The Premier League returns after the international break this weekend and there are some mouth-watering clashes to look forward to at both ends of the table.
Saturday’s action kicks-off in style, with Tottenham Hotspur hosting unbeaten Liverpool at Wembley in the lunchtime game.
Spurs ran out 4-1 winners in the corresponding fixture last season, before recording a 2-2 draw at Anfield later in the campaign.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side were beaten 2-1 at Watford in their last fixture and they will be eager to bounce back this weekend.
However, the Reds head into the game with a 100% record this term and they should be capable of picking up at least a point.
Even live dealers in a casino couldn’t have handed Chelsea a more favourable game to return to than a meeting with newly-promoted Cardiff City.
Maurizio Sarri’s side have won four-out-of-four this season and it’s difficult to imagine anything other than a home win against the Bluebirds’ shot-shy attack.
Manchester United travel to Watford aiming to build on a much-improved performance against Burnley in their last outing.
Goals by Ashley Young (2), Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard helped the Red Devils to a 4-2 victory at Vicarage Road last term and they went on to complete the double later in the season.
United have lost just once against the Hornets in their last 15 meetings and another three points look likely.
Manchester City and Arsenal should prove too strong for Fulham and Newcastle United respectively, while the Bournemouth versus Leicester City and Huddersfield Town versus Crystal Palace games appear good draw bets.
There are just two matches on Sunday and both look to be solid home wagers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers have made a solid start to life in the Premier League and they are a confident selection to dispose of lowly Burnley.
The Clarets have picked up just one point in the league this season and the home side can add to their woes this weekend.
Everton are yet to lose this term and they will fancy their chances of extending that run against West Ham United.
The Toffees recorded a 4-0 victory at Goodison Park back in September and they look good value to pick up three points on Sunday.
The latest round of fixtures will be completed on Monday when Southampton welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to St Mary’s Stadium.
The two sides drew both their meetings last season and a similar result looks likely this time around.