Swansea v Arsenal (Saturday, 15:00)
Bafetimbi Gomis scored the winning goal in both of Swansea's meetings with Arsenal last season
There is no escaping the fact that, since soaking up all the adulation that followed his classy start to the campaign, striking in all four August fixtures, Gomis has performed pretty abysmally. However, what if the fault isn't with him, but rather the opposition? What if he hasn't been tested enough?
The 30-year-old has scored 11 Premier League goals since moving to Swansea in 2014 and it is remarkable how many of those came against the division's elite. Indeed, over half were fired past the current Champions League competitors: two against Manchester United and Arsenal, and one each past Manchester City and Chelsea.
Recommended Bet: Back Gomis to score @ 3.7511/4
Everton v Sunderland (Sunday, 13:30, Sky Sports 1)
Roberto Martinez has won five of his last six Premier League contests with Sam Allardyce
This statistic includes all four of their clashes since the Spaniard moved to Everton, while he also guided Wigan to a 4-1 Capital One Cup triumph at the Boleyn Ground in 2012/13. Allardyce's struggles against the Toffees date back to the David Moyes' regime though: he has lost six straight league showdowns with them and five in a row at Goodison Park.
His new side have been beaten to nil on their last three away days and it would be an error to read too much into their first victory of the season over ten-man Newcastle last week. They always win the derby, with the trend of greater relevance to this match being that they followed the most recent four with defeats, being shut out in half of those.
Recommended Bet: Back Everton to win to nil @ 2.568/5
Southampton v Bournemouth (Sunday, 16:00, Sky Sports 1)
Bournemouth have scored in each of their last eight Premier League games
Opta add that this is the third longest streak of its kind across the entirety of the top flight, with just Leicester (11) and West Ham (10) capable of outperforming it. It is notable that they have continued to net even without sidelined chief goal threat Callum Wilson, with Manchester City and Tottenham the latest high-profile defences breached.
Both of those have conceded far less frequently than Southampton so far this term as the Saints have found living up to 2014/15's exacting rearguard standards difficult. Ronald Koeman's men have gone five league matches without a zero on either side of their scoresheet, leaking nine in five as hosts and only silencing the ten men of Norwich at St Mary's.
Recommended Bet: Back both teams to score @ 1.910/11
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