Every week I’ll be casting my eye over this competition to try and steer you in the right direction on the puzzle that is Sky’s Super 6.
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Chelsea v Leicester
The Blues dispatched Burnley last week with consummate ease and Leicester, another newly promoted team, should prove little difficulty for them, especially in Jose Mourinho’s Stamford Bridge stronghold.
Crystal Palace v West Ham
With all the furore surrounding the vacant managerial position at Selhurst Park, I expect caretaker Palace boss Keith Millen to dig in and produce another solid defensive display like we saw at Arsenal last week.
Southampton v West Brom
I thought Saints were unlucky not to come away from Anfield with a point, Daniel Sturridge being the main difference on the day, so I’m quietly confident about our chances of toppling West Brom.
Swansea v Burnley
The Swans upset what was supposed to be a straightforward victory for Louis van Gaal in his first league game in charge of Man United. Garry Monk seems to have come on leaps and bounds as a manager while Burnley don’t yet look ready for the division.
Derby v Fulham
Fulham have endured a nightmare start to life in the Championship, losing all three possible games. Though Derby suffered their first defeat of the season on Tuesday, they look very strong under Steve McClaren.
Wolverhampton v Cardiff
Wolves, a side that have conceded just once in the league so far, come against Cardiff, currently second in the table on goals scored. Both teams are difficult to roll over and I can see them cancelling each other out.