The Cottagers can cheer
After a five goal thriller in the opening 45 minutes, and coming out at full-time with their first three points of the season, Fulham can breathe a sigh of relief. A Mitrovic brace helped the home team come out on top with a 4-2 win over struggling Burnley.
Many predicted The Clarets would struggle after their European outing on Thursday night, but what was once a solid defence is now looking fragile, conceding seven since the league start. But this form is spanning from last season, as they have collected just three points in their last eight league games, drawing three and losing five.
Burnley's relegation prices are being cut quickly and are now 3.211/5 to face the drop. They face Manchester United next. Fulham have stayed the same price at 4.1 in the market.
St James' Park curse is broken
Chelsea continued their 100% record winning 2-1 away at St James' Park. To the Blues, Newcastle's ground has been known to be difficult to find a victory, not winning here since 2011 and it looked to be the same until Eden Hazard's penalty broke the deadlock in the 76th minute.
The hosts quickly responded, equalising through Joselu's header. However it was all in vain as DeAndre Yedlin found the back of his own net, off Marcus Alonso's shot, to put Chelsea back in front.
Chelsea's perfect start to the season has, unsurprisingly, shortened their odds to win the Premier League to 12.011/1, but they're still far away from odds-on favourites Manchester City at 1.768/11 and Liverpool at 3.953/1. Their Top Four chances have also been slightly cut, with the Blues now 1.4640/85
Hornets stay stinging
Watford are the unlikeliest team to be matching Liverpool on points after defeating Crystal Palace 2-1 and making it three wins from their first three games.
Roberto Pereyra notched the first goal for the hosts and his third of the season to join the likes of Sergio Aguero, Richarlison and Sadio Mane for Top Goalscorer. You can still get 150/1 on Pereyra to end up with the Golden Boot on Betfair Sportsbook.
Crystal Palace were unlucky for several reasons. The Hornets' Etienne Capoue could have easily seen red for his late challenge on Wilfried Zaha but stayed on the pitch, Watford's second goal came from a flukey cross by Jose Holebas that just floated in and to add insult to injury, Joel Ward had a clear chance in the penalty area in the 95th minute but headed wide. A goal that should have been the equaliser.
Unlucky as Palace were, there's no denying Watford have improved under their manager. They have lost only one of their nine home games in the League under Javi Gracia, winning six and drawing two.
Their relegation odds drifting from 8.007/1 before the start of this weekend's games to 16.015/1. If they keep up with these strong performances 2.6213/8 is more than fair for them to finish in the top half of the table.