With seven top-flight games on Saturday there are, as ever, plenty of betting opportunities. Here, Aiden Perkins offers his Premier League betting tips.
One of the stand-out games this weekend sees reigning champions Chelsea host 2016 title winners Leicester. Antonio Conte's men have stumbled to two 0-0 draws in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup in the past week but expect them to revert to winning ways with a full-strength side when the Foxes visit Stamford Bridge.
It's likely to be a tight affair, though, as Leicester have undoubtedly improved under the guidance of Claude Puel and so backing a Chelsea win with both to score could pay dividends.
Meanwhile, also in the capital, Crystal Palace will be aiming to continue their impressive resurgence under Roy Hodgson when they welcome seventh-placed Burnley to Selhurst Park.
The Eagles have lost just once in 11 league games and while there have been six draws in that run, they're now sitting in 14th - a vast improvement from when Hodgson took over when they were rock bottom and staring at the drop. Therefore, they will have little fear hosting the Clarets despite their fine first half to the season and a narrow home win, by the odd goal, is advised.
Elsewhere, among six 3pm kick-offs, Huddersfield host West Ham and Newcastle entertain Swansea but, with both games looking extremely difficult to call, it's better to focus on Watford and West Brom picking up much-needed home wins instead.
Watford's form has slipped worryingly and they're now just five points clear of the bottom three in a congested mid-table but, with Southampton the visitors to Vicarage Road, this is the perfect game to end a run of just one win in nine for Marco Silva's men.
Saints are in freefall and without a win in their last nine in the league as boss Mauricio Pellegrino struggles to work out his best team amid calls from fans for the Spaniard to be sacked. Troy Deeney shrugged off transfer speculation over his future to score and assist in the FA Cup win over Bristol City last weekend and should be backed to score the first goal in this one.
Finally, the tip of the day is West Brom beating Brighton at the Hawthorns. Alan Pardew has still not won in the league since taking over and that form, coupled with their league position of second from bottom, means their Premier League odds for this game are fairly generous.
The Baggies secured a morale-boosting cup win at Exeter last time out, though, and that means they should have renewed confidence against a Seagulls side who have lost four of their last five away games without scoring a goal.