Gameweek 7 of the Premier League season takes centre stage this weekend and the 12:30 kick-off sees Premier League new boys Huddersfield Town take on Tottenham Hotspur in the early kick-off on Saturday in what should prove to be a cracking encounter.
Our man Danny Archer, fresh from nailing winners in the Premier League, Champions League and Europa League in midweek is on the hunt for more winners this weekend and here is his analysis of the game...
Huddersfield Town vs Tottenham Hotspur
Huddersfield Town - 15/2
Tottenham - 21/50
Draw - 19/5
Huddersfield Town - David Wagner's Huddersfield side will be hoping to make the John Smith's Stadium a tough place for teams to come this year and they play Tottenham for the first time since March 1972, where the two sides drew 1-1. The Terriers have taken five points from a possible nine at home this season and have conceded just one goal. However, Wagner's side have struggled in their last four Premier League, taking 3 points from a possible 12 but they still reside in ninth place in the Premier League table and were unlucky not to beat Burnley at Turf Moor in Gameweek 6.
They will be without striker and summer signing Steve Mounie, who scored a hat-trick in Huddersfield's win at Crystal Palace earlier this season and that could blunt their goal threat. Playmaker Aaron Mooy, who joined the club permanently in an £8 million deal from Manchester City in the summer is a massive talent, as are Tom Ince and the mercurial Morgan Van La Parra and they will prove a threat to Tottenham.
Tottenham Hotpsur - However, this will be no easy test for the home side who face a Tottenham team who last weekend equalled a club record of five successive Premier League away match wins, and who have scored 21 goals in that five-match period. Spurs are struggling to make Wembley a fortress in the League, epitomised by a 1-1 draw with Burnley and 0-0 with Swansea, games they have to be taking three points in if they are to challenge for the title, but away from home, Mauricio Pochettino's side have been a force to be reckoned with. Despite being reduced to 10 men at West Ham last week, Pochettino's team showed great tenacity to hold a spirited West Ham fightback to win 3-2 and move up to fourth in the Premier League table.
Star striker Harry Kane will lead the line and he is in scintillating form at the moment, having scored 11 goals in five Premier League away matches, whilst he also grabbed a hat-trick away to Apoel Nicosia in the Champions League in midweek. Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli and Jan Vertonghen, who all missed the trip to Cyprus return but Mousa Dembele, the suspended Serge Aurier, Victor Wanyama, Erik Lamela and Danny Rose all miss out. Spurs' title hopes will be boosted by their excellent away form and another victory at the John Smith's Stadium is needed to maintain the pace with Chelsea and the two Manchester sides.
Verdict - I think it's tough to look past Spurs here. The North London outfit are in reat form on the road and they are worthy favourites.
Archer's Selections -
Both Teams To Score No - 3/4 Unibet
Tottenham/Tottenham (Half Time/Full Time) - Evs
Tottenham to win - 21/50
Harry Kane First Goalscorer - 39/20
Harry Kane Score Anytime - 11/20