Burnley v Huddersfield.
This weekend I expect Burnley to continue their recent excellent form with a win for Lancashire over an entertaining, but struggling Huddersfield Town side. Just two points from their opening seven games has given David Wagner’s side an uphill task already this season and it could get even worse should Burnley perform to the levels they’ve been showing of late. Burnley win.
Bournemouth v Watford.
Although Watford and Bournemouth are only separated on goal difference after seven games, Watford’s defence should be the difference between the two sides. Watford have been impressive this season and surprised a lot of people with their early form. It’s not all been plain sailing for Javi Gracia’s side but sitting in sixth place after seven games is a good position to be in and one most fans would probably be more than happy with. Watford win.
Crystal Palace v Wolverhampton Wanderers.
If Jiménez and João Mouthinho play at Selhurst Park on Saturday they can win the game for Wolves. We’ve seen what Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are capable of and you’d expect them to carry on their attacking attitude against a Palace side coming off the back of a disappointing loss at Bournemouth. Wolves win.