Crystal Palace are unbeaten under Neil Warnock but may suffer defeat at Hull on Saturday afternoon and Steve Bruce’s side are a decent bet at Evens for the 3 points despite being without first choice keeper Alan McGregor with a shoulder injury, his likely deputy is veteran ex Newcastle keeper Steve Harper.
Newcastle are without a win but look value at 100/30 for a shock at The Liberty to give Alan Pardew some welcome breathing space, Swansea won their first three this season but look in a false position in the table to me.
If Burnley are to have any chance of staying in Premier League they must score a few goals and pick up points at teams like Leicester. The Foxes, who won The Championship last season, have made a great start this season with a fixture list that looked very awkward I expect them to beat Burnley at 4/5.
Sunderland/Stoke is a hard one to call with 0-0 at 6/1 being a decent price. Neither will want to lose and any draw is available at 11/5.
Liverpool are 2/5 to beat WBA but the home side are out of form and backers may fancy a draw at 4/1. WBA are a speculative 13/2 to follow up their superb win at Tottenham.
Aston Villa are a massive price at 11/2 to beat Man City at Villa Park, once again the draw will be popular here while only City fans and bigger hitters will fancy taking 8/15 about The Champions.
On Sunday expect a fast start from Manchester United against Everton at Noon, they are 4/6 to win but look a better bet at 11/10 to be leading at halftime, Falcao is 7/2 to score first while Di Maria and Mata look better value at 8/1 to open the scoring.
Chelsea will be popular at 4/6 to beat Arsenal but Draw Half Time, Chelsea Full Time is the value bet here. Diego Costa is 7/2 to open the scoring. Danny Welbeck is 8/1 to score first after his midweek Champions League heroics.
Southampton will be popular at 12/5 to continue their great start to the season with a win against Spurs who had a tough draw on Thursday against Besiktas in the Europa League.
West Ham will popular at 9/10 to inflict woe on ex boss and Hammers hero Harry Redknapp BY beating QPR at Upton Park.