Steve Rawlings had a [11.5] winner in the last set of fixtures, correctly putting out West Ham 0-1 Wolves. What will our Betting.Betfair writers predict this time?
"This should be a lower-scoring game than expected and with Liverpool's defence being hugely improved, I fancy them to beat Spurs. Tottenham 0-1 Liverpool."
Defence is Liverpool's key
Paul Robinson says: "This should be a lower-scoring game than expected and with Liverpool's defence being hugely improved, I fancy them to beat Spurs. Tottenham 0-1 Liverpool."
Andrew Atherley says: "Both teams have suspect defences and there could be a few goals, with Leicester marginally preferred. Bournemouth 1-2 Leicester."
Cardiff to struggle in Stamford Bridge
Simon Mail says: "Maurizio Sarri's side should have few problems extending their winning start to the season against a Cardiff team struggling for goals. Chelsea 2-0 Cardiff."
Zaha and gang to bounce back
Dave Tindall says: "The hosts can't score at home and Palace have Zaha back to get them in the goals so a repeat of last year's result looks likely. Huddersfield 0-2 Crystal Palace."
Don't rule out a Fulham goal
James Pacheco says: "This match could really end up as anything. But City have conceded in three of their four games so far, Fulham have scored in three of their four games this season, so an away goal is very possible. The question is: how many can City get? Four sounds about right and 4-1 is available at [11.0]. Manchester City 4-1 Fulham."
Gunners to hit their stride
Dan Fitch says: "Newcastle won this fixture last season, but it's hard to see them doing so again given their current form, even against an Arsenal side still finding their feet under new manager Unai Emery. Newcastle 1-2 Arsenal."
Watford manning their fortress
Steve Rawlings says: "Watford have won their first four Premier League matches this season and they've been brilliant at Vicarage Road since Javi Gracia took over in January. They've won seven of ten at home under the Spaniard (lost just one) and they can edge this tight looking encounter against an under-fire Manchester United. Watford 2-1 Manchester United."
Wolves to go the extra mile
Kevin Hatchard says: "A talented Wolves side has made a very strong start to the campaign, while Burnley continue to uncharacteristically leak goals. The hosts should edge this. Wolves 2-1 Burnley."
Even Everton shouldn't mess this one up
Jack Lang says: "Everton have been hit-and-miss so far but can be expected to find a way past an Irons side already low on confidence. Everton 2-1 West Ham."
Teams are too similar
Jasmine Baba says: "The stats don't lie; Saints manager Mark Hughes hasn't led his team to back-to-back victories since January 2017 with Stoke. Expect Brighton to take home a point. Southampton 1-1 Brighton."
Tottenham 0-1 Liverpool
Bournemouth 1-2 Leicester
Chelsea 2-0 Cardiff
Huddersfield 0-2 Crystal Palace
Manchester City 4-1 Fulham
Newcastle 1-2 Arsenal
Watford 2-1 Manchester United
Wolves 2-1 Burnley
Everton 2-1 West Ham
Southampton 1-1 Brighton