two of last season's lowest scoring sides. A point apiece looks likely.
Predictions: Watford 0-0 Brighton, Watford 1-1 Brighton
Wolves can establish contender credentials with defeat of Toffees
Wolves v Everton
Joe Dyer says: "Wolves are well-fancied to finish best of the rest in the Premier League and face the usual standard bearers for seventh spot in an intriguing fixture. The home side could edge an encounter against the Toffees who are adjusting under Marco Silva."
Prediction: Wolves 2-1 Everton
Burnley under-rated for south coast trip
Southampton v Burnley
Joe Dyer says: "Burnley were a fine away side last year and should come into this one primed to pick up a morale-boosting away point, if not three."
Prediction: Southampton 1-1 Burnley
City's greater continuity can take them past Arsenal
Arsenal v Manchester City
Jasmine Baba says: "Expect both teams to take time to feel each other out. Arsenal will be facing teething problems with the amount of changes over the summer so expect Manchester City to edge it."
Prediction: Arsenal 1-2 Man City
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