THERE were a record 44 goals in last week's 10 Premier League games so full credit to the clubs for entertainment value.
Football without supporters isn't the same but at least armchair fans are enjoying the shows with all games on TV.
On Saturday we have another four matches all kicking off at different times and Brighton v Man United looks the pick of the bunch.
Brighton were superb in beating Newcastle 3-0 and look to have a found star in wing-back Tariq Lamptey signed from Chelsea.
United suffered a shock defeat at Crystal Palace and boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted his side's fitness levels weren't up to scratch.
If Brighton get close to the display that blew away Newcastle they could cause another surprise.
Both teams to score will be a popular pick bet this weekend and that pays 4-5 at Betfred.
Everything that could have gone wrong for Chelsea against Liverpool did. They had a man sent off, missed a penalty and gifted the champions their second goal in a 2-0 defeat after a blunder by Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Boss Frank Lampard responded by signing keeper Edouard Mendy from Rennes to put pressure on his £71million No.1.
He'll be hoping for fewer mistakes at West Brom and the Blues should win this but are short at 2-5 with bet365.
Timo Werner saw fellow German new boy Kai Havertz hit a League Cup hat-trick in midweek and Werner will be keen to get off the mark. He is 3-1 with bet365 to score first.
Something has to give when 100 per centers Crystal Palace and Everton meet. If Wilfried Zaha shines again the home me could win but Everton have started impressively and are unbeaten in 11 against their rivals.
The last three meetings at Selhurst Park have finished all square and I can see another draw at 23-10 with McBookie.
On Sunday all eyes will be on Spurs' hotshots Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son who will soon be joined in the line-up against Newcastle by Gareth Bale.
Son netted four at Southampton – all set up by Kane -and is 6-4 at bet365 to net again with the England striker 5-6.
Add Spurs to Chelsea and make it a Top Treble by taking Wolves at 6-5 to win at West Ham.
Hammers boss David Moyes, already under pressure after opening with two defeats, is now isolating after testing positive so Alan Irvine will take charge.
Wolves have lost Diogo Jota but signed well with Semedo from Barcelona the latest new arrival at £27m.
I'm backing them at 6-5 with BetVictor to make it five Premier League wins in a row against the Hammers.
Leeds' two openers have totalled 14 goals – 4-3 win and 4-3 loss – so while I expect them to beat Sheffield Utd goals have to be on the agenda.
Back both to score and make it a double with Monday night's big game between Liverpool and Arsenal.
- Brighton draw no bet (12.30pm)
- (13-5, BetVictor)
- Chelsea (5.30pm)
- Spurs (2pm, Sun)
- Wolves(7pm, Sun)
- (33-10, Unibet)
Both to Score Double
- Sheffield Utd v Leeds (Noon, Sun)
- Liverpool v Arsenal (8pm, Mon)
- (21-10, Betway)