Norwich v Watford, Friday, midnight: Watford's top scorer this season is Roberto Pereyra. The Argentina international has two goals to his name. It doesn't take a genius to work out why Watford are sinking without trace at the bottom of the Premier Leagiue. Troy Deeney might be fit for a cameo, but their talisman striker doesn't score that many himself.
PREDICTION: Norwich 2 Watford 1. Reuters
Chelsea v Crystal Palace, Saturday, 4.30pm: Utter madness in the Champions League in midweek as Chelsea fought back from 4-1 down against Ajax to earn a draw. They do concede goals, that's for sure, but so far this season they tend to score more, with Christian Pulisic finding his shoting boots recently.
PREDICTION: Chelsea 3 Crystal Palace 1. PA
Burnley v West Ham, Saturday, 7pm: Sean Dyche will not be at all happy to see Burnley lose three Premier League games in a row, and the 3-0 defeat at Sheffield United last week will have really got under his skin. Dyche has worked wonders at Burnley, however, and expect a response against hit-and-miss West Ham.
PREDICTION: Burnley 2 West Ham 1. PA
Newcastle v Bournemouth, Saturday, 7pm: Talking of hit and miss, and that could also apply to Newcastle. More miss on the whole, but they are showing signs of being dangerous up front again. Bournemouth, however, are showing signs of being really quite good.
PREDICTION: Newcastle 1 Bournemouth 2. AFP
Southampton v Everton, Saturday, 7pm: Strip away all the glitz, the glamour and the billions spent on players, and it is just a game. Played by real people. Pity poor Andre Gomes after that horific ankle injury against Tottenham. Whatever the hype, he's just a guy doing his job.
PREDICTION: Southampton 0 Everton 1. Reuters
Tottenham v Sheffield United, Saturday, 7pm: Son Heung-min was the other unfortunate player involved in the Andre Gomes injury, and thank goodness for some common sense that his red card was revoked. It was also great to see him bounce back with a couple of goals in midweek, as Tottenham continue to gather some momentum.
PREDICTION: Tottenham 2 Sheffield United 0. EPA
Leicester v Arsenal, Saturday, 9.30pm: Pundits are now debating whether Leicester are actually better than the side which won the Premier League in that miracle 2016 campaign. There may be a case for that, but a much stronger Manchester City and Liverpool will not step aside again this time. However, they are looking very slick.
PREDICTION: Leicester 2 Arsenal 0. AFP
Manchester United v Brighton, Sunday, 8pm: Manchester United in tenth spot in the Premier League, against Brighton in eighth place. Not a prediction many would have made back in August. United's problem is scoring goals, amongst other things. And the fans are not happy at all.
PREDICTION: Manchester United 1 Brighton 0. EPA
Wolves v Aston Villa, Sunday 6pm: No love lost in this Midlands derby, where Wolves can take another big stride up the table. They have done okay after European midweek games so far, and if that form holds they will knock Villa just a little closer to the danger zone.
PREDICTION: Wolves 2 Aston Villa 1. PA
Liverpool v Manchester City, Sunday, 8.30pm: Undoubtedly the big one this weekend. A Liverpool win and their rivals can all pack up and go home in terms of a title challenge. But football is rarely that straightforward, and defending champions City cannot afford to lose
PREDICTION: Liverpool 2 Manchester City 2. Getty