Last week, I beat BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson by a solitary point with my predictions as I guessed the score of three matches correctly (those at Wigan, West Brom and QPR) and chose the correct result in four other games.
It was a good weekend for London teams and the top of the Premier League table is starting to look familiar, with Newcastle United the only surprise name in the top six.
This weekend starts and ends with two of the biggest derbies in the Premier League: the Merseyside match between Everton and Liverpool tomorrow lunchtime and the North London clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal late on Sunday afternoon.
Elsewhere, there will be tricky away fixtures for Chelsea and Manchester City, while Stoke City will have a chance to prove how far they have come under manager Tony Pulis and whether they have the consistency and quality to finish in a European qualifying place.
This week, my adversary is Vijay Murali, an accomplished writer with more than one million reads and a passionate Arsenal fan to boot. He will surely offer a different angle from me, an avid Spurs fan, on the North London derby.
Go to the next slide to start reading our preview of a weekend which could throw up more surprises, controversy and a hatful of goals.