It’s a Saturday evening showdown in the capital as Manchester United feel the English Premier League squeeze this weekend.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is clinging on to his job following last Sunday’s derby humiliation at Old Trafford.
And the Red Devils must now head to north London to play a Tottenham side that sits a point and a place above them in the EPL table.
Liverpool were the 5-0 victors of that eye-catching rival clash, with Jurgen Klopp’s in-form Reds in with a shout of going top of the table if they can seal another three points at Anfield against Brighton earlier in the day.
League leaders Chelsea are in action at the same time, as Thomas Tuchel takes his Blues to Newcastle, who are still to taste victory under Saudi Arabian ownership.
Manchester City are also in Saturday afternoon action, with Crystal Palace the Etihad Stadium opponents as Pep Guardiola’s side attempt to keep the heat on at the Premier League summit.
There’s plenty of intrigue in the lunchtime kick off, too, as two improving sides go head-to-head.
Arsenal and Leicester are locked on 14 points and both on impressive unbeaten runs ahead of their meeting at the King Power Stadium.
Claudio Ranieri’s Watford set out to build on their five star performance of last weekend at Vicarage Road when they play struggling Southampton.
Burnley and Brentford meet at Turf Moor, meanwhile, with the Clarets needing three home points just to stand a chance of coming up for air above the relegation zone.
There’s plenty more claret and blue on Sunday, as West Ham put their top six form to the test when they visit Aston Villa.
Norwich and Leeds have only survival on their minds, however, when the pair meet at Carrow Road with the hosts yet to win this campaign.
Wolves and Everton come into their Monday night fixture in contrasting form, as the Black Country club aim to extend their four-match unbeaten sequence and crack the top half of the EPL table.
English Premier League predictions for 30 October – 1 November
Prediction methodology explained: The expected win percentage is based off publicly available odds. For example, if a team?s odds are 2.30, the expected chance of winning is 43%. If the odds are 1.62 the expected chance of winning is 62% and so on. These are accurate at the time of writing but are subject to change. Where there is no value listed, the odds were not available at the time of writing.