THERE are just three Premier League games on Saturday and it's difficult not to focus on Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp's men are no longer favourites for the title but continue to get the job done without skipper Virgil van Dijk.
The champions have won three out of three in van Dijk's absence and conceded just once but the victories over Sheffield United, Ajax and Midjtylland have been ugly and nervy.
To make matters worse van Dijk's replacement Fabinho limped off against the Danes so will also have to be replaced when West Ham visit Anfield.
That's good news for Hammers boss David Moyes who might approach the game with confidence if he didn't check the stats.
Former Everton and Man United boss Moyes has lost to the Reds 16 times in a row and the Hammers have one win at Anfield 57 years.
On top of that Liverpool are unbeaten in 62 league games at home so reports of their demise is probably premature.
Best bet could be Liverpool and both to score against an improving side with two defeats in 10 and back-to-back score draws against Spurs and Man City.
That pays 6-4 at Betfred but Hammers' star man Michail Antonio has been ruled out and that's a blow.
For a first scorer don't look any further than Mo Salah at 3-1 with Betfred. He is on a one-man mission to make van Dijk's injury irrelevant.
First game today sees Man City head to Sheffield United in better spirits after the midweek rout of Marseille.
Pep Guardiola has made his worst start at the Etihad with just eight points and again has injury fears.
But Kevin de Bruyne is back and Riyad Mahrez and Raheem Sterling can provide the goal threat against the low-scoring Blades.
City are just 2-7 but a better bet could be City to win to nil at 5-4 with McBookie.
The other match today features Burnley v Chelsea with the Blues having won five out if six at Turf Moor.
Frank Lampard's men still look a word in progress but will be buoyed by the midweek win at Krasnodar and should pick up the points although 1-2 is short.