Crystal Palace v Bournemouth, Tuesday, 11.30pm: While Wilfried Zaha remains at Crystal Palace, they always have a chance of ruffling feathers. He is a supreme talent and Palace have done well to keep him so long since his failed Manchester United adventure. Zaha scored in the surprising 2-0 win at Burnley at the weekend, and he can help them improve on a solid 11th position this week. PREDICTION: Crystal Palace 2 Bournemouth 1 Reuters
Burnley v Manchester City, Wednesday, 12.15am: Burnley won 3-0 at Watford, then lost 2-0 at home to Palace. Mind you, champions City have dropped four points in their last three games, so hardly consistent themselves. Kevin de Bruyne is showing the form that makes him such a class act, and that will be crucial for City if they are to start one of their incredible winning runs. PREDICTION: Burnley 1 Manchester City 2 EPA
Chelsea v Aston Villa, Wednesday, 11.30pm: A point at Manchester United after three against Newcastle was an excellent week for Villa, who seem to be getting to grips with the Premier League. Jack Grealish is such a key to their form, and the more he flourishes the better Villa will get. Chelsea are having a little wobble. PREDICTION: Chelsea 2 Aston Villa 2 Getty
Leicester v Watford, Wednesday, 11.30pm: Have some sympathy for poor Watford. Just 14 games into the season and they have sacked two managers, picked up just one win and are rock bottom. But against Southampton on Saturday, for the third time this season VAR admitted a mistake which cost them points. It might not ultimately make the difference, but it would help. Now the small matter of visiting a Leicester side that can't stop winning. PREDICTION: Leicester 4 Watford 0 Reuters
Manchester United v Tottenham, Wednesday, 11.30pm: Jose Mourinho back at Old Traffod so soon after taking over at Tottenham. It's certainly the match of the midweek fixtures and the Special One will love his reception and being centre stage. He will also do absolutely anything to avoid defeat against his former club, parking a fleet of buses is that's what is required.
PREDICTION: Manchester United 1 Tottenham 1 Getty
Southampton v Norwich, Wednesday, 11.30pm: Losing 1-0 with 12 minutes to go against bottom club Watford, only to win 2-1 with the help of an incorrect VAR decision. On such margins can a season, and Premier League survival, hinge, though James Ward-Prowse's free-kick winner was worthy of special praise. Can they now cash in? The nerves will still be there. PREDICTION: Southampton 1 Norwich 1 Getty
Wolves v West Ham, Wednesday, 11.30pm: Wolves lie in sixth place, level on points with Tottenham, and into the knockout stages of the Europa League. Just one problem; their manager Nuno Espirito Santo is so good other clubs will come calling, and when there is big money and possible Champions League action on offer, will he really say no? PREDICTION: Wolves 2 West Ham 0 Getty
Liverpool v Everton, Thursday, 00.15am: The Mersey derby, one of the bitterest rivalries anywhere in the football world. Jurgen Klopp's side are flying, and Marco Silva's struggling, but that doesn't guarantee anything in this humdinger of a fixture. Mohamed Salah has been quiet by his standards lately; this would be the perfect moment to burst into his peerless brilliance.
PREDICTION: Liverpool 2 Everton 1 EPA
Sheffield United v Newcastle, Thursday, 11.30pm: Few would have predicted it on his appointment, but Steve Bruce is slowly but surely winning over the Newcastle doubters. They aren't exactly chanting his name in the stands just yet, but getting a draw against champions Manchester City will do his cause no harm. Jonjo Shelvey, awful against Villa but magnificent against City, can give his boss a big hand. PREDICTION: Sheffield United 1 Newcastle 1 Getty
Arsenal v Brighton, Friday, 00.15am: So it was just a matter of time. Goodbye Unai Emery, welcome Freddie Ljungberg, for now. The Gunners sit below Sheffield United in the Premier League table and interim boss Ljungberg will need to change that. The signs were there against Norwich, but the result did not follow. Tense times but another big chance for three points. PREDICTION: Arsenal 2 Brighton 1 AFP