Leeds to build on opening day promise
Bet 1: Back Leeds @ 6/10 - KO 15:00 BST
All three of the newly promoted teams were beaten in their opening Premier League matches of the season, but it was Leeds who fared the best, and I am backing them to beat Fulham this weekend.
Marcelo Bielsa's men won plenty of fans in their 4-3 defeat an Anfield, and while Liverpool were very accommodating at the back, Leeds still showed more than enough to suggest that they will be just fine this season.
Scott Parker's side, however, looked pretty poor in their 0-3 home defeat to Arsenal, and despite Aleksandar Mitrovic likely being back in the team, I just can't see them taking anything from their trip to Elland Road.
United to keep a clean sheet at Old Trafford
Bet 2: Back Man United to win to nil @ 11/10 - KO 17:30 BST
Crystal Palace pulled off a bit of a surprise win at home to Southampton last weekend, as many people, including myself, expected them to really struggle this year.
I still actually think that Roy Hodgson's side will be down near the relegation, and it's hard to imagine them troubling United at Old Trafford.
The big decision that Ole Gunnar Solskjær will have to make is who starts in goal, and whoever gets the nod will be desperate to repay the manager's faith with a clean sheet.
Worrying times for West Ham
Bet 3: Back Arsenal & Over 2.5 Goals @ 6/5 - KO 20:00 BST
The Gunners are on a roll, and they should be able to continue that against West Ham, in a game that should have at least three goals.
Mikel Arteta's side put three past Fulham last weekend, with new-boy, Willian, assisting all three. One of the scorers at the Cottage was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and he put pen to paper on a new deal during the week.
The Hammers lost 2-0 at home to Newcastle, with David Moyes already beginning to feel the pressure. They did bounce back to beat Charlton 3-0 in the Carabao Cup, but they could be in for a good hiding at the Emirates.