We've looked at some of the headline games in other posts but there's still plenty of potential value elsewhere in the Premier League this weekend.
Bournemouth vs Hull is another of those vital games which doesn't seem like much right now but could turn out to have been absolutely crucial come the end of the season. Both sides are currently in the bottom half, and at this early stage it's still unclear who will manage to pull away to the midtable and who will be mired in the relegation battle come the season's end.
Bournemouth look to be on the best run of form, but manager Eddie Howe has said that a number of player returned from international duty with "serious" injuries. Hull manager Mike Phelan has only recently been confirmed in the job, but winning manager of the month for August while still a caretaker showed what he is capable of. We think Hull might edge this, and the best place to back them is at BetFred, at a very decent 4/1.
Stoke City vs Sunderland is a bottom of the table clash which might also be vital at the end of the year. Sunderland have been league strugglers for a while, but the presence of Stoke propping up the table for so much of the year already has come as a big surprise. Over the last few years the Potters, under the guidance of Mark Hughes, have improved to become a solid upper mid table team, and we can't see them lingering at the bottom for much longer.
The best place to back Stoke to win is at Ladbrokes, who are offering Evens.
Finally, if you want to back a longer odds potential upset you could do worse than look at West Bromwich Albion, who host Spurs this weekend. Spurs are the last unbeaten side in the Premier League after their victory over Man City last time out, but readjusting their game to cope with a very different style of football is a tricky task and the Baggies are on a rare run of form which has included scoring four goals at home for the first time in two years.
Spurs are still the likeliest winners, but if you fancy an upset you can back the Baggies at a tempting 9/2 over at 888Sport.