Bluebirds to sing their first song
Bet 1: Back Cardiff @ 6/4 - KO 15:00 BST
It's been a pretty torrid time for both Cardiff and Fulham since their promotion back to the top flight, and they come together in Wales this afternoon, with the three points more vital than ever.
Neil Warnock's side weren't expected to survive this year, and the prediction is looking pretty accurate as they sit rock bottom of the table, having taken just two points from a possible 24.
They come into this game having lost six on the bounce in all competitions, but they did put up a good fight last time out at Wembley - going down 1-0 to Spurs.
Fulham on the other hand were put to the sword by Arsenal when they last played - losing 5-1 at Craven Cottage. It was their second consecutive heavy defeat as prior to that they lost 3-0 at Everton.
Slaviša Jokanović spent a lot of money over the summer and the Cottagers were fancied to be a mid-table side. They are down in 17th after eight matches though, and the most concerning thing will be the 21 goals that they have conceded.
If Cardiff are to have any realistic chance of survival, they need to win this game, and at 6/4, I'm willing to take a chance on them to eek it out.
Simon Mail is in profit for his Premier League tips this season and he has previewed this game in full here.
Wolves to prey on vulnerable Hornets
Bet 2: Back Wolves @ 3/4 - KO 15:00 BST
Wolves were the other promoted club this year and they are showing the other two how to do it. Nuno Espírito Santo's team are up in seventh place having lost just once this term.
They are yet to score more than two goals in a single match, and are the lowest scorers of any of the top 12 sides in the division, but with just six goals conceded at the other end, only the top three have a better defensive record.
At Molineux it's two draws and two wins, and that includes a visit from Manchester City. They won to nil on their two latest outings in front of their own fans and today they take on a Watford team who are dropping like a stone.
The Hornets made a record breaking start to their campaign but since their 2-1 win over Spurs on the first Sunday in September, they have taken just one point from a possible 12 - culminating in a 4-0 home defeat to Bournemouth.
Javi Gracia has injury concerns ahead of this game and I find it difficult to see them causing the hosts too many problems.
Steve Rawlings is also predicting three points for Wolves.
Cherries to leave Hughes with that sick feeling
Bet 3: Back Bournemouth @ 11/10 - KO 15:00 BST
Other than Wolves, the only other club punching above their weight this season is Bournemouth. The Cherries climbed to sixth following that rampant success at Vicarage Road, and they will be confident of recording win number six of the season, back at Dean Court this afternoon.
Eddie Howe's men have taken 10 points from a possible 12 on home turf this term, and they have racked up 10 goals in the process. Callum Wilson and Josh King are proving a handful for opposition defences to contain, and while the latter is an injury doubt here, the vibes are that he will make it.
The visitors today are neighbours, Southampton, with Mark Hughes being a manager under a bit of pressure. The Saints are 16th and have lost their last three league games - all of which were to nil.
Admittedly, they had tough opponents in the shape of Liverpool, Wolves and Chelsea, but they've already lost to Everton and Leicester this season, and they failed to beat Brighton and Burnley at St Mary's.
Andy Schooler is keen on plenty of goals for the hosts.