Liverpool: It's been quite the strong start for the Reds, even without injured star goalkeeper Alisson. The team is clicking in attack and looks like the early favorite to win the Premier League title, right there with Manchester City. This is a match the Reds expect to win, but going to Turf Moor can at times be a tricky trap game where they'll hope they avoid dropping points. As long as they play quickly on the counter, they shouldn't have much trouble. A 3:0 win in favor of LIVERPOOL
Burnley are a strange one. This is the kind of fixture two years ago you would look at and think would be tricky for Liverpool but you look at them now and it is very different.
Arsenal were naive last week against Liverpool in the way they let the full-backs get forward. Sean Dyche won't make that mistake. Burnley have made a good start and don't have the Europa League this season. After losing to Sunderland in the League Cup, Dyche will be looking for a reaction.
I said at the start of the season Teemu Pukki would do well to get 10 goals but he is on five already!
My great worry about Norwich is defensively, they have conceded eight goals. You get so heavily punished in this league. They will rely on winning enough games and generally those wins come at home. They had chances at Anfield but you just worry about them away from home. If you are not right on it, you get punished.
It was a great win for Newcastle at Tottenham and what I would say to Newcastle fans is just support the team. Steve Bruce got a great result at Spurs, get behind him. I have really liked what I have seen of Joelinton and Miguel Almiron. If they get the service they look like they can score goals.
For Watford, it is played three, lost three. I don't think they will win this one but I don't think they will be bottom of the table for too long.
Leicester have had a good start to the season. They could, and should, have won against Chelsea. I really like James Maddison - he sees everything around him, he has great vision. He just needs to keep chipping away with goals.
Bournemouth are one of those strange teams. They drew at home to Sheffield United but then won away at Aston Villa. They are sat on four points and that is about what you expect from Bournemouth.
Last weekend's win at Manchester United was an excellent result for Crystal Palace, but then they failed to score against Colchester in the League Cup. But the thing with Roy Hodgson's teams is that if they are not scoring they are still good defensively.
Aston Villa beat Everton last Friday but if I were to do a maths report on their season so far it would be six out of 10. There is room for improvement.
I loved Chris Wilder's post-match news conference last weekend. He has been like that with his players all the time and I think it is great. As he says, if you don't work hard what is the point?
Chelsea got a good win at Norwich. Tammy Abraham got two goals and that will do him well. I think this is by far Sheffield United's most interesting game in terms of seeing how they set up against one of the big six.