Norwich City backed for a shock draw - while Liverpool, Arsenal, Everton and Tottenham should also share the spoils. Chelsea and Manchester United to win.
Here they are...
Liverpool v Arsenal: 1-1
The marquee game of the weekend is also the first game of the weekend and sees top play fourth at Anfield.
This one is very tough to call - but Arsenal have done pretty well against Liverpool recently.
However on this occasion a draw seems likely considering the form of both sides.
Aston Villa v West Ham: 1-1
An interesting one this, as Villa play on the counter attack while West Ham are not one to commit to much in the opposite direction.
A draw therefore seems plausible - but much could depend on whether West Ham have Andy Carroll available or not.
Chelsea v Newcastle: 2-0
Newcastle looked lost last weekend without talisman Yohan Cabaye - and the Frenchman’s presence will be sorely felt at the weekend against the in-form Chelsea.
A comfortable winner should be on the cards.
Crystal Palace v West Brom: 0-0
This game just looks like being a stalemate for me - I hope a 4-4 draw proves me wrong, for football and Match of the Day’s sake.
Norwich v Man City: 1-1
Shock result for the weekend, as I always throw in one, is Norwich getting revenge on City for their 7-0 mauling earlier in the campaign.
With Alvaro Negredo and Sergio Aguero out as well as Fernandinho - there is probably no better time to be playing City this season.
Southampton v Stoke: 2-1
Tough one to call, as strong winds are predicted on the South Coast this weekend - meaning Artur Boruc will have to be careful from anything Asmir Begovic sends his way.
But in all seriousness, if the Saints play like they did against Fulham last week - this should be a walk in the park.
Sunderland v Hull: 3-1
Sunderland are looking rampant now under Gus Poyet - who has Adam Johnson dreaming of a place in the England squad this summer.
This should be an exciting game - which the home side should win.
Swansea v Cardiff: 1-0
The South Wales derby - and what a season it has been for both these teams.
Managerial changes and legal challenges from both departing men in question - handling affairs off the pitch has not been their forte.
But with Michu back and the sort of kick up the rear only a managerial sacking can give a team The Swans should come away with three points.
Tottenham v Everton: 2-2
Last time they met it was a bore 0-0 draw at Goodison Park - which Hugo Lloris has the good fortune of remembering very little of.
Hopefully something more exciting this time around between two sides equally matched.
Manchester United v Fulham: 2-0
Times are tough for David Moyes, but they are tougher for Rene Meulensteen.
United should win easily, but if they don’t - then the season would have hit a new low.
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