Chelsea vs. Wolves: Chelsea
Chelsea entertain Wolves on Saturday with the two sides having completely differing weeks.
Things are looking on the up for the Blues who have won back to back matches under new manager Graham Potter, whilst Wolves sacked Bruno Lage after a poor start to the season.
Only Bournemouth have recorded less XG than Wolves so far this season and a lack of goals has haunted them for over two years now.
Chelsea are unsurprisingly big favourites here and we can’t see anything bar a home win.
Arsenal vs. Liverpool: Both teams to score
Arsenal’s excellent start to the season continued with a comfortable win over local rivals Tottenham last time out.
On Sunday they entertain Liverpool, a side they currently have an 11 point advantage over, which even at this stage of the season is a huge difference.
Despite their good start to the campaign, Arsenal are yet to keep a clean sheet at home, whilst Liverpool have shut their opponents out just twice in seven league games.
In a tough to predict game, both teams to score looks a good bet.
Morecambe vs. Ipswich Town: Ipswich Town
Rock bottom Morecambe host second placed Ipswich Town in one of the stand out gimmes of the weekend.
Ipswich have been very good this season, losing just one of their first 12 matches and have won their last two fixtures.
On the other hand, Morecambe have just one win in 11 fixtures and have scored just eight goals in the process.
Both games finished level last term; however Ipswich have improved massively under Kieran McKenna and it’s hard to look past an away win.
Sheffield Wednesday vs. Cheltenham: Sheffield Wednesday
Another stand out League One fixture on Saturday see’s Sheffield Wednesday entertain Cheltenham.
Wednesday were beaten midweek; however they sit third in the league and will want to keep pace with the top two.
Cheltenham sit in the middle of the pack and a home win here looks a safe bet.
Borussia Monchengladbach vs. Cologne: Both teams to score
Two sides in the middle of the Bundesliga go head to head this weekend when Cologne travel to Borussia Monchengladbach.
In a tough to predict game, we are going for goals, with games involving the pair this season averaging out at three per game.
The last five matches between the two have seen both teams to score and we fancy that here again.
Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich: Bayern Munich
The stand out fixture in Europe this weekend takes place in the Bundesliga as Borussia Dortmund entertain champions Bayern Munich.
There is little between the two early doors in the Bundesliga table; however Munich are favourites and will surely win another title this season.
Munich have an incredible recent record against Dortmund, winning the last eight matches between the two.
A ninth win in a row would strike a huge blow to any hope of a Bundesliga title race, but it’s hard to bet against Munich.
6 fold pays 10/1