Manchester United, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea are backed to win while Arsenal, Cardiff City and Spurs are expected to lose.
Here they are...
Manchester United v Aston Villa: 2-1
One thing that will surely not change under David Moyes is Manchester United’s dominance over Aston Villa.
Prior to their Tuesday night derby woe United had swept aside Olympiakos and West Ham - if they can just remember that they might be on for a win here.
Crystal Palace v Chelsea: 0-1
Expect Tony Pulis to do all he can to ruffle the feathers of Jose Mourinho.
Eventually the Chelsea boss should get his way, he usually does, but this will be no walk in the Selhurst Park.
Southampton v Newcastle: 3-1
The Saints are due a result. They were brilliant in the first-half against Tottenham last week but fell apart.
A similar performance against Newcastle however and there should be only one winner.
Stoke v Hull: 3-1
Hull are without their goalkeeper Allan McGregor and the Tigers seem to have let a little bit of complacency slip into their game.
Punishment will be swift at The Britannia.
Swansea v Norwich: 1-1
Sometimes you just have a feeling for a result - 1-1 just seems right to me.
West Brom v Cardiff: 1-2
In recent weeks out of these two teams I ask myself who has shown more fight - for me it is the away side.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team look capable of survival, if only they didn’t have such a painful run of remaining fixtures.
However this is one they should win.
Arsenal v Manchester City: 2-5
After last weekend I have no idea why I have been so frugal with my results so far - so here you are something a little more extravagant
I can see this being an open affair with City emerging victorious once again.
For Arsenal it is not a scoreline they would wish to see come true.
Fulham v Everton: 0-2
Everton have a historically poor record in the capital - but this Fulham side look doomed.
The Toffees have Arsenal in their sights - and The Gunners had better watch out.
Liverpool v Tottenham: 3-2
Another game in which a Premier League title contender will simply outscore their opponents.
Liverpool should have too much firepower for the Spurs defence.