LOVE him or hate him … you can't deny Jose Mourinho's been missed over the past year.
The Special One makes his Premier League return at lunchtime as Spurs head to West Ham desperately seeking three points.
Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking and Mourinho's appointment hours later were a surprise but it's good to have the ex-Chelsea and Man United boss back.
His press conference on Friday was great entertainment and the box-office boss will be determined to restore the Londoners to the top six as soon as possible.
Poch probably set the bar too high with last season's run to the Champions League Final but this season it's been a real struggle.
Spurs are much better than their league position of 14th suggests and should beat a Hammers side who have taken one point out of 15.
Harry Kane was on target in both England games last week and will be the man Mourinho looks to for goals.
Reports suggested Spurs' No.1 choice was Brendan Rodgers but it was made clear they had no chance of getting a manager who has guided Leicester to second after four league wins in a row.
Liverpool remain unbeaten and are 2-5 to make it a sixth win in a row against Crystal Palace.
Jurgen Klopp's men stretched their lead over Man City to eight points with victory at Anfield and are worth taking on accas against a side with one point in 12.
City could be 12 points off the top by the time they host Chelsea in the evening kick-off.
Pep Guardiola knows they can't drop more points and will need to be at their best against a Blues side on a run of six Premier League wins.
City won this 6-0 last season and while it will be a contest this time there should be plenty of goals. I like Man City and over 2.5 goals at 20-23 with Coral and Man City and both to score at 29-10 with Ladbrokes.
Arsenal are unbeaten at home and should continue that record by seeing off struggling Southampton.
The Gunners are no bigger than 1-2 but a home win and both to score could be the way to go at 7-4 with Betfred as the Saints have netted in every away game since the opening day.
Everton look another good bet against a Norwich side with just one point from 18 on the road. The Toffees are 1-2 at McBookie.
In the Championship best bets could be Stoke at home to Wigan at 9-10 with Marathonbet. Michael O'Neill had an immediate effect last week and should push his new team well up the table.
Brentford at home to Reading and Swansea at home to Millwall are others I like.
In League One take Oxford at Southend and in League Two I'm on high-scoring Northampton at home Grimsby.
- Spurs -1
- Kane to score first
- Vardy to score
- Arsenal & Btts