Tottenham can make it four wins out of four when they visit Vicarage Road on Sunday to face a Watford team that have also taken nine points from a possible nine.
Both teams have silenced the critics who were saying just a month ago that the Hornets were relegation fodder and Spurs would struggle after failing to buy any new players in the summer.
Watford, 10/1 to be relegated, have not beaten Spurs in 10 Premier League matches and that sorry record looks set to continue as Mauricio Pochettino’s team have developed the happy knack of not playing particularly well but still taking three points from games.
It may not be pretty but Spurs can edge to a narrow victory in Hertfordshire.
Cardiff City are living down to all the pre-season predictions that suggested they would finish bottom this term.
However, Neil Warnock’s side have if anything been even worse than anticipated as they have failed to score in their first three Premier League matches of the campaign and were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Norwich City, who are struggling in the Championship, on Tuesday.
The Bluebirds need to pick up points at home if they are to have any chance of avoiding an immediate return to the Championship but it looks set to be another disappointing day for the Welsh side this weekend as the Gunners are better in every area of the pitch.
Early results suggest Burnley’s exit from the Europa League in midweek may be a blessing in disguise for Sean Dyche’s men.
After only conceding 39 goals in the whole of last season, the Clarets have contrived to lose 3-1 at home to Watford and 4-2 at Fulham in the last few weeks.
Jose Mourinho’s antics at Manchester United have made most of the headlines recently but it has to be said that an expensively-assembled squad continues to massively under-achieve.
A fortunate victory against Leicester City and dreadful displays in the losses to Brighton and Tottenham show that time is running out for Mourinho at Old Trafford.
United can grind out a narrow victory at Turf Moor but it is unlikely to be pretty as the memory of Sir Alex Ferguson and his 13 Premier League titles fades.
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