The season is in full swing and we've got Super Six predictions based on punters' favourite picks.
Chelsea v Leicester
It's a battle of the two latest Premier League champions, although Chelsea will go into this game strong favourites. Punters have it a close game though, but 35% have gone for a 2-1 home victory.
Crystal Palace v Burnley
This is a tough one to call for pundits, punters and bookies alike with the home site edging it in the betting after their recent good form. But a quarter of all bets have gone for the 0-0 stalemate, a result which both teams may be comfortable with.
Huddersfield v West Ham
West Ham have only won one game away from home all season, at lowly Stoke. Huddersfield will see these type of games as crucial to survival and punters think that they can do enough to keep David Wagner's Terriers afloat.
Newcastle v Swansea
Both sides are struggling, giving this game a real 'Six-pointer' feel. Swansea will look to keep going with the positive atmosphere that Carlos Calvahal has exuded and over a quarter of bets have gone on the classic 1-0 away scoreline.
Watford v Southampton
The hosts are experiencing a mixed season, whilst Southampton are struggling after years of being at the right end of the table. Mauricio Pellegrino is under big pressure for a win but 39% of bets are on the Hornets to win 2-1 and for the Saints' dismal league form to continue.
West Brom v Brighton
If Southampton are struggling, that's nothing compared to Alan Pardew's woes at West Brom. The Baggies have not won in the league since he took over and will see this game as a prime chance to avert that. But punters have heavily backed the draw, with goals to boot.