Bournemouth 2.915/8 v Leicester 2.6613/8; The Draw 3.55/2
(Significant Opta Stat: This is Bournemouth's lowest points tally after six Premier League games (3) - in both 2015/16 and 2016/17 they had accumulated seven points at this stage.)
It's impossible to deny that Leicester were handed an extremely tough set of fixtures to start the season, but to lose all four of their big clashes - at home to Chelsea and Liverpool, and away at Arsenal and Manchester United - has to be viewed as slightly disappointing.
And I say slightly disappointing because they competed extremely well in all four of those games, yet don't have a single point to show for their efforts. They led at Arsenal until very late in the game, held United until the 70th minute, lost by just a single goal to the reigning champions, and only a Jamie Vardy saved penalty prevented them from taking at least a point against Liverpool.
I stand by my opinion - for now - that the Foxes will comfortably finish mid-table but Saturday's game away at Bournemouth could well tell us exactly where Craig Shakespeare's men are at. The Foxes need to kick-start their season.
In Leicester's other two league games this term they had no problems beating Brighton, while an away draw is always acceptable in the Premier League, especially when it comes at a newly-promoted club full of momentum that had started the season in fine style.
Against the Cherries on Saturday afternoon Shakespeare's men have an excellent chance to start climbing the table, and I'm willing to wager that they'll take all three points.
Eddie Howe's men have lost five of their first six league games and in a few of those matches - away to Arsenal and at home to Watford - they looked very average indeed. They've also lost at West Brom and their only three points of the season came courtesy of a late turn-around at home to Brighton.
The Cherries performed well at Everton last week up until they took the lead, but once Ronald Koeman changed tactics and went more direct Howe's men looked all at sea, conceded two late goals and could easily have conceded a few more in those dying minutes.
I accept there's little to separate Bournemouth and Leicester on results to date this season, but performance wise I just sense that the Foxes have been much better and that they have far more ability in their squad, certainly enough to record a win on Saturday.
Back Leicester to Win @ 2.6613/8
Manchester United 1.192/11 v Crystal Palace 23.022/1; The Draw 8.415/2
(Significant Opta Stat: Manchester United have won 10 consecutive home top-flight matches against Crystal Palace, recording nine clean sheets in the process.)
Manchester United continue to win comfortably at Old Trafford despite not appearing to play exceptionally well. But maybe that's a good sign, and against the hapless Eagles they have a glorious chance to rack up another comfortable home win.
Jose Mourinho's men have won all three Premier League games on home soil this term, recording an aggregate score of 10-0, but incredibly seven of those 10 goals were scored from the 70th minute onwards, and six of them were scored in the last 10 minutes. United's substitutes are certainly having a major impact also with four of those seven late goals being scored by players introduced late in the game.
For good measure United have also won their two cup games on home soil, 3-0 in the Champions League and 4-1 in the EFL Cup, so they've seemingly become formidable again at the Theatre of Dreams, and that spells huge danger for Palace, especially seeing that the Red Devils were also in rampant form in Moscow in midweek, scoring another four goals in an impressive away win.
Palace already look doomed to me, and as I said last week, Roy Hodgson needs a miracle to save them. Wilfried Zaha being injured has been a massive blow obviously but failing to score a single league goal, losing six out of six, being thrashed at Man City etc, can't all be down to one man being missing.
Lose at Old Trafford on Saturday, and lose against Chelsea in the game after, then I doubt any side will be able to recover from eight defeats out of eight and survive.
As for this game, it's impossible not to envisage another comfortable home win. Not only are United winning and scoring goals for fun while Palace are struggling desperately, but Mourinho's men have a stunning home record against the Eagles. They've won the last 10 league meetings at Old Trafford, and in nine of those match they didn't concede a single goal.
Back Manchester United -2 to Win @ 6/4 (sportsbook) (best bet)
Stoke 3.052/1 v Southampton 2.6213/8; The Draw 3.3512/5
(Significant Opta Stat: Southampton have failed to score in 10 of their last 14 Premier League matches though they have kept a clean sheet in their two opening away games this season.)
I mentioned last week that any team can go on a winless/goalless run, but when it happens for a long period then it suggests that a team actually isn't very good.
I don't think we're quite at that stage yet for Southampton but their goalless run is starting to become a huge issue. It's now 10 games from their last 12 in all competitions that they've failed to score at St Mary's, while in the Premier League, home and away, they've failed to find the back of the net in 10 of their last 14 matches.
Only once have both sides found the back of the net in any game featuring the Saints this season, while 33% of their league matches - okay, that's only two from six - have finished goalless. Mauricio Pellegrino's men have recorded clean sheets in both their away games this term however.
So given that the Saints have a 100% clean sheet record away from home, and that they rarely score at the other end, then I think backing the 0-0 Correct Score when they travel to the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday is a bet worth chancing.
Stoke are a side that don't excite me either and are on a poor run themselves. Mark Hughes' men have lost their last three matches, the last two without scoring a goal, meaning their only league victory this term was a low-scoring 1-0 win over Arsenal.
Obviously backing a goalless draw, or even a very low-scoring game, is a big risk because as I always say, an early sending off, an individual piece of brilliance, a bizarre own goal, a wonder strike, anything like that can always happen in a game of football and it completely changes how the match pans out.
But then that's why we can back a goalless draw at 10.09/1 when, on how both sides are performing currently, it looks to have a fair chance of landing, just like when the two sides met in Stoke at the end of last year.
Back 0-0 Correct Score @ 10.09/1
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