Claudio Ranieri can get his managerial spell at Fulham off to a successful start by guiding the Cottagers to victory against fellow strugglers Southampton.
The Italian knows how to organise a defence and that is exactly what Fulham need while Southampton’s inability to find the net is a harder problem to fix.
Saints have only scored eight goals in their first 12 top-flight matches and Fulham will never have a better chance of keeping a first clean sheet of the campaign.
Ranieri’s former team Leicester City have been one of the most inconsistent sides so far this season while Saturday’s opponents Brighton are very difficult to beat at home. A 1-0 Seagulls victory appears tempting at 29/4.
Tottenham have not drawn yet this season while Chelsea remain unbeaten and the Blues can continue their excellent start to the campaign by drawing at Wembley, while Everton can make it five victories from seven games at Goodison Park by getting the better of Cardiff City.
Watford held Liverpool to a 3-3 draw at Vicarage Road last season but Jurgen Klopp’s team are a different proposition this term and can edge to a one-goal victory at 49/20.
Crystal Palace can frustrate Jose Mourinho by grinding out a draw at Old Trafford where Manchester United have only managed to score eight goals this term, while Manchester City can continue their imperious progress by easing to a routine victory at West Ham, who are managed by their former boss Manuel Pellegrini.
Arsenal have drawn their last three Premier League fixtures and that sequence could continue at sixth-placed Bournemouth, available at 14/5, while Wolves may struggle to break Huddersfield Town’s defence down before eventually beating the Terriers 1-0 at Molineux (17/4).
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