THE Premiership returns this weekend after the first international break of the season.
Hearts put their 100 per cent record on the line at Fir Park against Motherwell.
The Jam Tarts are 6-4 with BetVictor to take the points with Well 15-8 and the draw 23-10.
Well are unbeaten in their last three and I feel the Edinburgh outfit will have to settle for a point.
The Premier League returns with the mouth-watering clash between Spurs and Liverpool first up at Wembley in the 12.30 kick-off.
Spurs have only won one of their last 11 PL games against the Reds, although that was a stunning 4-1 victory in the corresponding fixture
12 months ago.
Liverpool are 6-4 at BetVictor to maintain their 100 per cent start to the season with Spurs 7-4 and the draw 13-5.
This is a big test for both clubs. Liverpool were fortunate to pick up all three points at the King Power last time while Spurs lost the lead and the points at Watford.
It is a fixture that usually produces goals with 149 scored between the sides in their PL meetings, second only to Arsenal v Everton (151).
Jurgen Klopp has never triumphed at Spurs (2D 1L) but the Reds will become only the third Liverpool side to win their first five league games of the season (1909-91 and 1978-79) in top-flight football if they take the points.
Mo Salah scored all three goals for the Reds against Mauricio Pochettino’s side last term and the Egyptian is 18-5 to open the scoring and 11-10 to score.
I expect to see Klopp give Fabinho some time at Wembley and the Brazilian will have a big role to play for the Reds in the coming months. A £43m summer signing from Monaco, the defensive midfielder will be like another new buy for the club when he makes his competitive debut and will be hard to dislodge when he is given his opportunity.
Harry Kane is 10-3 with BetVictor to regain the PL top scorer accolade this term with Sergio Aguero 7-2 and Salah 5-1.
In the late kick-off Watford put their perfect PL record on the line against Manchester United with the Hornets 33-10 to maintain their 100 per cent start to the season with United a shade of odds on at 20-21 and the draw 5-2.
Watford are 10-3 favourites at BetVictor in our market without the big six with Everton 7-2, Leicester 4-1, Wolves 5-1 and 11-1 bar. They certainly won’t be as big as 10-3 tomorrow if they beat Jose Mourinho’s side but I fancy the Red Devils to build on their recent win at Turf Moor.
The Hornets have lost 12 of their last 13 league games against United but since Javi Gracia took over at Vicarage Road back in February Watford have won more home PL points (23) than any other club. It promises to be tight, tense and possibly tetchy but this could be a pivotal game for both clubs.
Romelu Lukaku – 19 goals in 38 PL games for United – has been in cracking form for club and country of late and the recommendation is for the Belgian striker to score and United to win at 11-5 with BetVictor.