Round 3 is kicking off at White Hart Lane when Spurs play host Liverpool. The Reds are coming off a shameful defeat at the hands of Burnley which came after a good start of the season when they won at Arsenal 4-3. Can, Origi, Philippe Coutinho, Ojo, Sakho, Lucas Leiva, Gomez and Karius are all ruled out for Liverpool while Tottenham will have to do without Dembélé and Lloris.
Chelsea will be interested to continue their good run following two wins in a row in the first two rounds of the season, which is very important taking into account the mess they've been through last season. But Burnley will not give it up easily especially after their impressive win over Liverpool last round.
Crystal Palace and Bournemouth both have the chance to pick up their first points of the season. Both are 100% in red for now and this one is going to be a close and very disputed match.
Everton are still unbeaten in this new season and they have the chance to win more points when they play host struggling Stoke, who were quite lucky to grab a point at Middlesbrough on the opening day and had no chance last round with City.
Leicester don't play bad but they don't seem to get the same results as last season. With just one point out of two games they don't look close enough to that Leicester that was winning the EPL last season. But things could change when they play Swansea, who surprisingly lost at home last round with Hull. Hard one to make a prediction but other Premier League predictions sites suggest 2-0 for Ranieri and his men.
If Sunderland doesn't has much hopes as far as a top position at the end of the season is concerned, not the same is for Southampton who are in a desperate need of points. They failed to beat underdog Watford and lost 0-2 at Old Trafford the day after. Is this the day when they finally grab a win?
Arsenal didn't necessarily play bad in the first two rounds but they have a lot of missing players and this was also a reason why they failed to deliver so far. But playing a stubborn Watford away from home is never easy and this one is going to be tight.
Manchester United look well this season with Mourinho in charge and new signings Pogba & Ibra playing well, but this time they will play a Hull side who also have 100% winning rate this season after their impressive victories with Leicester and Swansea.
On Sunday we have West Brom playing Middlesbrough which really looks feels like a goal fest and it's Manchester City West Ham the closing match of week 3. City have got two wins out of two in the EPL and are also doing well in the Champions League, but West Ham always tends to be a nut hard to crack when everyone doesn't expect.