Burnley vs. Everton (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Eleven points separate the sides heading into this opening Premier League fixture of the weekend, with the Toffees in eighth and their opponents in the bottom three.
We say: Burnley 1-2 Everton
Everton have badly lost their way after a really strong start to the season and have an extremely tough run of games to come after this trip to Turf Moor.
If not quite must win, anything less than three points in Lancashire will be considered a poor result for the Toffees, who have aspirations of challenging for a European spot.
None of the 12 Premier League games between Burnley and Everton has been drawn - the Clarets winning five to the Toffees' seven - and we are going with an away win this weekend.
Our tipster partners are predicting over 1.5 goals.
Man City vs. Fulham (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Manchester City welcome Fulham to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon with both sides coming into the match off the back of much-needed Premier League victories.
The return of fans will have to wait in Manchester, but City at least have the chance to make a significant climb up the table as they host the newly-promoted Cottagers.
We say: Manchester City 3-0 Fulham
Fulham have massively improved at the back since the early weeks of the season, but a trip to face Man City at the Etihad Stadium remains one of the toughest tests in English football and we cannot see anything other than a comfortable home win.
The Cottagers should take huge confidence from Monday's win at Leicester, but with Man City having rediscovered their ruthless streak in front of goal last weekend we can see the hosts cruising to victory once again.
Our tipster partners are predicting that at least one team will not score (BTTS - no).
West Ham vs. Man Utd (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Up to 2,000 supporters will be permitted to attend a fascinating contest between two sides separated by four places but just one point in the Premier League table.
We say: West Ham United 2-1 Manchester United
This will be only the fourth time in the Premier League era that West Ham go into a match against Manchester United sitting above their opponents in the table, and we are backing Moyes to extend that lead against his former club.
Man United's away form is nothing short of incredible, but West Ham have been impressive at home, have fared relatively well against the bigger teams and should be boosted by the long-awaited return of supporters too.
Our tipster partners are predicting a double chance bet on a draw or an away win.
Chelsea vs. Leeds (Saturday, 8.00pm)
Up to 2,000 fans will be allowed into Stamford Bridge for the first league meeting between Chelsea and Leeds United since May 2004 on Saturday evening.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard already has a storied history against Leeds as a manager, and he could add another chapter to that this weekend with victory enough to take his side temporarily top of the Premier League table.
We say: Chelsea 2-0 Leeds United
This promises to be another fascinating showdown between Lampard and Bielsa, and we are backing Chelsea to come out on top in front of their small section of returning supporters.
Leeds have the quality to cause Chelsea problems, but they have only scored three goals in their last four games whereas Chelsea's defence looks like the most reliable in the league right now.
Our tipster partners are predicting over 2.5 goals.