United off to a fast start but we've been here before...
The Key Opta Stat: This is the third successive Premier League season that Man Utd have won their opening two matches of the campaign - however, they finished both 2016-17 and 2015-16 outside the top-four.
It possibly a bit mean-spirited to crab a team that has won both its opening fixtures 4-0, but there's a danger of overplaying Manchester United's cumulative 8-0, six-point start to the season. Just look at that stat above.
Saturday's victory at Swansea puts United top of the league in what is an insanely early top-flight table. The club is seemingly ticking in all departments after the best opening two games of a season since 1907-08. The acquisition of Nemanja Matic looks to have freed up Paul Pogba, who has scored in both Premier League games; Romelu Lukaku has started the season in full-on beast mode and the defence has retained last year's steel.
So why shouldn't we be convinced? Well, make no bones about it, there will be far tougher games to come than West Ham at Old Trafford and Swansea at the Liberty Stadium. And there was only one goal in Saturday's match until that devastating three minute 41 second blast at the death.
As Jose Mourinho put it - you don't always cruise at the speed limit, and there will be 'roadworks' as they travel towards their hopeful destination of Titleville, Premier League City.
United fans should enjoy themselves over the next month-and-a-half, however, with Everton's mid-September visit the toughest game of the next five. October looks a little trickier as United go to Liverpool before welcoming Spurs to Old Trafford.
But until then enjoy the United show and watch them get ever shorter than the current 1.261/4 in the top four finish market.
Harry's bet no handicap to Silva's Watford
The Key Opta Stat: Watford's tally of 19 shots was their most in a Premier League away game since they were re-promoted ahead of 2015/16.
One team that has clearly surpassed expectations across the first two matches is Watford.
They were underdogs for both fixtures so far this season but have come away with four points having shocked Liverpool at the death last weekend and then impressing on the road at Bournemouth.
Betfair colleague Harry Phillips has bored us to tears with his enthusiasm for Marco Silva's men over the last few weeks. Harrison has backed the Hornets on the handicap - a season long bet where each team bar title favourites Manchester City receives a pre-determined points total which will be added to their final tally to determine the winner. This handicap ranges from United (+3) to Huddersfield (+46) and Watford's is a currently chunky looking 42 points.
There was a lot to like about Silva's work at Hull last season and the signs are that he has already dramatically changed Watford around from the 2016-17 version. The 19 shots recorded at Bournemouth shows an attacking intent that was missing last campaign and the near even money on a Watford win against Brighton next weekend may not last long.
Hernandez shows his worth to West Ham
The Key Opta Stat: Sadio Mane has netted six goals in his last eight Premier League games.
While up above we sound a note of caution about United's two-game form, we can still take some pointers regarding individual players and a pair that catch the eye are Sadio Mane and Javier Hernandez.
Mane has hit the ground running since returning from injury late in pre-season and on the evidence of the two opening games he looks dynamite. We recommended the Liverpool man as a bit of top goalscorer value at 33/1 pre-season and he's already sits at 16/1. While it's debatable if he's value or not now, the Senegalese striker is a key component of this Liverpool side and will be a first XI fixture as long as fit. There's simply nothing to stop him breaching the 20-goal barrier this season.
Hernandez underlined his importance to West Ham with a pair of penalty area strikes against Southampton to so nearly take his team to a dramatic draw from 2-0 down and with just 10 men on the pitch.
The Mexican showed some prolific form in Germany prior to his summer move to east London and looks to be the undisputed lead striker in Slaven Bilic's side. While the stats are against anyone playing outside of a genuine top four contender winning the Golden Boot, even the place portion of a bet on Hernandez in the top goalscorer market at 50/1 represents good value.