LEEDS have been a breath of fresh air in the Premier League and can test Man City's under-fire on Saturday tonight.
Marcelo Bielsa's side were tipped to finish top 10 before a ball was kicked and they're living up to their reputation.
Patrick Bamford is leading the line superbly with three goals in three while Kalvin Phillips pulls the strings in midfield.
They impressed in an opening 4-3 defeat at Liverpool then showed attacking intent in seeing off Fulham 4-3.
Last week's 1-0 win at Sheffield United showed their steel and Leeds can make City work today although bookies rate them 15-2 shots.
Both have scored in City's last five games so that should be the bet to start with at 3-5 with William Hill.
Pep Guardiola conceded five as a boss for the time last week as Leicester hit the top and the manager reacted by splashing out £62million for Benfica centre-half Ruben Dias.
He arrives in England with a glowing reputation but could take time to settle and I'm backing Bamford to score at 3-1 with Betfred.
Leeds passed a big test against Liverpool but remember they conceded four and City will be targeting a defence that's often left exposed.
City are too short form me at 4-11 with McBookie but I like Raheem Sterling to score at evens with Betfred.
With Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus sidelined more chances will fall to Sterling who netted a double in the EFL Cup win at Burnley in midweek.
Saturday's early game sees Chelsea tackle Crystal Palace and again there could be goals.
Frank Lampard's men conceded three in the first half at West Brom last week before fighting back to draw 3-3.
Palace netted three in a win at Old Trafford and pushed Everton all the way in a controversial 2-2 defeat.
Chelsea's opening three matches have totalled 12 goals and while the Blues are hot favourites I'd rather back over 2.5 match goals at 13-20 with BetVictor.
The only 3pm kick-off between Everton and Brighton could be a cracker.
Everton have maximum points and Dominic Calvert-Lewin took his tally for the season to eight with a hat-trick against West Ham in the EFL Cup.
Brighton have lost to Chelsea and Man United but deserved more from both games and are playing some lovely stuff.
They set a Premier League record by hitting the woodwork five times in last week's 3-2 defeat against Man United whose penalty winner came with the last kick.
England call-up Calvert-Lewin has been flying this season and is 13-10 with BetVictor to strike again and impress national boss Gareth Southgate even more.
Sunday's best bets look to be a revived Arsenal against a Sheffield United side who lost all three games and six in a row in the Premier League in total.
The Blades haven't even scored and the Gunners are worth a look to win to nil at 13-10 with McBookie.
A straight Arsenal success pays just 4-7 at McBookie and they'll be on loads of accas.
Leicester top the table on goal difference after three wins and should make it four against West Ham.
Jamie Vardy netted a hat-trick against Man City and looks in red-hot form.
The late game tomorrow sees a revitalised Aston Villa take on Liverpool and this should be entertaining.
Jurgen Klopp's men have a 100 per record despite the likes of Virgi van Dijk and Andy Robertson making uncharacteristic mistakes.
Villa, boosted by Jack Grealish's decision to stay and some good buys, look much stronger than last season and can give the Reds a decent game.
Everything points to an away win but again I'm for goals with over 2.5 paying 1-2 at Ladbrokes.
- Leeds v Man City btts (5.30pm)
- Chelsea vs C Palace over 2.5 (12.30pm)
- Everton vs Brighton btts (3pm)
- (18-5, William Hill)
- Arsenal (12 noon, Sun)
- Leicester to score 2+ (2pm, Sun)
- Aston Villa vs Liverpool over 2.5 goals (7.15pm, Sun)