Jamie Vardy to score and Leicester to win at Southampton
Southampton and Leicester City get the weekend action underway on Friday night when they go head-to-head at St Mary's. The Foxes have made a brilliant start to the season, taking 17 points from a possible 27 to sit third in the table.
Brendan Rodgers' men bounced back to winning ways with a 2-1 home success over Burnley last time out, making it four victories from their last five in all competitions, and will feel confident of getting the better of a Southampton side that has gone four games without a win in the league.
Former England international Jamie Vardy leads Leicester's scoring charts, having netted six times from nine outings, and backing the striker to score and the Foxes to win at 2/1 looks great value.
Brighton to beat Everton
In terms of the form book, neither of these two teams is pulling up any trees right now but home advantage could prove crucial on Saturday afternoon. Brighton's last victory came at the AMEX Stadium, a 3-0 thumping of Tottenham Hotspur, and five of their nine league points have come on home soil.
As for Everton, they picked up a 2-0 home win over West Ham United at the weekend although the Toffees' away record is incredibly poor as they are without a league win on the road in their last seven.
The Seagulls will be roared on by the home crowd and it is hard to overlook the hosts at 19/10 to claim the spoils.
Adama Traore to score and Wolves to win at Newcastle
After a tricky start to the campaign, Wolves have really started to hit their stride and are on a six-game unbeaten run in all competitions, while they have taken eight points from the last 12 on offer.
Nuno Espirito Santo's men have won their last two away games - beating Besiktas and Manchester City - and they arguably have the most entertaining player to watch this season playing well, Adama Traore.
The 23-year-old scored both goals in that victory over the Citizens and his blistering pace should be too much to handle for a Newcastle side sitting in the relegation zone.
Steve Bruce's side are the joint-lowest scorers in the division (5) and that lack of threat in front of goal could be a huge factor when it comes to deciding which three teams will drop down to the Championship.
At odds of 6/1, Traore to score and Wolves to win provides massive value.