Following the mid-week European action, the focus shifts quickly back to the Premier League as things are beginning to heat up.
Saturday promises to be a pulsating day of Premier League action as Burnley host Manchester City, Sunderland trek westwards to Anfield, while a London derby between Chelsea and Spurs serves up the entertainment that evening.
We've assembled a list of five appealing Premier League bets this weekend which will (hopefully) have your wallet bulging before subsequently spending in it all again in the lead up to Christmas.
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Liverpool To Score First & Sunderland To Score Last @5/1
The first of our Premier League bets this weekend features David Moyes' seemingly rejuvenated Sunderland. It may seem far-fetched for anyone to consider the Wearsiders scoring at Anfield but they are playing with purpose in the past couple of weeks. Seven of Sunderland's Premier League goals this season have arrived in the last 20 minutes of the game.
Jurgen Klopp has reinvigorated Liverpool. Once again, there is a belief on Merseyside that they have the credentials to win the league. The majority of supporters will highlight their prolific goalscoring record this season but the defence remains prone to error, conceding 14 goals in only 12 games (which is the joint worst in the top seven).
It is unlikely David Moyes will return from Anfield with all three points but with an-form Jermain Defoe, Sunderland always remain likely to score.
Diego Costa First Goalscorer and Chelsea To Win 2-0 @22/1
In the past six seasons, Chelsea have not lost to Tottenham at Stamford Bridge and that is unlikely to change this weekend. In typical Italian fashion, Antonio Conte's meticulousness has created a rock solid defence. All while regaining the form of Eden Hazard and Diego Costa which will be crucial to Chelsea in their attempt to be crowned champions of England for the sixth time.
Spurs return to London following a disappointing night in the Champions League. Already criticised as a team lacking depth, it will be of no benefit to Pochettino's men playing a well rested Chelsea team. Therefore, it is very appealing to put money on Diego Costa to extend his goalscoring streak to four games and Chelsea to convincingly win 2-0.
At 22/1, this is most definitely one of the more appealing Premier League bets.
0-1 Goals To Be Scored In The Manchester United vs West Ham Game @3/1
It's no secret that neither of these teams create much goalmouth action. Outstandingly, Liverpool have as many goals (30) as both Manchester United and West Ham combined. In recent times, their respective attackers have done little to change that statistic as they collectively only had the opportunity to celebrate the ball hitting the back of the opponents net on seven occasions in the past month.
Similarly to Spurs, Manchester United will feel like they're only off the hallowed turf of Old Trafford after playing their crucial Europa League game on Thursday. Heavy legged and somewhat downtrodden by recent domestic results, there is little indication that their strikers will find much luck in front of goal on Sunday afternoon.
Sergio Aguero To Score A Hat-Trick vs Burnley @9/1
Sergio Aguero is long overdue a Premier League hat-trick having not bagged one since April this year - which for his standards is quite some time. Unbeaten in five games in all competitions, Manchester City will face Burnley as heavy 3/10 favourites. When Pep Guardiola's team click, the goals tend to flow.
On the contrary, Sean Dyche's team are currently 12th in the league, albeit only two points from relegation. Burnley will travel to the Ethiad with every intention of leaving with a point but they are liable to a drubbing as last weekend's 4-0 defeat away to West Brom highlights.
As Premier League bets go, an Aguero hat-trick may seem unlikely but when the Argentine is in form, few should back against him.
Draw/Everton Win vs Southampton @13/2
Everton are yet another side who not burdened with European football this season. Approaching the winter fixture congestion, it can only be to their benefit. The Toffees have struggled to regain their early season form, yet they still remain a team very capable of a positive performance.
Southampton, however, are somewhat out of sorts since Koeman traded the south-coast for Merseyside. The Saints have failed to win consecutive Premier League games in over two months. They are a side in transition but their game against Sparta Prague into Europe would have done little to benefit the team. Ultimately, you can expect Southampton to hold out until the second half before fatigue kicks in and Everton capitalise upon the opportunity.