NICK HARRISON: Bournemouth gave City a bit to think about last Saturday but the onus is on them to break down what will be a stubborn Terriers’ defence. Wilson on the scoresheet again. 2-0

TOM NORRIS: It’s quite remarkable the job Wagner has done with the Terriers and you hope he’s given time to do what Howe has gone on to do with the Cherries, who must be favourites to win this one. 3-1

DAN HEALD: Despite being beaten at City, Bournemouth refused to roll over. All credit to Eddie Howe - his side rarely compromise their attacking style and can dismantle a steadily improving Terriers side here. 3-1


NH: The win and performance on Saturday will give Roy’s boys confidence but do they have the consistency to make it two wins on the bounce? Can only see it ending in a draw here. 1-1

TN: The M23 derby. Even giving it a title doesn’t make it seem all that more appealing does it? Brighton are good at home and that could sway this tight game in their favour. 1-0

DH: Palace were excellent at the weekend and showed they have the quality to break down more defensively-minded opposition. They’ll need to show that again to beat a stubborn Brighton side, but I’ll back them to edge it. 1-2


NH: The Hammers are also no two games the same so that should give Cardiff hope. But it’s hard not to predict a home win with Arnautovic on the scoresheet. 3-1

TN: Another game that’s difficult to get excited about. Stop Arnautovic, and to a lesser extent Anderson, and you’ve got a good chance of beating the Hammers. Can Cardiff do that? 2-2

DH: Few predicted the Hammers to beat Newcastle at a canter,, and even fewer foresaw the Bluebirds resurgence. The superior firepower of Pelligrini’s side should give them the edge in this one. 2-1


NH: Pep’s moaning that his players are tired but fatigue shouldn’t hinder their hopes of picking up a win at Watford who will be looking to Deeney to duff up the visitors’ back line. 1-4

TN: City dismantled Watford at Vicarage Road last season, and although it won’t be quite as convincing this time around, Pep’s men will once again come away with all three points. 1-3

DH: City’s squad boasts an embarrassment of attacking riches and are relentless in their pursuit of goals. There will be no let up at Vicarage Road as the Citizens rack up win number 13 this season. 0-3


NH: Liverpool are not good on the eye this season so a trip to one-dimensional Burnley at Turf Moor doesn’t really whet the appetite. Easy win for the Reds, who may rest a few star names. 0-3

TN: If you are having a season where your defence isn’t as strong as it was then the sight of Liverpool’s team bus pulling into the car park isn’t ideal. This only ends one way, even if Klopp rotates. 0-2

DH: Any Liverpool fans moaning that they lack the fluency of last season should just consult the league table. Gifted a derby victory by Pickford on Sunday, Reds should be thankful that lady luck is still smiling down on them. Burnley have been poor so far and look to be on a downward spiral. Back Salah to do damage. 0-3


NH: Everton were unlucky to lose the Merseyside derby but Pickford’s cockiness cost his side dear. The Toffees will bounce back tomorrow. 2-1

TN: Rafa will have his work cut out trying to stop Everton’s front four as well as the two deep lying midfielders and on-rushing full-backs. Silva’s men should win, although it’s rarely that straight-forward with Everton. 2-0

DH: Everton should feel aggrieved by their derby defeat, they deserved better. That should motivate Silva’s side to atone with a big performance here against a Magpies side who were poor against West Ham. 3-1


NH: Leicester are slowly getting their act together and Vardy and Co may stick the boot in on his former title-winning boss Ranieri at Craven Cottage. 1-2

TN: Just days after renewing acquaintances with Chelsea, Ranieri comes face-to-face with the side that gave him his greatest moment. The Foxes may just repay their former boss as well. 2-1

DH: Ranieri attained legendary status with Leicester, but he’ll be on a mission here to derail Puel’s improving side. Expect goals aplenty here in an absorbing score draw. 2-2


NH: Wolves are poor despite everyone claiming they play attacking football. Easy win for Chelsea with Giroud making a nuisance of himself with a goal. 1-3

TN: There’s a blueprint to stopping Chelsea and Nuno is good enough to try and copy it. Wolves have managed to stop both Manchester clubs and they could add Sarri’s men to the list. 1-1

DH: After a fine start, Wolves are now finding the rigours of Premier League football tough. Nuno’s side won’t be gung-ho and will look to dominate the central midfield areas, but Chelsea have the class to take the points here. 0-2


NH: Mourinho is giving it a lot of chat as he tries to deflect critics from having a go at what is United’s worst team since the Ralph Milne days. If Arsenal want it, they can go and get three points. 2-3

TN: Jose must love playing Arsenal more than any other side, or at least he loved playing Wenger’s Gunners. Times have changed now but that doesn’t mean it won’t be Mourinho smiling again. 1-0

DH: There’s so much to like about Arsenal nowadays. Emery has already surpassed expectations and Gunners fans must be delighted at their new-found resilience. United look devoid of ideas at times and could get found out here if Torreira runs the show in midfield once more. 1-2


NH: Tottenham were outmuscled by Arsenal and that’s worrying. But there’s not a better game than Southampton at home to get back to winning ways. 4-1

TN: The Saints at Wembley. On current form this could be their last trip to the home of football for a while. And it won’t be a happy one with Spurs just too strong all over the pitch. 3-0

DH: The perfect fixture for Spurs to get over their derby disappointment as Saints begin the post-Hughes era. 4-0