THE jury's still out on Man City under Pep Guardiola but Chelsea look the team to beat with Antonio Conte at the helm.
Pep started at a rate of knots with 10 wins in a row before the wheels came off against Celtic.
A 3-1 defeat of Barcelona showed their class but since then City have been ordinary with two 1-1 draws and two 2-1 defeats of Burnley and Crystal Palace.
Conte, meanwhile, changed to a 3-4-3 formation that's resulted in seven league wins a row – the first Chelsea boss to achieve that since Jose Mourinho in 2007.
I like Chelsea's chances at the Etihad today and they are a best 27-10 at McBookie but slightly put off by stats that show they've taken two points from 12 versus their title rivals who are unbeaten in 14 at home.
No.10s have netted 58 Premier League goals this season with Aguero (10) and Eden Hazard (7) responsible for one third of that total.
Hazard is 11-4 at 888sport to hit the target while his on-form team-mate Diego Costa is 9-5 with the same firm.
Today's other live game sees Arsenal visit West Ham and having rested almost an entire team and lost to Southampton in the EFL Cup in midweek Arsene Wenger needs a win to justify his selection. The Gunners are 4-5 at Betfred to get it.
Swansea beat Crystal Palace 5-4 last week but both defences were woeful. Spurs are out of the Champions League but boosted by Harry Kane signing a new deal.
They are pretty short at 4-11 to win so take Kane at 4-5 with bet365 with to celebrate his pay hike with a goal.
I tipped West Brom at Hull last week but missed chances cost them the victory. They've been decent at home though and are 6-5 at McBookie to beat Swansea.
The Championship is as usual tough to call – look at last week when even Newcastle let us down by losing at home to Blackburn.
Owen Coyle is going for three wins in a row for Rovers and while they look good at 7-4 with BetBright home to Huddersfield their is still a poisonous atmosphere at Ewood Park with fans wanting owner and manager out.
A better bet could be Burton at 4-5 with William Hill at home to a Rotherham side who have lost four on the bounce.
Derby have been one of the form sides since Steve McClaren returned and are 13-10 at bet365 to win at Wigan. Let's see what nathan has to say about that one.
Leeds v Aston Villa looks a draw as does Cardiff v Brighton and while Norwich boss Alex Neil needs a win he may have to settle for a point against Brentford. In fact the Bees might be worth chancing at 22-23 with 888sport to win or draw against a side on a five-match losing streak.
Reading were my Super Single last week and they every chance of making it five wins in a row against an inconsistent Fulham side at Craven Cottage.
Chelsea draw no bet
Kane to score
Brentford not to lose
Leeds v Aston Villa draw