Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham to draw while Liverpool and Manchester City go marching on!
Here they are...
Chelsea v Arsenal: 1-1
It is Arsene Wenger’s 1,000th game in charge of Arsenal tomorrow afternoon and it could not be a more important fixture.
The Gunners are still in the title hunt - while The Blues were dealt a blow by losing at Aston Villa a week ago.
Hard to see Arsenal getting a win - but on such a memorable day it is is also hard to see them losing, so a score draw seems a fair bet.
Cardiff v Liverpool: 1-3
Rampant Liverpool take on Cardiff City - who are slipping toward a place in second tier football once again.
I doubt I would find many Cardiff fans optimistic ahead of this fixture - so I won’t apologise for my prediction.
Everton v Swansea: 2-0
The Toffees seem to have a knack for outplaying Swansea and after their recent scrappy form this will be a game in which Roberto Martinez will expect a response.
So a home win seems a sensible bet.
Hull v West Brom: 1-1
A really tough one to call but after their performance last week West Brom will hold out hope of at least picking up a point at the KC Stadium.
Man City v Fulham: 5-0
Sorry Cottagers but I just cannot see this one going any other way.
Fulham may have got a win against Newcastle United last week but City just look ready to rip someone open - and Fulham are the perfect prey.
Newcastle v Crystal Palace: 1-1
The Toon are sort of falling away at the end of this season - and Palace are fighting a relegation battle.
With that in mind Palace are more than capable of getting something from their trip up north.
Norwich v Sunderland: 2-2
Two relegation scrappers go toe-to-toe in the East and it should be an exciting match.
But at the end of the day neither side would be happy with a draw - which is exactly how I see this one panning out.
West Ham v Man United: 1-1
OK so they beat Olympiakos at home 3-0 - well done, but back to domestic football - and given United this season it would not be a surprise to see a lacklustre performance out there this Saturday evening against The Hammers.
Tottenham v Southampton: 2-2
In my opinion these two teams are about even - and that should be reflected in the scoreline in a competitive fixture.
Aston Villa v Stoke: 3-1
After beating Chelsea Villa must be sky-high - and Stoke are in and around them in the league.
If Villa produce a duplicate performance than The Potters have no chance of victory - which is my prediction.