Chelsea 3-1 Leicester
Antonio Conte’s men desperately need a win to stay in the title race even at this early stage.
Leicester have struggled to find their title-winning form of last season, partly because teams seem to have sussed them out.
I don’t see anything but a Chelsea win in the early kick-off tomorrow.
Arsenal 2-1 Swansea
Arsene Wenger’s side have won five in a row and Swansea have lost five of their last six, so it’s difficult to look past Arsenal tomorrow.
Swansea have a new manager in Bob Bradley and have a great record at the Emirates, having not lost since 2011, winning three of their last four there.
The Swans always score when they travel to N5 and they will give the 60,000 Gunners a nervous afternoon but the home side will just edge it.