NICK HARRISON: If Arsenal name the same starting line-up as they did at Newcastle, Burnley should really fancy their chances of taking all three points. Have a feeling Lacazette will start and he’ll score. 2-1

TOM NORRIS: The only person who predicted that Arsenal team at Newcastle was Unai Emery. Surely he will throw in the new signings with an extra week of work behind them. Burnley will pose plenty of problems, though. 2-1

DAN HEALD: A first home game for Arsenal should be motivation enough to build on last weekend’s win at Burnley and I’ll back Aubameyang to keep the Clarets' defence busy. 2-0


NH: These are the games Villa must win but the same can be said of The Cherries, who may find life difficult if McGinn and Grealish can get a hold of the game. 2-2

TN: Villa showed more than enough to suggest they will be fine this season, but they need to follow up a valiant defeat at Spurs with three points here. Bournemouth won’t relish tackling another newly-promoted side. 1-0

DH: Defeat at Spurs taught Villa an early lesson about what lies in store this season. Grealish will certainly want another chance to show why he’s so highly rated and could prove the difference here. 2-1


NH: The Hammers were woefully poor against City while you’d have thought Harry and not Graham was the Potter in charge of Brighton’s spell-binding win at Watford. Might be more difficult for The Seagulls now expectation levels have been considerably raised. 1-1

TN: West Ham’s annual beating at home by City is out of the way and the Hammers can get their season started properly. Brighton produced the shock of the opening weekend so the visitors will have to be at their very best to get anything. 2-2

DH: The Seagulls got off to a flying start and look well capable of causing teams problems this season. Expect West Ham to give a stronger account of themselves though and emerge with a point. 1-1


NH: Watford will park the bus at Goodison so it’s all about Sigurdsson and ex-Hornet Richarlison providing The Toffees’ inspiration. 2-1

TN: Quite what Watford were playing at last weekend it anyone’s guess, but Everton will be looking to take advantage. The Toffees flattered to deceive at Palace, but they can edge this one. 1-0

DH: There’s no love lost between these two sides after Marco Silva’s acrimonious Blues switch, but with home advantage the Portuguese manager will be smiling this afternoon. 2-0


NH: Get the feeling Norwich games could be fun this season. They’ll score goals but they may concede a shed-load too. Newcastle shouldn’t cause them any problems so if you fancy a bet, get lucky with Pukki. 3-1

TN: The Canaries showed what they are all about at Anfield, and that’s attractive attacking football. Defensively they will improve when key men return, and they certainly have enough firepower to stun Bruce’s boys. 4-2

DH: Daniel Farke’s side showed no signs of compromising their all-action style at Anfield last weekend, but a lack of a Plan B may could prove their undoing. Steve Bruce’s men to collect a point at his old stomping ground. 2-2


NH: The Saints didn’t have the best defence last season so it’s surprising King Ralph didn’t invest in that department. Easy win for The Reds with Mane on target against his old club. 1-3

TN: Liverpool will be glad it’s Southampton up next on the back of a busy first week. Mane should be back in the team, and after his lively cameo last Friday, who would bet against him sinking his former club. 0-3

DH: Liverpool have treated the Saints like a feeder club in recent years. Mane’s been a big success story since leaving St Mary’s and will be raring to go after impressing in the Super Cup final. 0-2


NH: Will Aguero and Eriksen start? Guardiola has a host of intriguing options while Spurs looked absolutely clueless until their Great Dane came on and changed the game against Villa. 4-1

TN: Two Premier League managers who are tough to predict. The thing that is easy to predict with City is they win game after game while Tottenham need to shape up. Picking their best players might help. 3-0

DH: Pep’s City ooze class and the depth of talent at his disposal is frightening. Spurs will have to step up their intensity after a below-par display against Villa, but there’s only one winner here. 3-0


NH: Zaha will be key to keeping Palace in the Premier League while in Sharp, the Blades have one of those canny strikers who could help save his side. 1-1

TN: While Palace are severely lacking in attacking option, the Blades seem to have plenty of viable options with McBurnie, Robinson, Sharp, McGoldrick and Mousset all tasked with firing their side to safety. Bramhall Lane will be rocking. 1-0

DH: A positive start for the Blades will have done wonders for their confidence but Palace are an erratic side who can turn teams over when they’re in the mood. Another score draw for Wilder’s men. 1-1


NH: Didn’t see the Leicester game last Sunday and was expecting more with the likes of Vardy, Perez, Maddison and Tielemans all starting. Chelsea’s Abraham will struggle at this level so Giroud could be the man to lift Lampard’s spirits. 2-1

TN: Both teams will want to forget last Sunday. Leicester were kept at bay by Wolves, while the wheels came off for Chelsea at Old Trafford after a promising first-half. Life on the road might suit the Foxes, and in particular, Vardy. 1-2

DH: Chelsea showed signs of improvement in Istanbul with Kante’s influence coming to the fore. The demands of extra-time in Turkey may take a toll against the fresher Foxes. 1-2


NH: Wolves shouldn’t fear Solskjaer’s men on Monday night. Looking forward to see how Maguire handles Jimenez. 2-2

TN: United rode their luck for the first-half of last week’s win over Chelsea, but their counter-attacking prowess shone through. Wolves will be wary of being caught out, but that might not help them stop Rashford, Martial and Pogba. 1-2

DH: United showed a clinical streak against Chelsea and will need to be ruthless against a well-drilled Wolves side. A Rashford strike to prove the difference in a tight affair. 0-1