Crystal Palace 2.727/4 v Leicester 2.9215/8; The Draw 3.412/5
A match against two sides that recorded fantastic victories last Sunday and one that looks extremely tought to call.
As I mentioned a fortnight ago if Palace could produce the form they showed in the second half of last season then 2.727/4 would look a great price. But they failed to beat Burnley on home soil two weeks ago - in fact they were lucky to avoid defeat - and you were left wondering whether they'd be the same side under Neil Warnock as they were under Tony Pulis.
Then the Eagles go to Goodison Park and beat Everton! But perhaps we shouldn't read too much into that win as the Toffees are quite poor at the moment.
And so too are Man United, defensively at leat, so maybe we shouldn't read too much into Leicester's remarkable comeback win over Louis van Gaal's strugglers either.
I'm going to leave the Match Odds well alone as I simply can't call the outcome, but I do fancy this fixture to contain goals. Neither side look rock solid defensively, and with both teams high on confidence and believing they'll be able to win then I'm expecting a ding-dong affair with at least three goals scored.
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.111/10
Chelsea 1.241/4 v Aston Villa 16.5; The Draw 7.26/1
I made reference last weekend to the fact that Aston Villa had recorded the fewest shots on target this season of any club in the Premier League, and therefore maybe their excellent start to the campaign should be taken with a pinch of salt.
And so it proved as they were readily brushed aside by Arsenal 0-3 on home soil. That Opta stat still rings true this week also - Villa have recorded just eight shots on target this term, still the fewest of any club in the top flight.
So maybe this is the week to back Chelsea to keep a clean sheet. Jose Mourinho's men have been incredibly disappointing at the back so far this season and perhaps that's how it's going to be for the Blues from now on - score loads but concede quite a few also. But I just can't help but feel that Mourinho will be extremely disappointed at his side's defensive performances.
Chelsea have already conceded against Championship side Bolton and out-of-form Schalke at Stamford Bridge, plus two at home to Swansea, as well as one at Burnley, three at Everton, and a late goal last Sunday against 10-man Manchester City.
So I'm reluctantly going to pass on backing a Chelsea Win to Nil at around 2.01/1 and instead hope that Villa do get on the scoresheet and force Diego Costa and Co to go even more on the offensive and score at least four themselves.
Back Any Unquoted Correct Score @ 4.1
Hull 7.06/1 v Manchester City 1.584/7; The Draw 4.47/2
This is another tough game to predict simply because I'm not into the habit of recommending a wager at long odds-on. The thing is, I'm happy to say when I feel a 1.584/7 is generous even if I don't want to get involved myself, but I'm struggling to make a case for Man City at such short odds.
Yes, they are by far the most likely winners, the odds suggest that. But the Citizens have taken just eight points from their opening five games which is their lowest tally since they took just four points from the same number of games in 2006-07.
Opta tell us that Hull have hosted Man City just three times in recent seasons and they've lost just one of those games (last season 0-2, when Manuel Pellergrini's men played for 80 minutes with just 10 men) so given the relatively slow start made by the champions this season it's hard to argue against anyone who wants to lay them at around 1.594/7.
My gut feeling is that Man City will win, but it won't be all plain sailing, and laying a 1.594/7 shot will hardly bankrupt you should you lose. So let's do that, and hope that either Hull score first or they hold on for at least 65 minutes to give us an decent trading opportunity.
Lay Man City @ 1.594/7
Manchester United 1.392/5 v West Ham 9.417/2; The Draw 5.79/2
What a crazy game Manchester United were involved in last week. They looked as though they could score every time they attacked when holding the advantage, but as soon as Leicester were back on level terms they looked - and defended - no better than a local Sunday morning pub team.
So you won't be surprised to learn that Over 2.5 Goals is trading at just 1.528/15, possibly one of the lowest 'Overs' prices we've had for a long time on Betfair.
It's easy to see why that price is what it is given Louis' Gaalacticos have played two games since being brought together, and their results have been 4-0 and 5-3. And now they entertain West Ham, a side who have been doing well in recent weeks, including an excellent 3-1 win over Liverpool last Saturday.
So you've got to wager on goals being scored at Old Trafford this weekend. Over 4.5 Goals is trading at 4.3100/30, and I won't be surprised at all if the game ends that way.
Back Over 4.5 Goals @ 4.3100/30
Southampton 1.4740/85 v QPR 9.28/1; The Draw 4.77/2
Southampton have been very impressive this season, so much so that they've now been matched at a low of 18.017/1 to record a Top 4 Finish this term from a high of 150.0149/1 before a ball was kicked.
I imagine those odds will shorten slightly if they brush aside QPR in the manner in which I expect.
I certainly believe 1.4740/85 about a Saints win is a safe bet, but as I've mentioned many times those odds are not really my cup of tea so I'll endeavour to look for something more appealing. And that wager could be to back Southampton HT/Southampton FT at 2.1411/10.
The Saints scored two first half goals and were in front at the interval away at Arsenal in midweek, and the same is true of their last home game when they thrashed Newcastle 4-0. They've now scored at least four goals in three of their last seven Premier League home games.
Compare that to QPR's away form. Harry Redknapp's men have already lost 4-0 at both Manchester United and Tottenham this season, and Opta tell us that they've failed to score in any of their last five Premier League away games.
So it's easy to see why an easy win for Ronald Koeman's men is being predicted, let's just hope they can lead at half time on their way to collecting another three points.
Back Southampton HT/Southampton FT @ 2.1411/10 (best bet)
Sunderland 2.915/8 v Swansea 2.767/4; The Draw 3.412/5
After their 100% winning start to this season's Premier League capaign, Swansea were always going to struggle to make it four wins from four when they travelled to Stamford Bridge.
Garry Monk's men performed well in that game however, and we didn't really get a chance to see how the Swans had reacted to their first defeat of the season when they had to play much of last week's loss to Southampton with just 10 men. They certainly didn't disgrace themselves that's for sure.
Sunderland are stuggling to find their stride, which is perhaps no surprise following last season's heroics, but what the Black Cats don't want to do is go on a long winless run and get tangled up in another relegation battle.
As most games are in this division, this is very tough to call, but I just fancy a low-scoring encounter that could go either way. So backing Under 2.5 Goals is the suggestion.
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.84/5