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After a fairly terrible start to the season prior to the international break, coupled with a transfer window that left many fans unhappy, the Gunners are looking to get back on track as they host winless Bournemouth.
The Londoners have won both of their home league matches against the Cherries, who have lost all three of their games this campaign and found the net just once whilst shipping five goals.
An Alexis Sanchez double was the difference in this fixture last season, and the Chilean could make all the difference again this time around after his proposed move to Manchester City on deadline day fell through.
Like their deadly rivals, Spurs have also had a poor start by their standards and are desperate for three points at Goodison Park.
The good news for Tottenham is that they are not playing at home, so there is no Wembley hoodoo, and that it is September, which means Harry Kane is available to find the net again after extending his August scoreless record to 13 league games – unlucky for some.
Spurs have won just once this season, a 2-0 win away at Newcastle United during the opening weekend, and will be looking to replicate that form at Everton on Saturday afternoon.
A shocking 3-2 home loss to Burnley on the first day of the season aside, Chelsea look in fine form again this year as they chase back-to-back titles for the second time in their history.
The Blues travel up to Leicester City boasting a midfield of N’Golo Kante and newly signed Danny Drinkwater – both key players when the Foxes won the title two years ago – along with Alvaro Morata, who has been involved in four league goals so far. Antonio Conte’s men have won 11 of their last 13 matches against Leicester, as well as five of their last six away games at the King Power Stadium – all good omens for Chelsea.
Rock bottom of the table, three losses on the bounce, and a manager who could be sacked any day now: where is the value in tipping West Ham to win?
The simple reason is that they are at home for the first time this season, after being forced out of the Olympic Stadium during August to make way for the World Athletics Championships, and being back in front of their own fans is likely to make all the difference.
The Hammers face a high-flying Huddersfield Town, currently sitting pretty in third place in their debut Premier League season, but a trip to London against a side in grave need of points could prove to be their undoing.