NICK HARRISON: Having lost out to Leicester at home a week ago, it’s vital the Bluebirds scare off the Seagulls today. One goal may be good enough. 0-1

TOM NORRIS: Not many teams outside the top eight will relish going to Cardiff, but Brighton are well-equipped to deal with everything that is thrown their way. The visitors extra class will tell. 0-2

DAN HEALD: Not a fixture to set the pulse racing, but Cardiff’s need for points is greater. A scruffy one goal win would be a welcome tonic for the struggling Bluebirds. 1-0


NH: West Ham win one but can’t seem to build on it. But an away game at Huddersfield gives them the perfect chance to chalk up back-to-back wins. Arnautovic to star again. 1-3

TN: Huddersfield finally won a game, but don’t get carried away as it was at home against Fulham. The Hammers arrive after an eye-catching win over Burnley. 1-3

DH: Beating Fulham might inspire Huddersfield to better things but a scoring record of goals in 11 is abysmal. I’ll back a low-scoring draw against the erratic Hammers. 1-1


NH: Leicester admirably got through last week’s emotional occasion but a return to the King Power won’t be easy especially after the squad travelled to Thailand for Vichai’s funeral. Everyone’s rooting for the Foxes here. 2-1

TN: Quite how much the impact of attending the funeral of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha will have on the Foxes remains to be seen but they will be out to make their first home match since the tragedy a victorious one. 2-0

DH: The events of the last two weeks will have taken a toll on the Foxes who will be playing in an emotionally-charged atmosphere. Maddison to conjure a winner for the hosts. 2-1


NH: It’s got 1-0 written all over it but will Newcastle make it two wins in a week or can The Cherries’ free-flowing football produce rich pickings up North? 1-0

TN: Rafa will try to contain Bournemouth’s in-form trio of Wilson, Fraser and Brooks, but that’s easier said than done, especially after they gave United a tough ride. Cherries to outscore hosts. 1-3

DH: Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth side rarely compromise their expansive attacking approach and they have more than enough quality to see off the toothless Geordies. 1-2


NH: A hammering at City was expected but the knives will surely be out for Hughes if they lose this. Watford are up and down so back them to bounce back with a win. 1-2

TN: Hughes is on borrowed time. His team is dull, especially given the talent at his disposal. Watford continue to surprise - and not always in a good way. 1-1

DH: This could be another nail inMark Hughes’ Saints coffin. Sparky looks set to pay the price for a lack of imagination and direction, and Watford will be out to atone for a disappointing blip at Newcastle. 0-2


NH: These are tough times for Hodgson at Palace. He’s always very dignified in interviews but he can’t keep on backing his under-performing players. The jaded-looking Spurs will just about sneak it. 1-2

TN: Palace are playing OK, but not picking up points which will be a concern for Roy, who will be hoping that Tottenham’s hectic schedule catches up with them. Don’t bank on it though. 1-2

DH: Palace’s tough run of fixtures continues unabated. I’m convinced Roy Hodgson will turn the Eagles’ form around this term, but it won’t start here against technically superior Spurs. 0-2


NH: Last season you would have predicted a rout but I don’t think Liverpool have really clicked into gear yet. Maybe this will be the one where Salah, Mane and Firmino all star. 4-0

TN: Fill your boots boys. That will be the message from Klopp as the hapless Fulham visit Anfield. The Liverpool boss could rotate his team and still run riot with Jokanovic’s job hanging by a thread. 5-0

DH: Jaded in midweek, Liverpool may show signs of a Belgrade hangover. Keita has to be restored to the Reds’ starting XI, while Fulham could be playing to keep Jokanovic in a job. 3-1


NH: Hazard will be in from the start for Chelsea while Richarlison will fancy his chances of making Luiz look a fool. Has the makings of being the best game of the weekend. 3-1

TN: Everton won’t be overly chuffed to see Hazard back on the grass for Chelsea, who are churning out results like the good old days. Marco Silva’s Toffees can cause problems, but they may come up short. 3-2

DH: Will Barkley get the chance to shine against his former employers? Of more concern to Everton will be Hazard’s imminent return. Sarri’s Chelsea have generally been excellent so far, they’ll have too much for the visitors. 3-1


NH: If Wolves learn to attack from the first whistle, then they’ll go down fighting. A trip to The Gunners shouldn’t frighten them but Arsenal do look a better side under Emery. 3-1

TN: This could be like a basketball match. Both sides prefer attack over defence and neither will back down. Wolves showed what they can do against Spurs, but it was too late, while the Gunners have plenty of firepower. 4-2

DH: Hopefully this fixture will deliver on its attacking promise. Arsenal have a steeliness about them that has been lacking in recent seasons - midfield enforcer Lucas Torreira has helped in that department. 2-1


NH: I find it hard to believe why the Premier League would schedule such a big match on the centenary of World War One Armistice Day. Let’s hope both clubs show their respects in the best possible way. 2-2

TN: I’m not sure Jose has a bus to park any more, so he might decide that attacking City is the best way to play. It will make good viewing that’s for sure. City have plenty of ammunition and will secure the three points. 2-1

DH: Juventus and Man City away inside a week? It’s been a tough few days for Mourinho’s men, who may be brought back down to earth after their fine win in Turin. 3-1

SCORES SO FAR: Dan Heald 86; Nick Harrison 78; Tom Norris 58.