Steve Rawlings says: "Chris Hughton's Brighton are looking to bounce-back after two recent defeats on the road but they're a different proposition at home, where they're in search of their third win in-a-row. The Seagulls aren't prolific but they're hard to breakdown and their last three Premier League victories have all been by a solitary goal to nil. With Leicester not scoring many of late and with Jamie Vardy in search of his first goal since September, another 1-0 win for Brighton is perfectly plausible. Brighton 1-0 Leicester."
Back the 1-0 at 9.40
Back blue momentum
Simon Mail says: "Marco Silva's Everton can continue their momentum with a comfortable win over Cardiff. The Toffees have won their last three home league matches and their opponents have only managed one point on the road this season. Everton 2-0 Cardiff."
Back the 2-0 at 6.80
The Ranieri effect
Andy Schooler says: "Fulham's better attacking options can swing this relegation battle their way on home soil. New boss Claudio Ranieri will know his main job is shoring up a porous defence and he'll have already started working on that. Facing a side struggling for goals is a good opener for the Italian's reign and the hosts can end their losing run here. Fulham 3-2 Southampton."
Back the 3-2 at 32.00
Should be a routine home win
Andrew Atherley says: "United have an exceptionally strong record against Palace in the Premier League and there is the potential for a convincing win against the struggling visitors. Manchester United 3-1 Crystal Palace"
Back the 3-1 at 13.50
Hornets will offer a sting
Mark O'Haire says: "Liverpool have equalled their best-ever start to a Premier League season and can extend their unbeaten record on Saturday. Watford are unlikely to walkover for the Reds and will offer stern resistance so back the Merseysiders to run out 2-1 winners.Watford 1-2 Liverpool."
Back the 1-2 at 9.20
A City stroll once again
Jamie Pacheco says: "City carry on looking invincible and will benefit from a large number of West Ham injuries. The visitors have managed to score four in each of their past two visits to West Ham but may just have to settle for three this time round. West Ham 0-3 Manchester City."
Back the 0-3 at 9.60
Points shared in Wembley clash
Dave Tindall says: "This looks a tight one to call with both flying high in the Premier League. Tottenham can be a little vulnerable to big teams at Wembley but look strong enough to bank a point against the unbeaten visitors. Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea"
Back the 1-1 at 7.60
Jack Lang says: "With in-form attackers wherever you look, plus two defences that rarely look invulnerable, fans at Dean Court could well be in for an exciting spectacle. Bournemouth 2-2 Arsenal."
Back the 2-2 at 12.50
Kevin Hatchard says: "Wolves' greater quality in attack will shine through against a Huddersfield side that lacks flair. Wolves 2-0 Huddersfield."
Back the 2-0 at 6.40
Don't expect goals in the Monday Night Football
Mike Norman says: "Newcastle have drawn three of their five league away games, all by a scoreline of 0-0. Burnley stopped the rot last time with a goalless draw at Leicester. Both will be desperate to avoid defeat and it's hard to split them. Burnley 0-0 Newcastle"
Brighton 1-0 Leicester: Back the 1-0 at 9.40
Everton 2-0 Cardiff: Back the 2-0 at 6.80
Fulham 3-2 Southampton: Back the 3-2 at 32.00
Manchester United 3-1: Crystal Palace: Back the 3-1 at 13.50
Watford 1-2 Liverpool: Back the 1-2 at 9.20
West Ham 0-3 Manchester City: Back the 0-3 at 9.60