Arsenal vs. Watford (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The Gunners marched to a 2-0 win over Leicester City last time out, while Claudio Ranieri's side went down 1-0 to Southampton.
We say: Arsenal 2-0 Watford
Any hopes of Watford producing yet another five-goal showing are extremely slim, with Arteta reaping the rewards of having his first-choice backline fit and firing on all cylinders.
The Gunners have certainly looked more threatening on the attacking front since this change in shape, and we can only back the hosts to get the job done comfortably.
Everton vs. Spurs (Sunday, 2.00pm)
While Spurs enter the game on the back of a 3-2 Europa Conference League win over Vitesse, the Toffees are seeking to end a run of three straight Premier League defeats.
We say: Everton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur
Spurs' new manager bounce seemed to last for all of 30 minutes against Vitesse, and with Conte set to stick with the majority of players who started that game, the quick turnaround and jellied legs will impact the visitors' chances of a positive result here.
Everton have hardly inspired confidence in recent weeks either, but with the hosts feeling far more refreshed, we have confidence in the Toffees to pick up a point against a fatigued Spurs outfit.
Leeds vs. Leicester (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Two sides struggling to impress in the 2021-22 Premier League season lock horns at Elland Road on Sunday as Leeds United play host to Leicester City.
Marcelo Bielsa's side scraped a 2-1 win over Norwich City last time out, while the Foxes went down 2-0 to an Aaron Ramsdale-inspired Arsenal.
We say: Leeds United 1-3 Leicester City
Neither Leeds nor Leicester have covered themselves in defensive glory this term, and the Foxes' recent bout of illness has not helped their existing absentee woes.
However, with Rodgers expecting to welcome some of his big-hitters back to the first XI this weekend, we are backing Leicester to respond in ideal fashion and pile more misery on Bielsa.
West Ham vs. Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm)
David Moyes's side marched to a 4-1 success over Aston Villa in their most recent league battle, while the Reds could only draw 2-2 with Brighton & Hove Albion.
We say: West Ham United 2-3 Liverpool
This has all the makings of a truly entertaining affair between two sides who simply love to attack, and West Ham would do well to take advantage of Liverpool's lack of depth in the middle at present.
It would not be a surprise to see Moyes's attackers breach this Liverpool backline more than once, but the Reds have a penchant for prolific performances away from home and should travel back to Merseyside with all three points after an absorbing encounter.