Leicester City v Stoke City

NICK HARRISON: If wantaway winger Mahrez has got over his deadline-day transfer strop then he could play a big part in Leicester’s top six push. Him and Vardy could rip The Potters apart. 3-1

TOM NORRIS: The only hope Lambert has of getting something here is if he’s spent the last two weeks working on defensive shape. Vardy is in form at the moment and Mahrez is back. 2-0

DAN HEALD: Jamie Vardy’s hit the goal trail of late and will relish going up against a porous Potters back line. Paul Lambert will set-up his side to to counter-attack but the Foxes are canny enough to win. 2-1

Bournemouth v Newcastle United

NH: Beating United was the perfect pick-me-up for Newcastle but a win on the South Coast may be out of reach against a capable Bournemouth side. 2-1

TN: Newcastle need to follow up their victory over Manchester United with a victory here, or that fine result will have gone to waste. 1-1

DH: Two of the most frustratingly unpredictable sides in the division go head to head. Toon fans are used to gruelling away days, but can return home toasting a Matt Richie-inspired win. 1-2

Brighton v Swansea City

NH: Two teams who are improving all the time. The Swans have shown they can keep clean sheets but The Seagulls’ under-rated boss Chris Hughton may come up with a plan to win this one. 2-1

TN: I like Chris Hughton, but watching his team isn’t the most exciting thing in the world. Carlos Carvalhal has made Swansea more solid as well, so don’t expect too many goals here. 0-1

DH: Carlos Carvalhal has resurrected the Swans survival chances by demanding a huge workrate from all of his players.They’ll need to graft to take anything from a well-drilled Brighton side. 1-1

Burnley v Southampton

NH: The Clarets are struggling a bit of late while The Saints seem to play better on the road. Won’t be many goals at Turf Moor so one might be enough for Burnley to chalk up a much-needed win. 1-0

TN: There are plenty other teams that I’d rather see relegated over the Saints, but they’ve got to start picking up points. Burnley have run into a sticky patch, but there are 13 teams who would swap places with them. 2-1

DH: Burnley’s purple patch may be over but Sean Dyche will view this as a must-win. Saints have been turgid and uninspiring at times, but Pellegrino has conjured victories when the pressure has mounted. Not here though, home win. 2-0

Liverpool v West Ham

NH: Salah’s bound to score again and you wouldn’t back against Mane and Firmino also notching against a Hammers’ side who may face the full force of Klopp’s Kopites. 3-1

TN: If Liverpool could reproduce their form in the big games against those lower down the foodchain then Klopp’s men would be title contenders. Moyes will set out to frustrate the hosts, but that’s not an easy task. 3-0

DH: The free-scoring triumvirate of Mane, Firminho and Salah can dismantle most Premier League defences on their day, but they won’t have it all their own way here. Moyes’ Hammers side are a more resolute proposition than they were under Bilic and will run Liverpool close. 2-1

West Brom v Huddersfield Town

NH: The Terriers can inflict more damage on a club who have become the laughing stock. Pardew must be under pressure and he certainly will if Wagner’s boys can leave the West Midlands with three points. 1-2

TN: Who would have guessed that Alan Pardew wasn’t the answer to West Brom’s problems? The troubled Baggies need a result, but the Terriers will come looking to cause more misery. 1-1

DH: Taxi for Pardew? The Baggies are lurching from one crisis to the next and anything less than a home win will be unacceptable for the home faithful. 2-1

Watford v Everton

NH: Should be a cracking game if Allardyce using the attacking options that are readily available to him. Doucoure is a real danger to Everton while Deeney will love the battle ahead against the Toffees dodgy defence. 2-2

TN: This could suit Everton if Walcott can keep up the form he’s shown since signing for the Toffees. His pace on the break, alongside the guile of Sigurdsson, may catch Watford’s less than convincing defence on the hop. 1-2

DH: Javi Gracia’s still an unknown quantity in Premier League terms, whereas Big Sam is a seasoned veteran. That gulf in experience might prove the difference here in an away win. 0-1.

Crystal Palace v Tottenham

NH: Palace need to start picking up wins while Spurs’ busy schedule is bound to catch up with them. It’s time for Benteke to show what he can do and if he does then Roy’s boys will be celebrating. 2-1

TN: Palace have improved, but it’s a measure of how poorly they started the season that Roy’s boys are still in danger. Spurs were stunned by Rochdale and won’t be so complacent here. 1-2

DH: Palace’s home form could prove to be their saviour this season. But Spurs have enough quality to edge this one, with Kane and Eriksen to net in a slender win over Hodgson’s Eagles. 1-2

Manchester United v Chelsea

NH: It’s got 1-1 written all over it. Despite being at home, Mourinho will set his side up - with or without Pogba - not lose. Conte has match-winners but it’s a big ask to win at Old Trafford. 1-1

TN: There’s no love lost between Mourinho and Conte and that will make this one a must not lose rather than a must win for both managers. Plenty of sub-plots to keep people interested. 1-0

DH: So much intrigue surrounds this fixture. Will Mourinho, Matic, Mata and Lukaku come back to haunt their erstwhile employer? Can Conte get one over his Portuguese predecessor ? There’s no love lost between the managers and neither will want to lose face here. 1-1

Arsenal v Manchester City

NH: You’ll have to wait until Thursday to watch this re-run of Sunday’s League Cup final. The good thing is that all Arsenal’s home matches against top opposition have been end-to-end thrillers. And I’m tipping The Gunners. 3-2

TN: You know what you get from an Arsenal game against one of the league’s big boys - goals. Arsenal don’t want to defend and that spells trouble. 1-3

DH: Guardiola loves Wembley more than most - winning the Champions League there as both a player and a coach tends to have that effect. Defeat to Wigan will have shifted any creeping complacency in the City squad, who will turn on the style here. 1-4