Goodison Park to be rocking
Bet 1: Back Everton @ 7/10
The Toffees fired a blank in their opening match at Selhurst Park but they are back at Goodison Park this weekend and Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean have had a week of training with their new team.
Everton haven't had a prolific striker since the departure of Romelu Lukaku, but Kean appears to have bags of potential. He scored six Serie A goals in 535 minutes for Juventus last season, and the highly touted Italian already has two goals in three appearances for his country.
Watford disappointed many against Brighton as they slumped to a 3-0 home defeat to a team that had been tipped to struggle. I still actually believe that it will be a tough season for the Seagulls, and I also think that Javi Gracia's men will finish a lot lower down than they did last year.
Cherries to be picked off at Villa Park
Bet 2: Back Aston Villa @ 11/8
Bournemouth face a newly promoted club for the second week running, and after only being able to draw with Sheffield United, things look set to get even worse for them at Villa Park.
The Villans looked good at Spurs, and while they ended up losing 3-1, they led for the best part of 70 minutes. Scoring goals comes easy to Dean Smith's side, and their attacking players will fancy their chances against a Cherries' defence that had the joint worst defensive record on the road last term.
The visitors were beaten in 13 of their 19 away games last year, and confidence will still be high amongst the Villa players following their promotion.
Canaries to be on-song
Bet 3: Back Norwich @ 11/8
The winners of last year's Championship were Norwich City and after trailing 4-0 at Anfield in their first Premier League game back, they showed real character to win the second half 1-0.
The Canaries looked threatening more than once against Liverpool and last year's Championship top scorers shouldn't struggle in front of goal at this new level.
Newcastle, on the other hand, have lost both Rondon and Perez - their two leading scorers from last season. Rafa Benitez has also gone, and while they showed glimpses of promise against Arsenal, they will likely be out-gunned at Carrow Road.