There are no less than four Premier League games kicking off at 14:00 on Sunday and the clash at the Etihad Stadium between Manchester City and West Ham United, two teams in the title race, will garner much of the attention.
It is no surprise to see defending champions City in title contention and they head into the contest third in the table, just three points behind leaders Chelsea who play host to Manchester United at 16:30.
The Citizens are on a four-game winning streak across all competitions, having added Paris Saint-Germain to the recent scalps of Club Brugge, the Red Devils and Everton, but they are set to be tested by surprise package West Ham.
David Moyes (pictured) is doing a fantastic job with the Hammers and has guided them to fourth place in the standings, just three points behind City, while the London Stadium-based outfit also recently secured their place in the knockout stages of the Europa League.
West Ham have only suffered one defeat away from home this season across all competitions – a 1-0 loss at Wolves – and they can be backed at 9/1 to come away from the Etihad with all three points. The draw is priced at 5/1 and City are 2/7 to triumph.
Elsewhere at 14:00, Burnley welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Turf Moor and the Clarets, who are sitting in the relegation zone, will be feeling positive about taking something from this contest.
The Clarets are on a three-game unbeaten streak, having beaten Brentford before securing back-to-back draws against Chelsea and Crystal Palace, and they take on a Spurs side still reeling from the Europa Conference League defeat to Mura in midweek.
Over at the King Power Stadium, Leicester City will be looking to build from their Europa League win in midweek when they take on Watford, who arrive off the back of a 4-1 victory over Manchester United (Leicester 7/10, Draw 3/1, Watford 4/1 – Match Betting).
The fourth and final match taking place at 14:00 is Brentford’s home clash against Everton, who will be hoping to end a six-game winless run when they travel to the Community Stadium.
The Bees are also in the midst of a poor spell, having failed to win in their last five league matches, while their 2-0 success over Arsenal on the opening weekend is their only home PL victory to date.