Five of the league's top seven teams have home games this weekend, with plenty of opportunities for high scores.
Arsenal face Blackburn in the weekend's early kick-off, and despite the Gunners recent woes I fancy them to get a big result here.
Robin van Persie is still the man to watch, he is a strong potential captain choice.
It may just be me though that does not like captaining a player in the weekend's early game, as if it doesn't work out it sets a negative spin on all the weekend's action.
Manchester City are the only other top seven side to play on Saturday, at home to Fulham.
Despite their recent patchy form, you have to fancy City to win big here.
Mario Balotelli remains suspended and it is a good opportunity for Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko to rack up the points, while David Silva is another strong captain choice.
If you have Dzeko in your side like us, if he doesn't perform here- it will be time to axe him next week.
Clint Dempsey has been in outstanding form of late, and he will have come up trumps for anybody who captained him against West Brom, but doing the same this time around could be a gamble which backfires, as we fancy City for a clean sheet.
Norwich will look to get back on track against a resurgent Bolton, we can see goals in this one, and its worth looking at Steve Morison as a source of points.
Stoke v Sunderland will be another tight clash, Stephane Sessegnon and Jonathan Walters have been the standout players for both sides, and we see no reason to drop either players.
Matt Etherington has to overcome a fitness test so be wary of starting him.
Martin O'Neill has said he may rest Frazier Campbell who has been superb since his comeback from injury, so don't get caught out by bringing him in this week.
You have to fancy QPR at home to Wolves, and Bobby Zamora will be raring to go in this one and is only priced at 6.7
As for Swansea v West Brom our recommendation is to go for Scott Sinclair who has scored 3 in 3, look for him to continue the form.
Another tip would be to bring in new Everton striker Nikica Jelavic who is set to make his debut away to struggling Wigan. He is priced at 6.5 and could be a golden gamble.
Our tips: Zamora, Jelavic, Sinclair, Aguero, van Persie, Silva, and Dzeko
See part two for previews of Newcastle v Aston Villa, Liverpool v Spurs and Chelsea Manchester United
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