DUNDEE UNITED players last week talked about the toxic atmosphere at Tannadice – can you imagine what it's like at the London Stadium?
West Ham's 3-0 defeat by Burnley last time out was marred by pitch invasions and fans protesting at owners for moving the club out of Upton Park.
The ground's got no soul and you can understand the support's frustration even if violence is never the answer.
There will be massive security in place today for the visit of Southampton but that won't improve the modd.
Boss Davie Moyes faces a massive to lift a side weakened by the absence of James Collins, Winston Reid, Sam Byram, Pedro Obiang and Andy Carroll while Manuel Lanzini is a doubt.
Southampton will climb above the Hammers with a victory and have the bounce factor of new boss Mark Hughes who started with a 2-0 FA Cup victory at Wigan.
Hughes is boosted by the return of Ryan Bertrand and Charlie Austin and Saints could be worth a look at 17-10 with bet365.
I'm being more cautious with Saints draw no bet at 5-6 with McBookie as this could hinge on which team scores first.
Interestingly Saints won 3-0 at the London Stadium last season but have since lost five of their last six trips to the capital.
Burnley's second-half goal blitz sparked the chaos last week and they head for a club in even bigger trouble.
West Brom are all but down after losing seven in a row and a best price of 21-10 on Burnley is attractive.
Sean Dyche's squad will be boosted by defender James Tarkowski making his England debut against Italy and again draw no bet is nicely priced at 11-10 with bet365.
Newcastle are beginning to creep away from the drop zone after one defeat in six – and that was at Anfield.
They welcome Huddersfield today and should make it three homes win on the spin even though a biggest price of 21-25 at Marathonbet is a little skinny. That's maybe because the Terriers only goals in five games were at West Brom.
So what about the other end of the table? There are always fears about backing sides who have been without most of their stars on international duty but Liverpool and Man United should win at Crystal Palace and home to Swansea respectively.
Palace have lost nine of 11 against big-six sides this season while Liverpool have won on their last three visits to Selhurst Park.
Salah netted four last time out against Watford and for Egypt in Portugal last weekend.
Man United are too short to back at 1-4 but Romelu Lukaku looks a decent shout to score at evens with bet365 – he has eight in 11 and tends to punish weaker opponents.
Man City are 16 points clear so don't need to worry about the title now – it's all about the Champions League for Pep Guardiola's men.
He could rest players after the internationals and will be without Sergio Aguero who missed both of Argentina's friendlies – although he'll have been happy to have taken no part in an embarrassing 6-1 defeat in Spain.
City to travel to Everton who after a 1-1 draw at the Etihad are aiming to be the only Premier League not to lose to the champions-elect this season.
Seeing teams is vital but Everton have been in better form with Cenk Tosun netting three in four and both to score at evens with Betfred rather than City to win at 4-11.
Both should also score at Brighton v Leicester at 19-20 with William Hill and consider Jamie Vardy to net at 39-20 with Winner after his fine finish for England against Italy.
- Southampton dnb
- Burnley dnb
- Liverpool & over 2.5 goals
- Salah to score first
- Everton v Man City btts
- Brighton v Leicester btts
- Vardy to score