We've got one match this week that stands out above the rest, and it comes to us on Monday afternoon, 2PM ET.
It's Arsenal vs. Man City - who takes it?
City are coming off a good win over Swansea City, though they left it to late to steal 3 points. It was an important win for them as they kept pace with those at the top of the table.
Midfielder David Silva is back from injury and is playing super football, showing again how valuable he is to this team. They just aren't the same team without him.
With his form plus that of Raheem Sterling and Kevin de Bruyne, City have maybe the league's most powerful midfield. Goalkeeper Joe Hart is in great form in net, too, and is saving some real stunning shots to keep City safe.
32 points from 16 matches puts City right toward the top, fighting neck and neck with other title contenders.
The often-criticized Olivier Giroud is in the form of his life for Arsenal at the moment, coming off a huge hat trick in the Champions League against Olympiacos to secure Arsenal's advance to the knockout stages. He scored again last week against lowly Aston Villa and is proving to everyone that he can be the main striker for a title-winning side.
Mesut Ozil is also incredibly impressive week in and week out and has a ridiculous 13 assists in the league this season.
Arsenal sit ahead of City by just one point, with 33 from 16 matches.
This is a very tough one to call.
With the match being played at the Emirates and Arsenal's form as strong as it is, I'm going to have to take the Gunners. I'll say 2-1 to Arsenal in a big win.