Liverpool vs Manchester United
A Liverpool loss would leave them on just 12 points from their first eight Premier League fixtures – the same tally as Brendan Rodgers had when he was sacked two years ago. Jurgen Klopp is 25/1 to be the next Premier League boss to leave his post.
Philippe Coutinho has scored or assisted 12 goals in his last 12 league games. He’s 5/4 to be involved in a goal against United.
United kept a clean sheet in both of their last two visits to Anfield. They’re 17/2 to win to nil this weekend.
If Romelu Lukaku scores, he’ll become the first player in the Premier League era to score in their first eight league games for Manchester United. He’s 23/10 to win the Golden Boot this season.
Watford vs Arsenal
The Hornets have been rejuvenated under Marco Silva this season, and are 7/5 to secure a top 10 finish in the Premier League. Silva, meanwhile, is 25/1 to replace Ronald Koeman at Everton.
Arsenal haven’t won away from home in the league yet this season – they’re 8/1 not to take three points on their travels for the full campaign.
The Gunners are, however, on a seven-game unbeaten streak, and are in to 7/4 for a top four finish.
Alex Lacazette is 14/1 to win the Golden Boot, but Mesut Ozil (11/2) and Alexis Sanchez (3/1) are both short-priced to leave in January.
Burnley vs West Ham
The Hammers have kept four clean sheets in their last five matches, and are 2/1 to do so again at Turf Moor.
But their hosts are hardly generous at the back, either, making a goalless draw 7/1.
The hosts have continued to defy expectations in the top-flight, and are 11/4 to land a top half finish this season.
Crystal Palace vs Chelsea
Palace, notoriously, haven’t scored in the league yet this season. They’re 7/2 not to break their duck until November, while the league’s bottom side are 25/1 not to pick up a point until the New Year.
With Frank De Boer disposed of after just four games, and Roy Hodgson already feeling the heat, Palace are favourites to be the next destination for Wales manager Chris Coleman at 2/1.
Defeat by Chelsea this weekend – which is odds-on (4/11) – would be the joint-worst start to a season in English league history, since Liverpool in 1899. The Eagles are 8/15 to be relegated this season – 7/5 to stay up.
Man City vs Stoke
City have won nine out of their ten games so far this campaign, and are 12/1 to go unbeaten in the Premier League this season.
The Citizens are odds-on to win the league title (4/6), and in the mix for the FA Cup (11/2), League Cup (10/3) and Champions League (8/1). They’re 325/1 to win the quadruple.
Swansea vs Huddersfield
Both teams have averaged less than a goal a game this season, and played out goalless draws in 29% of their matches – the 0-0 tomorrow is 6/1.
And each side is in the predicted drop-zone by bookies – with Swansea 6/5 to go down, Huddersfield 13/10.
Tottenham vs Bournemouth
The Wembley hoodoo continues to exist, at least in the minds of pundits – Bournemouth are 7/2 to continue it with either victory or a draw.
Harry Kane had an absurdly prolific September and is now favourite for the Premier League golden boot (7/4).