Norwich v Watford

NICK HARRISON: Only a win will do for Watford but the same could be said of The Canaries who desperately need Pukki to rediscover his goalscoring form. 2-2

TOM NORRIS: Not exactly the most eye-catching match to kick off the weekend but a crucial one for both teams, who are struggling for points and goals. 0-0

DAN HEALD: Watford have proved a tough nut to crack in recent weeks and on current form you wouldn’t back Norwich to break them down. Honours even. 1-1


NICK HARRISON: It’s not quite by City standards but Lampard has an abundance of midfield riches to choose from. Willian will be the main man at Stamford Bridge. 3-1

TOM NORRIS: There’s not many teams more entertaining to watch than Lampard’s Blues and although Palace will head across the capital looking to spoil the party, Abraham, Mount and Pulisic have enough to grab victory. 2-1

DANIEL HEALD: Lampard choosing to delay Pulisic’s first team debut looks to have been vindicated. The American instantly looks at home in the top-flight and can inspire a home win here. 2-0


NH: Defeat for Pellegrini could lead to his downfall. He has all the tools but a Burnley win could signal the final nail in The Hammers’ coffin. Wood will win it for The Clarets. 2-1

TN: Both managers are frustrated by what they have seen from their respective sides lately and this could be a big afternoon for Pellegrini especially. It will be tight. 1-1

DH: West Ham continue to frustrate the Hammers faithful. Erratic and inconsistent so far, it’s difficult to imagine they’ll have the grit required to grind out the points at Turf Moor. 1-0


NH: Bournemouth keeping clean sheets every week and Newcastle scoring three goals in one game! What’s going on? The pressure will be on Bruce’s boys to perform at home and that could play into the Wilsons’ hands. 2-2

TN: Newcastle have found a way of playing under Bruce with a pacey attack causing plenty of problems, even if it’s the defenders scoring most of the goals. Bournemouth have enough quality to grab something, however. 1-1

DH: The counter-attack is king for Bruce and he deserves credit for his work with a technically limited squad. Bournemouth have a new-found defensive resilience, but might come unstuck here. 2-1


NH: When you’re down on your luck what better visitors do you want than the travel-sickness kings, Everton. The Saints will fancy a win but if The Toffees stick at it, they’ll take a point. 2-2

TN: Ralph’s Saints will be delighted to see someone other than Manchester City standing opposite them in the tunnel prior to kick-off. Everton are forever frustrating their fans and it’s hard to see them being particularly pleased at the end of this. 2-1

DH: A dogged display at the Etihad salvaged some pride for the Saints while Everton look devoid of ideas at times, but should take at least a point here. 1-1


NH: Tottenham look very, very poor this season and the sooner Eriksen goes the better. The Blades are more than holding their own in top flight football and a point is well within their grasp. 1-1

TN: United have made life tough for every opponent this season and it’s hard to see them allowing Spurs too much space. Could Wilder’s men get something? You wouldn’t put it past them. 1-1

DH: The Blades’ no-fear approach to Premier League football should be applauded. Hard-working, organised and mobile - Wilder’s side have been excellent thus far. Spurs have lost their mojo this season, but Kane’s return could make the difference. 2-1


NH: Arsenal are a joke this season and it’s Leicester who will be laughing at the end of this. Vardy’s looking sharp but it’s Tielemens who is really making them tick this season. 3-1

TN: The Foxes have been making some impressive statements of late and beating Arsenal will only help reinforce belief that they are top four challengers. Vardy and Maddison are too good for the dodgy-looking Arsenal backline. 2-1

DH: Arsenal fans will be looking on enviously at the sterling work Brendan Rodgers is doing while Emery continues to underwhelm them. The Foxes have forced their way into the top three on merit and can build on that success here. 2-1


NH: United won’t play as badly as they did at Bournemouth and that could be bad news for Brighton. Martial will grab at least one at Old Trafford. 3-1

TN: Brighton will come and have a go at Solskjaer’s fragile United, but at Old Trafford this is a game the home side should come out on top in. Rashford and Martial to shine. 2-0

DH: Just when you think United have turned a corner they produce another dismal display. Brighton are no pushovers and will run the hosts close here. Rashford to bag a winner. 2-1


NH: Should be an entertaining Midlands derby with both teams good on the attacking front. McGinn and Jimenez to score before Wolves pop up with a late winner at Molineux. 2-1

TN: Villa will be hoping Grealish is back and on top form after missing the tough to take loss to Liverpool. Wolves aren’t at their very best and this looks like another game that will finish all-square. 1-1

DH: Villa deserved at least a point for their efforts against Liverpool last time out, but the Premier League is an unforgiving place. Wolves might be the best-coached team in the top-flight, but I fancy a Grealish winner here. 1-2


NH: The games you so much look forward to sometimes have a habit of letting you down and I think this might be one. Both teams are not playing as well as they did last season and they’ll probably adopt ‘we can’t afford to lose this’ policy. 2-1

TN: Pep’s City had the measure of Liverpool in the league last season and should really have taken six points from six. The boys in blue will crave victory at Anfield, but Klopp’s men don’t lose there very often. 1-1

DH: City’s record at Anfield may be poor, but Guardiola won’t care for that. Klopp’s men are winning even when they’re below-par, but a point would do them nicely. 1-1

THE SCORES SO FAR: Dan Heald 83; Tom Norris 75; Nick Harrison 73