Bournemouth 2-1 Watford

The Vitality Stadium has proved a tricky place to go in the Premier League over recent times and with Watford’s reputation of being a poor side on their travels, it's perhaps surprising that Bournemouth are not odds-on favourites for this one. Watford have, however proven that they can score goals, bagging three against Liverpool last week and although Bournemouth were beaten at the Hawthorns last week, they dominated that game in terms of possession and chances created. With the home faithful behind them, the Cherries can get their season off the ground.

Burnley 1-0 West Brom

Following their shock win last weekend at Stamford Bridge, Burnley will be looking to cash in on the momentum they’ve created by beating West Brom. Their home form was top class last season, amassing 33 of their 40 points at Turf Moor. Any side managed by Tony Pulis will pride themselves on a strong defence but with Jonny Evans a fitness doubt, Burnley will fancy their chances and can sneak this one 1-0.

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Leicester 3-0 Brighton

Despite losing 4-3 in a cracking game at the Emirates, Leicester showed signs of real quality - especially going forward. They looked irresistible in attack, causing the Arsenal defence real issues throughout the 90 minutes. Brighton, on the other hand, did well to hold out for as long as they did against Man City whilst offering little going forward. Unfortunately they look, as many newly promoted teams do early in the campaign, as though they look vulnerable to individual errors costing them goals - which was the case for the two goals they conceded on Saturday. Leicester should have little trouble this weekend with a comfortable victory on the cards.

Liverpool 3-1 Crystal Palace

Both sides were odds-on favourites last week, and neither won, so both teams will be looking for better fortune this week. Although they looked very good in attack, Liverpool showed the same defensive frailties that have cost them so dearly in recent seasons. However, Palace were arguably even worse against Huddersfield as they struggled to adapt to the new system and style of play Frank de Boer is looking to introduce. The Eagles have won on their last three visits to Anfield but with the Reds having secured a cindifence boosting win in the Champions League mid-week, Saturday should provide the ideal opportunity to get their season at home off to a flyer.

Southampton 0-1 West Ham

These two teams will be vying to finish as one of 'the best of the rest' outside the top seven this season so Saturday's game should be a tight affiar. It is no secret, however, that Southampton’s attacking record at home left a lot to be desired last season with goals drying up considerably for the Saints. Meanwhile, West Ham’s away record last season wasn't too shabby and following some decent moves in the transfer market over the summer, their newly acquired attack will be hopeful of nicking this one.

Fulham 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

Following 3 consecutive draws, Fulham will be looking for their first win of the campaign against a Sheffield Wednesday side who are also yet to win a league game. With a few key players returning for the Cottagers, and a new number nine signed in the week, they’ll be confident of securing their first three points of the season.

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