Lawro is taking on Mark Wahlberg this week
"Wahlberg grew up playing American sports and admits football, or soccer as he calls it, is not his first love.
He struggled with a few Premier League team names when he was picking this week's scores - like Leicester Square, Waterford and Fullman for example.
But he has been a fan of the sport since watching the 2011 Women's World Cup, and showed a knack for predictions after becoming an avid viewer of the men's tournament in Russia this summer.
"I started watching it, and fell in love with it," Wahlberg told BBC Sport. "I was actually eight from nine with my predictions leading right up to the final game."
Fulham let a two-goal lead slip against Brighton last time out and only ended up with a point, which is not a good omen ahead of a trip to Etihad Stadium.
But, like Cardiff's trip to Chelsea, this is a free hit for one of the newly-promoted sides.
Nobody is expecting them to get anything from the defending champions, and their aim will be to have something positive to take away from the day, even if it is not the result.
By that I mean not being torn apart and creating some chances themselves, but I don't see Fulham going to City and scoring so good luck with that.
Lawro's prediction: 3-0
Mark's prediction: Manchester City versus Fullman? Man City to win. 2-0
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Nothing but a home win here - it will be a case of 'how many?' I watched Fulham at Brighton. It's very nice to pass the ball around at the back when you're 2-0 up but come on? If they defended properly, they'd have won that game. It's alright to play 'total football' but there's a time and a place. If they try and play like that at Manchester City, then they'll get hammered.
PAUL PREDICTS: 4-0