IT'S six months since Brendan Rodgers quit Celtic to join Leicester – but I wonder where he'd rather be this weekend.
Will he prefer the polite applause as Bournemouth visit the King Power or would he love be back among the mayhem at Ibrox?
A perfect weekend for Rodgers would be wins for the Foxes and Hoops and the former seems likely.
He's been tasked with taking Leicester into the top six and is making a good fist of it after an impressive start to the season. Leicester have been playing some terrific stuff and sit fourth.
They are 4-5 at Marathonbet to beat a Bournemouth side who look stuck in neutral and have possibly peaked under Eddie Howe. Make it evens with Leicester and over 1.5 match goals.
Jamie Vardy was on target in last weekend's win at Sheffield United and I'm backing him to score first at 3-1 with bet365.
First up at lunchtime it's Southampton v Man United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men can get back on track after two costly penalty misses. Saints look a little lacklustre and even at this stage it looks a match the Reds must win.
The evening game should see leaders Liverpool, the only side with a 100 per cent record, tested at Burnley.
Jurgen Klopp's men put on their best show of the season to dismiss Arsenal last week but are a little short at 4-11 with Coral.
The European champions have conceded in all five games this season and on their last two visits to Turf Moor so try Liverpool and both to score at 2-1 with Betfred.
Man City are banker material at home to Brighton and that's reflected in a best price of 1-10. The champs have netted 10 goals in three games so consider City to net 3+ is just 1-2 so finding value on this one is almost impossible.
Chelsea are also short at 4-11 at home to Sheffield United but it's one for accumulators.
The EPL new boys have started well and are looking dangerous so take both to score at Crystal Palace v Aston Villa and West Ham v Norwich.
Teemu Pukki maintained his remarkable start to the season with a goal in the defeat to Chelsea and the ex-Celt is 11-8 at Paddy Power to score again.
In the Championship the big game is first v second, Leeds v Swansea, and while it's difficult to pick a winner the Swans look massive at 5-1 so consider Swansea draw no bet at 7-5 with Marathonbet.
Luton look good at 23-20 with Betfred to hand Huddersfield a fifth successive defeat.
- Leicester & over 1.5 goals
- Vardy to score first
- Man United & over 2.5 goals
- Liverpool & Btts
- Pukki to score
- Swansea draw no bet