Crystal Palace vs. Leicester (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The Eagles have taken six points from their opening six Premier League matches, while Leicester have accrued one point more from the same number of games.
We say: Crystal Palace 1-1 Leicester City
Palace are without a win in four matches against Leicester, but they have yet to lose on home soil this term, whereas City have lost three of their last four away league games.
The Eagles have drawn three of their last five matches overall, and we can see another point being added to the board this weekend with a draw against inconsistent Leicester.
Spurs vs. Aston Villa (Sunday, 2.00pm)
We say: Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Aston Villa
Scoring a hat-trick against Slovenian minnows Mura is not anything for Kane to write home about, but the England captain will hope that a midweek flurry of goals is the start of better things to come in the Premier League.
However, Villa are slowly but surely heading in the right direction and will be on cloud nine after winning at Old Trafford, so we are confident in the visitors' ability to claim a point from this clash.
West Ham vs. Brentford (Sunday, 2.00pm)
We say: West Ham United 2-1 Brentford
Goals should be on the menu between two rather potent attacks in this London derby, where Brentford will aim to take advantage of their hosts' Europa League fatigue.
The Bees' fighting spirit should come to the fore when under the cosh against a West Ham side blessed with quality in all areas of the pitch, but we think they will just fall short against one of the Premier League's top-performing sides at home.
Liverpool vs. Man City (Sunday, 4.30pm)
A blockbuster Premier League clash takes place at Anfield on Sunday night, as dethroned champions Liverpool lock horns with current holders Manchester City.
The two powerhouses currently occupy first and second in the Premier League table after six matches, with Jurgen Klopp's side one point above their title rivals at the summit.
We say: Liverpool 1-1 Manchester City
A battle between the Premier League's most potent attack and most resilient rearguard should serve up yet another classic between the two clubs, but the visitors' defence will surely be unable to hold out against the famed trio.
Even without a recognised number nine, Guardiola's side still boast plenty of quality going forward and should have made the net ripple at the Parc des Princes, so we expect the two managers to shake hands on a draw come the full-time whistle.