The final round of fixtures from Saturday sees another London derby with Watford hosting Arsenal at Vicarage Road. In the Saturday evening fixture, Hull City and Manchester United are looking to maintain their 100% starts at the KC Stadium.
Watford vs Arsenal – Saturday 27th August 2016 – 15:00
Watford welcome Arsenal to Vicarage Road this Saturday, with new manager Walter Mazzarri looking for his first win as Hornets manager.
The Italian will be happy with his side's start to the season, despite losing their last match against Chelsea.
Their 2-1 defeat against Chelsea last Saturday was a huge disappointment, with two goals in the last seven minutes undoing 80 minutes worth of excellent defending.
Chelsea dominated possession and capitalised on it, with 4 shots on target from 13 shots overall from 62.4% of the ball.
Watford took the lead with an excellent goal from Etienne Capoue, who scored his second goal of the season in the 55th minute.
This looked to be the winner up until goals from new signing Michy Batshuayi (80) and Diego Costa (87), dashed the Hornets hopes.
Good Start For The Toffees
They began the season with a tough match against Southampton, in a 1-1 draw away at St.Mary's.
It was another match that saw Etienne Capoue give Mazzarri's men the lead, it was also another match that saw them concede the lead and the points.
This is a match that sees Watford entertain yet another London rival in the space of a week, with Arsenal the visitors on this occasion.
Arsenal have enjoyed a similar start to the season, with a defeat and a draw in their opening two matches.
Watford boss Mazzarri will be looking to make it third time lucky, both against Arsenal and in this Premier League campaign.
The Hornets will be looking to continue their even overall record against Arsenal. In 19 matches they have won 9, drawn 1 and lost 9.
Watford are the underdogs at 4/1 with Troy Deeney the favourite to open the scoring at 5/1.
Arsenal come into this match on the back of a 0-0 draw, to go with their opening day defeat against Liverpool at the Emirates.
Arsene Wenger and his men put in an excellent away performance against Champions Leicester, with the Gunners failing to make use of their high possession.
A goalless draw was a reasonable result after the chaos of the first match, with the makeshift centre-back partnership of Holding and Chambers holding firm.
They were able to reduce Leicester to just one shot on target from an overall eight, although the Gunners were unable to find the back of the net themselves.
Arsene Wenger's side had 13 shots with four of those on target, with the Frenchman now desperately needing a result in this fixture.
Arsenal have announced that two potential signings have arrived in London, in the form of Shokdran Mustafi and Lucas Perez for their medicals.
Given their recent troubles in defence and offensively, these two signings will be welcome additions to Arsenal's squad.
Arsenal make the short trip to Vicarage Road to face Watford, with the Hornets posting an identical record to Arsenal, with just one point from their opening two games.
Arsenal have won their last seven matches against Watford, with Wenger's men looking to make it victory number eight on Saturday.
Arsenal are the favourites at 7/10 with Olivier Giroud to open the scoring at 7/2.
Hull vs Manchester United – Saturday 27th August 2016 – 17:30 - BT Sport 1
Hull welcome Manchester United to KC Stadium on Saturday evening, with new manager Mike Phelan looking to make it three successive wins as Hull manager.
Mike Phelan will be delighted with his side's start to the season, winning their two opening matches against Leicester and Swansea.
Their opening 2-1 win against Leicester in the opening fixture of the Premier League was an excellent result.
Goals from Adama Diomande and Robert Snodgrass cancelled out Riyad Mahrez 47th minute penalty, to ensure the newly promoted side provided the biggest shock of the weekend.
They followed that up with another excellent win away from home, with Swansea the victims last weekend.
Two late goals from Shaun Maloney and Abel Hernandez ensured that Hull gained another three points, with six points from two games.
Reinforcements Needed For Tigers
Hull City have only 14 players registered in their squad for this Premier League campaign, they will need more reinforcements.
They have enjoyed an excellent start to the season under the circumstances, with the two wins testament to the spirit at Hull.
The Tigers have been linked with Sion striker Moussa Konate, they have also entered the race for Ryan Mason who has been deemed surplus to requirements at Spurs.
Hull find themselves third in the Premier League, behind both Manchester Clubs only on goal difference.
Tigers boss Mike Phelan will be looking to make it three wins from three games, in the process putting one over on old club Manchester United.
Hull City will be looking to make history with a first win in the Premier League against Manchester United, with 8 defeats and 1 draw in 9 fixtures.
Hull are the underdogs at 7/1 with Abel Hernandez the favourite to open the scoring at 9/1.
Manchester United come into this match on the back of an excellent 2-0 win at home against Southampton, in Jose Mourinho's first home game as United's manager.
Jose Mourinho and his men put in an excellent away performance against Claude Puel's side, with another goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic in his second match.
After a pinpoint cross from Wayne Rooney, the swede was the one to rise furthest, heading past Fraser Forster to make it 1-0 to Jose Mourinho's United.
Zlatan doubled that advantage from the penalty spot in the second half, with Jordie Classie's clumsy challenge on Luke Shaw in the box leaving the ref with no choice.
It was a comprehensive win at home, that could have seen United walk away with a few more goals, with Pogba wasting a golden chance to give Zlatan a memorable first home hat trick.
Along with the opening 3-1 win away against Bournemouth United look like title challengers once again.
With two wins from two matches, Mourinho does look to be the man capable of bringing the first Premier League title of the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era.
They face a tough task against a Hull side that has shown incredible resilience, with two wins from their opening two matches against Leicester and Swansea.
Manchester United have never lost to Hull in the Premier League, that is a record that Mourinho will want to remain intact.
Manchester United are the favourites at 4/9 with Zlatan Ibrahimovic the favourite to score first at 3/1.
Sanchez to score first @ 4/1 and a 2-2 draw @ 14/1
Rooney to score first @ 5/1 and United to win 3-1 @ 12/1