NICK HARRISON: It won’t be an easy as last week as Huddersfield got their tactics hopelessly wrong. The best form of defence against City is attack so the onus is on Wolves to get at the visitors from the first whistle. Easier said than done. 1-3

TOM NORRIS: Who needs De Bruyne? In fact, Pep decided against using Sterling and only giving Sane and Mahrez late cameos. City’s strength in depth is scary and they will be too good for newly-promoted Wolves. 1-4

DAN HEALD: City’s unrivalled firepower makes them certainties for the title this season. Aguero’s clinical finishing is just one of their many assets, but that alone could prove the difference here. 0-3


NH: West Ham should have no fears heading across London while Arsenal need a result and a performance after two opening horror shows. Aubameyang has to score today. 3-1

TN: Arsenal are somehow more infuriating under Emery than they were when Wenger was in charge. They conceded sloppy goals against Chelsea and missed two sitters. The Hammers are taking time to acclimatise under Pellegrini. 4-2

DH: Hearing some West Ham fans calling for Wenger to replace Pellegrini after three games is hysterical even for them. I’m backing Emery to get it right in a high-scoring affair here. 3-2


NH: There always seem to be goals between these two. Pickford always lets one in while if The Cherries stop Richarlison, they could pick up three points. Still think it will be a draw. 2-2

TN: Bournemouth have made a surprisingly good start to the season, while Everton are far better to watch under Silva than they were with Big Sam at the helm, which is no shock. Richarlison will get another goal, but it might not be enough to clinch victory. 2-2

DH: Eddie Howe’s side have surpassed my small expectations of them so far. But if Richarlison can maintain this kind of form, then his transfer fee will prove to be a snip for the Toffees. 1-2


NH: Neither side did themselves any favours in the ‘I really hope they survive’ sympathy stakes last week. Both teams need goalscorers but I doubt whether you’ll see one of those. 0-0

TN: Is it too early to call this one a ‘six-pointer?’ I think not. Cardiff will try and make this an ugly spectacle - it’s the only way they know - and the Terriers must not get dragged down to the visitors’ level. Should be a home win. 1-0

DH: It’s difficult to gauge how bad Huddersfield were against a rampant City side,but it’s fair to say they’ve struggled so far. Warnock’s boys to take a point. 1-1


NH: The Saints need a win and new boy Ings might be just the man to inspire them. Leicester need to a find a match-winner with Mahrez gone and Vardy banned. Maddison may be the man. 1-1

TN: The Puel derby. A special occasion for everyone associated with both clubs. It’s hard to say whether Mark Hughes has improved Saints, while Leicester seemingly want Puel gone. Tough on someone who wins football matches. 1-1

DH: No Vardy, no party for Leicester. Southampton look functional but uninspiring under Hughes, but home advantage might be enough. 1-0


NH: United didn’t test them but The Seagulls defence will be run ragged for 90 minutes in today’s tea-time TV viewing. Salah’s still go it, Mane’s buzzing and Keita is awesome. 4-1

TN: Chris Hughton might as well close his eyes for this one. Liverpool have started the season in fine fashion and their dismantling of West Ham will concern teams heading to Anfield. Mane, Salah and Firmino just have too much movement for Duffy and co. 4-0

DH: Naby Keita for Player of the Season looks a solid bet already. Klopp’s Reds are a joy to watch and they’ve got goals throughout their team. The Seagulls should write this one off already. 3-0


NH: Palace were very poor on Monday night while Watford are the surprise packages so far. Expectation will be high at Vicarage Road and that could cause The Hornets’ downfall. 2-2

TN: Not sure how Watford have started the season with back-to-back wins, but they have and credit must go to them. That winning run should stop as Roy’s boys head to Vicarage Road with Zaha the key man as always. 1-2

DH: You can’t argue with their impressive start. Watford have been excellent early on, but I can’t see them sustaining that form. Palace are capable of much better than they showed against Liverpool and can bounce back here. 1-2


NH: Burnley are paying for not adding quality to their squad while Fulham did spend well in the summer although they need a win to keep their fans believing. One goal will win this one. 0-1

TN: Fulham haven’t had much ‘bang for their buck’ since splashing the cash, but this is one they will be targeting victory from. Burnley are at a crossroads and defeat to Watford is worrying. 2-1

DH: European adventures can be costly as Burnley will discover this season. Fulham’s squad has Premier League calibre in it and they’ll notch a first win of the season here. 2-0


NH: If Hazard starts it will be easy. Newcastle are capable of springing a surprise but they’ll have to improve immensely on last week’s effort. 1-3

TN: Sarri said that Chelsea would need time to adapt to his methods and that was clear to see against Arsenal. The sign of a good team is that they can win when not at their best and you’d have to fancy them here if they can improve. Newcastle look short of goals. 0-2

DH: Woeful against Cardiff, it’s hard to see Newcastle troubling Sarri’s Blues. 1-2


NH: All the pressure will be on United, won’t it? The only thing going against Spurs is that they will be favourites. 3-2

TN: The pressure is mounting on Jose, who is getting his defence in first. Speaking of defence, he needs to have a word with his, who could be in for a torrid time against Kane’s Spurs. 1-2

DH: Mourinho is a shadow of the manager who arrived here14 years ago. I’ll back him to mastermind a draw though 1-1.