Liverpool, Everton and Aston Villa are backed for unhelpful draws - meanwhile Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are backed to win their games comfortably.
Here they are…
Everton v West Ham: 1-1
Earlier in the season it was the Leighton Baines show and Everton will be hoping for a similar result.
However The Hammers are in great form at the moment - and will travel to the game with no fear.
And with that in mind, with the injury to Phil Jagielka taken into account, I can see Big Sam picking up a decent draw on Merseyside.
Fulham v Chelsea: 1-3
Sorry Felix, I’m just not buying it.
Derby or no derby Chelsea are a much stronger team that The Cottagers and that quality will show on Saturday in a comfortable win.
Hull v Newcastle: 1-1
Newcastle finally got a reprieve from their woeful form last week - with a late winner from Loic Remy doing the business for The Magpies.
But Hull are in great form - so can see this ending all square.
Stoke v Arsenal: 2-3
Stoke always give Arsenal a good game and Mark Hughes always makes Arsene Wenger squirm - so with that in mind a shock home defeat could be on the cards.
With a problem at left-back ahead of the game The Gunners could be better prepared so backing a home win is not ridiculous at all.
But here I go - backing Arsenal to scrape it.
Southampton v Liverpool: 2-2
The only team to beat Liverpool at Anfield this season invite them to the South Coast tomorrow evening.
Liverpool are rampant - but Southampton buoyed by their very own good week.
An exciting draw perhaps?
Aston Villa v Norwich: 0-0
A big win last week for Norwich, and now they face off against former gaffer Paul Lambert in the Midlands.
A tough one to call - so splinters in bum time - a 0-0 draw.
Swansea v Crystal Palace: 3-1
Garry Monk has revitalised The Swans and if they play like they did against Napoli in midweek then Palace stand no chance.
Tottenham v Cardiff: 3-0
Spurs slipped up last week but Cardiff were woeful against Hull.
Looks like a comfortable whipping in the making this one.
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