Bournemouth v Manchester United - United to win @ 31/25
United failed to win any of their first five games away from home across all competitions but they have since recovered to earn three victories on the bounce.
Most impressive was the 2-1 win over Chelsea in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems to have stumbled upon a new formation over recent weeks.
The Norwegian has been playing with a back-three and it's no coincidence that results are heading in a positive direction.
Bournemouth's home form suggests United could take the maximum points away from the Vitality in Saturday's early kick-off. They have only won once and failed to score in a goalless draw with struggling Norwich last time out on their own patch.
United's impressive record at Bournemouth also has to be taken into consideration ahead of this weekend's clash. The Red Devils have won on each of their last three encounters at the Vitality Stadium and another looks to be on the cards.
Arsenal v Wolves - Wolves to win @ 15/4
Arsenal sit fifth in the Premier League but boss Unai Emery has come under pressure recently after some lacklustre performances. The Gunners have only won one of their last four Premier League games, throwing away a two-goal lead to draw against Crystal Palace last time out, and there appears to be a great deal of unrest within the squad.
Wolves will be hoping to take advantage of Arsenal's troubles and their record against 'big six' sides is more than enough reason to believe they can. They have already beaten Manchester City this term and they took four points off Arsenal during the 2018-19 campaign.
Nuno Espirito Santo's men head to north London in good spirits, unbeaten in five in the Premier League, and with three points in their sights.
Everton v Tottenham - Tottenham @ 13/8
Spurs haven't won away from home in the Premier League since January 20 when they beat Fulham 2-1 at Craven Cottage. They have been well off the pace this season and start this weekend's round of fixtures sitting eight points adrift of the top four in 11th place.
But Tottenham face a side in turmoil with reports suggesting Everton are on the verge of giving boss Marco Silva the boot.
Just three wins all season has left them down at the wrong end of the standings and they will be under pressure to perform in front of their own fans at Goodison Park.
Tottenham won this fixture 6-2 last season and, although a repeat of that scoreline is unlikely, they should have too much for Everton once again.