Toffees to go from strength to strength
Pressure to mount on Norwich's Wagner
Hull to boost their Play-off hopes
Everton are in good form, and even when they weren't getting great results earlier in the campaign, they were doing better on the underlying metrics than their overall win record.
Sean Dyche's side have won two of their last four in the league, and they have also won two of their last three on the road - at both Brentford and West Ham.
Crystal Palace returned to form with a 0-2 victory at Burnley last time, but it's just one victory at Selhurst Park this term - failing to even score against Arsenal, Fulham and Nottingham Forest.
Norwich slumped to another defeat last Sunday - losing 1-3 at home to Blackburn. It was their fourth straight loss, and seven of their last nine have ended in defeat.
Cardiff are unbeaten in three - keeping clean sheets in all three of them. Their record at home has been extremely strong too - taking 16 points from the last 18 available.
Hull were beaten at West Brom last weekend, but prior to that it had been back to back wins, and they can make it three wins from four at home to Huddersfield.
The Terriers are fourth bottom, and they have lost two of their last three - with the other being a 0-0 draw at home against Watford. They haven't won in over two months on their travels, and only Southampton have beaten Hull at the MKM Stadium since Burnley did in March.
Pompey are top of League One, and while Charlton aren't an easy opponent, they are still a solid price to get the victory in front of their own fans.
The visitors are in 11th and had to endure an embarrassing draw in the FA Cup on Sunday. They have won just one away game this season, and Portsmouth are unbeaten at Fratton Park - winning six and drawing two.
Wrexham have found their feet in League Two, and they currently sit third after 16 games. Phil Parkinson's men are unbeaten in seven in the league, and that includes four wins from their last five.
Opponents, Gillingham, are in ninth, but three of their last four have ended in defeat, and four of their last five away from home have been losses.
Newcastle have won just one of five league away fixtures so far this season, and in their three matches post a Champions League fixture, only one of them has resulted in a victory.
On that basis alone they are a bit short at 8/131.61 to win away at Bournemouth. The Cherries also beat Burnley here in their most recent home game.
West Ham are odds-on at 8/111.73 to win at home against Nottingham Forest on Sunday, and I think that is really bad value.
Steve Cooper's visitors have lost four of their six away from the City Ground this season, but that doesn't quite tell the whole story. Their defeats have come at the Emirates, Old Trafford, the Etihad and Anfield, and in their other two games, they won at Chelsea and drew at Crystal Palace.
In the league, the Hammers have taken just one point from their last 12 available.