Callum Wilson has been the standout player for the Cherries, but Ritchie has been extremely quiet, still trying to adjust to the Premier League pace and physicality. Away at Norwich should be just the right game for the Bournemouth winger to get his first goal of the season.
In: Asmir Begovic, Kurt Zouma, Baba Rahman (potentially for Ivanovic)
Win: Eden Hazard
The 2014-2015 player of the year has had a very quiet start of the season. Away to Everton is probably not the best match-up to bring in Hazard, but the Belgian scored in a mid week Euro qualifier against Cyprus, and just like Alexis I see him doing well in the early match-up of Game Week 5.
Out: Joel Ward, Frazier Campbell , Mile Jedinak, Marouane Chamakh
Doubt: Connor Wickham, Joe Ledley
In: Martin Kelly / Adrian Mariappa, Yannick Bolasie
Win: Yannick Bolasie
Manchester City has not conceded thus far in the campaign and it will take a crafty, unorthodox style player to be able to unlock Joe Hart's goal. The Congolese international, who missed the Aston Villa game and was on the bench against Chelsea due the loss of his father, should be back in the Starting 11 and embrace the challenge.
While much of the credit goes to his Algerian teammate, Vardy has been the offensive heart of Leicester City. His hard work did not go unnoticed as the 26 year old made his England debut in the 6-0 thrashing go San marino last Saturday. I see him scoring at home against Aston Villa.
Out: David Silva, Fabian Delph, Pablo Zabaleta, Gael Clichy
In: Kevin De Bruyne
Win: Sergio Aguero
With David Silva out, Sergio Aguero stock takes a slight dip, but this is a good opportunity for the new boy, Kevin De Bruyne to show off his creativity against a very good (no longer "surprising") Crystal Palace team battling with own injuries. Aguero helped Argentina rescue a draw in a friendly against Mexico and should at least score a PK goal in this one.
In a very surprising turn of events, the Spaniard signed a new four-year deal with United and should be back in goal when Liverpool comes to town. Callum Wilson has more goals than Manchester United, so go figure. 0-0 is almost guaranteed here.
Out: Jordy Clasie, Ryan Bertrand, Fraser Forster, Florin Gardos
Doubt: Gaston Ramírez
Win: Sadio Mane
An up-and-down season thus far for the Ronald Koeman's men. Which Southampton team shows up at the Hawthorns is anyone's guess, but Sadio Mane has been the team's best and the most consistent player, and is my pick to unlock the stingy West Bromwich defense.
Out: Peter Odemwingie, Ryan Shawcross, Charlie Adam (suspended), Ibrahim Afellay (suspended)
Doubt: Marko Arnautovic, Glen Johnson, Mame Biram Diouf
In: Stephen Ireland, Glenn Whelan
Win: Jack Butland
There is very little doubt that Stoke City is a heavy underdog playing at the Emirates. It is also unlikely that the Potters will score. Just in case Arsenal decides to show up at a shooting practice, Jack Butland should be able to make plenty of saves that should offset the goals conceded.
Out: Lloyd Doyley, Joel Ekstrand, Miguel Britos (suspended)
Doubt: Victor Ibarbo, Mamadou Oulare
Win: Sebastian Prodl
The weekly outlook for the league newcomers is simple: you will be the underdog in every game you play. Whether Watford stays up will not so much depend on how many goals Troy Deeney scores, but on how well the team plays defensively. With 2 clean sheets already, home to a surging Swansea team will be a tough defensive test, but Prodl is an experienced defender who just helped Austria qualify for the Euro2018 competition. He is also reasonably cheap and is a sure starter.
Out: Adrian (suspended), Enner Valencia, Mauro Zarate, Joey O'Brien
Doubt: Andy Carroll, Victor Moses
In: Darren Randolph, Manuel Lanzini
Win: Darren Randolph
While Dimitri Payet has been very good for the Hammers this season, offensively, however, the Hammers have been largely unpredictable. When Victor Moses and Andy Carroll are both healthy, this could be a very dangerous team. For now, stick with the defenders and Darren Randolph who comes in for suspended Adrian.