Aubameyang to score anytime - 13/10
Arsenal against Tottenham is usually a fixture that provides plenty of entertainment (there hasn't been a goalless draw in any of the last 24 meetings between the two sides) and there is no reason to expect any different on Sunday.
Both teams will go into the match on the back of a defeat, but while the Gunners were beaten at European champions Liverpool, Spurs were losing at home to a previously pointless Newcastle side.
The Gunners are unbeaten in eight league meetings with their rivals at the Emirates Stadium, scoring 19 goals in the process, including two from Aubameyang during a 4-2 triumph last year.
The Gabon international shared the golden boot alongside Liverpool duo Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane last season and he has already scored twice this season, so it would be no surprise to see him net this weekend.
Wesley to score anytime - 11/5
Aston Villa will head to Crystal Palace on Saturday buoyed by their first win back in the Premier League against Everton last Friday.
Brazilian forward Wesley was the star of the show during that 2-0 win, as he not only scored his first goal for the club but also produced an assured all-round display.
It is hard to believe that the 22-year-old had received criticism in certain quarters prior to that performance and he will fancy his chances of netting on Saturday against a Palace side that are better on the road than they are on their own patch.
Jorginho to be carded - 4/1
Chelsea will be expected to follow up their first victory of the Frank Lampard era by beating Sheffield United at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, although they are unlikely to have it all their own way against Chris Wilder's side, who have already proved they are not going to be pushovers this term.
The Blades could easily score against what has been a leaky Chelsea defence and the pressure will be on Jorginho to protect the back four, particularly as Ngolo Kante is unlikely to be fit.
The Italy international has already shown that he is feeling the pressure in Kante's absence, as he has been booked in all three league matches to date and it would be no surprise to see him enter the referee's notebook once again on Saturday.