Leicester to be outfoxed on the South Coast
Bet 1: Back Bournemouth @ 29/20 - KO 15:00 BST
A 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge ended Bournemouth's undefeated start to the season, but I'm willing to forgive them that and I expect them to prove too strong for Leicester.
The Cherries racked up six goals in their three other matches, as they beat Cardiff and West Ham, and drew 2-2 with Everton. Scoring goals is definitely their strong suit, and Callum Wilson in-particular has looked very sharp.
The Foxes didn't play too badly in either of their defeats - a 2-1 loss at Old Trafford and a 2-1 defeat at the King Power against Liverpool, most recently. They weren't brilliant in either of their wins though, and the fans don't appear to be too enthused with Claude Puel's line-ups or tactics.
Andrew Atherley is expecting goals at the Vitality.
Eagles to swoop on toothless Terriers
Bet 2: Back Crystal Palace @ 6/4 - KO 15:00 BST
I was expecting a much better start to the season for Crystal Palace, but after winning their opener at Fulham, they have since fallen to three straight defeats.
Wilfred Zaha missed the latest of those, but he's back for this fixture, and he holds the key for the Eagles. Roy Hodgson will be hoping that his star man can finish some of the chances that Christian Benteke has been missing, and they shouldn't have to score too many to beat Huddersfield.
David Wagner's side are struggling this year as they are yet to win, with goals proving the missing ingredient. They netted just twice in their first four outings, and they also failed to score in a 2-0 defeat at Stoke in the EFL Cup.
Dave Tindall is also predicting a strong showing for Palace.
Arsenal to send Rafa back to the drawing board
Bet 3: Back Arsenal @ 19/20 - KO 15:00 BST
The jury is still out on Unai Emery and his Arsenal side as while at times they have looked excellent, at others they have been absolutely shambolic.
Playing out from the back hasn't really done them many favours thus far, but the former PSG boss has the long-term future of the club in mind, as he looks to build a Premier League winning side.
The Gunners have created, but also missed plenty of chances this year, and if they can put it all together, they are liable to give someone a thrashing.
Newcastle could potentially be the contender for that unwanted crown, as despite Rafa Benitez's best efforts, his team are third from bottom with just a single point to their name.
I have no doubt that he will adopt defensive tactics, like he did against Chelsea, but I think the Gunners are better equipped to break them down than what Chelsea were - and the Blues still scored twice in a 2-1 win.
Dan Fitch has previewed this game in full here.