NICK HARRISON: If Leicester can keep Salah quiet, they’ve got a chance. Firmino and Mane haven’t quite clicked with Liverpool’s defence and midfielder Milner taking all the plaudits. 1-2

TOM NORRIS: An entertaining way to start the weekend. Leicester give as good as they get, but that should play into Liverpool’s hands with their front three capable of dismantling any team. 1-3

DAN HEALD: Liverpool’s attacking potency is always highlighted, but their improved defensive displays should be applauded too. I’m backing another Reds shut-out against the Foxes. 0-2


NH: The Seagulls are good at home while Fulham are finding their feet and if Seri can upstage Gross then there’s no reason why The Cottagers can’t grab a point. 1-1

TN: Chris Hughton will have earmarked home games such as this one as must wins, but Fulham will have a good go. Brighton don’t give too much away at home, however. 2-1

DH: Fulham hit their stride against Burnley last week and may just have enough in attack to unpick a stubborn Seagulls defence. 1-2


NH: Hazard got kicked all over the place at Newcastle but the Belgian playmaker looks good and he’ll add another penalty to his list in another win. 3-1

TN: Eden Hazard looked as though he was playing a different game to most of those at Newcastle and his class will surely tell against Bournemouth, who will test Chelsea’s shaky defence. 4-2

DH: Credit to Sarri. He inherited a talented but disillusioned Blues squad and has got them playing again. Bournemouth have goals in them but are suspect at the back. 3-1


NH: Palace had the chance to show the armchair viewers how good they are last Sunday. But they were rubbish at Watford and Benteke’s confidence is shot. Hughes hasn’t done great things with the Saints, who may again lose out. 2-1

TN: Palace shot themselves in the foot at Watford last week by failing to take their chances to score first. Roy’s boys won’t let that happen again as Mark Hughes looks for excuses once more. 2-0

DH: Expect a reaction from the Eagles, who were woeful at Watford. Winless Southampton will come to contain and steal a point,but Zaha can win it for the hosts. 1-0


NH: Walcott’s the man of the moment and with Tosun the latest Everton striker to enter the ‘Merseyside Misfit’ brigade, the former Arsenal winger can cash in with another couple of goals. 3-0

TN: Huddersfield look woefully short of quality and failure to beat Cardiff at home shows their shortcomings. Everton will smell blood with Walcott enjoying life under Silva. 3-0

DH: The Premier League honeymoon is over and now reality bites for Huddersfield. Wagner’s side look devoid of ideas and the improving Toffees can win at a canter here 3-1


NH: Why did The Hammers get rid of Moyes? Pellegrini’s spent a lot on attacking flair but their defence looks awful. Wolves won’t have a better chance of picking up an away win. 1-2

TN: Questions will start to be asked of Pellegrini should the Hammers fail to beat Wolves in the capital, but the visitors proved they are no pushovers against the champions last week. Could be a cracker with both teams going for the kill. 2-2

DH: Neutrals will be hoping for an open and expansive game here. Goals are likely and the more experienced Hammers could nick this one. 3-2


NH: Aguero loves scoring against Newcastle and he’ll be looking to add another three at least to his record-breaking tally. The Magpies have a look of a side who are going down. 5-0

TN: Not sure Rafa deserved the criticism he received for his tactics against Chelsea and it will be more of the same here. If he fights first with first it could get ugly. Aguero lives for this fixture. 4-0

DH: Possession is nine tenths of the law, but Rafa clearly doesn’t subscribe to that view. City will run riot here if Newcastle sit back for 90 minutes. A home banker. 4-1


NH: Will it be a triumphant Ramsey return to Cardiff? The Welsh ace hasn’t exactly fired so far this season but surely he can inspire The Gunners to victory against Warnock’s warriors. 1-3

TN: Emery will have his eyes opened to the rigours of the Premier League in south Wales. It’s all well and good playing nice football, but Warnock will turn this into a scrap. Arsenal have to be ready. 1-2

DH: It’s early days but Cardiff are one of the dullest sides to have played Premier League football, and that’s coming from an Aston Villa fan. Welbeck to net in a comfortable away win. 0-3


NH: Both sides have awful form going into this game. Burnley’s defence is all over the place while United and their manager would earn a lot more respect if they played attacking football. 1-2

TN: Burnley are distracted by the Europa League and United are distracted by just about everything else. Both teams would welcome a win, but it will be the visitors who leave with the three points. 1-2

DH: Surely a must-win for Mourinho after his post-Spurs meltdown. Burnley look a plae imitation of last season’s side and United can capitalise. 0-2


NH: Another chance for Spurs to show they are serious title contenders. Having Alderweireld back makes Tottenham a much better team and Moura showed on Monday just how good he can be. 1-3

TN: It was refreshing to see Pochettino let bygones be bygones and pick his best XI at Old Trafford. It’s amazing what having the right players on the pitch can do. Spurs can’t slip up here! 0-2

DH: Three wins apiece has given both sides a perfect start, but I expect Spurs’ class to come to the fore. 1-2

THE SCORES SO FAR: Nick Harrison 26; Dan Heald 18; Tom Norris 16