Tottenham are not surprisingly long odds-on at 1.44 with Betfred to brush aside Aston Villa, and everything suggests a comfortable success is on the cards.
The Lilywhites have lost none of their last seven Premier League games against the Villans (W4 D3), and have won 14 and lost just two of their last 21 league matches at White Hart Lane.
By stark contrast, Aston Villa have won just one of their last 16 league games and their haul of just five points after six games is their worst start to a season in the top flight.
That suggests that it should be a case of how many Spurs win by, and I fancy them to do so without reply.
When it comes to how is going to score for Spurs, the obvious starting point is Emmanuel Adebayor.
He has scored six goals in eight Premier League starts against Aston – including four in his last three.