Chelsea ought to have the easiest task of the trio, with Crystal Palace having made a worse start to the Premier League season than any club in the division's history. Antonio Conte's men are hefty 4/11 (1.36) favourites and will be looking to bounce back from a 1-0 loss at home to Manchester City last time out - their second defeat at Stamford Bridge already this season - and should do so with ease at Palace.
Arsenal's task is less straightforward as Watford have made an impressive start to the new campaign under new coach Marco Silva, who has the Hornets eighth in the league, just a point behind the Gunners.
But Watford are yet to win any of their four home games in any competition this season, while Arsenal - 7/10 (1.70) to win the match outright - have won four on the spin ahead of their Saturday teatime trip to Vicarage Road, where they won 3-1 last season.
Completing the treble is another London club, Fulham, who host Preston North End in a game between two sides looking to push on and mount a promotion challenge in the Championship.
The Cottagers, who are 10/11 (1.91) favourites to beat the Lilywhites, are unbeaten in five meetings with Preston and won back-to-back matches before the international break, so they go into the game in strong form and have a great chance of doing their bit for the treble.
Chelsea and Arsenal both have very winnable away games in the Premier League, while Fulham will fancy their chances against PNE, so 7/2 (4.50) with dabblebet on the enhanced treble, boosted from 3/1 (4.0), could well prove to be a gift for punters.