Bet 1: Leicester City (HOME) @ 2.56/4
We're off to Leicester for our first selection of the day, as the Foxes face Southampton at the King Power Stadium.
The hosts have been in impressive form of late, but line up for this clash sitting in 16th place, just a single point outside the relegation zone.
That makes this home clash all the more important for Nigel Pearson's charges, who have won five of their last six outings.
Indeed, a 3-0 thrashing of Newcastle United last week saw them highlight the Magpies' flaws, and three clean sheets from their last five outings suggests that their defence will take some beating here.
Visitors Southampton still linger on the fringes of European qualification, but a drop in performances has seen them fall four points behind Liverpool, in fifth.
The Saints have failed to win four of their last five outings, and it's on the road that things have been particularly miserable, with four defeats and a draw from their last half a dozen.
Ronald Koeman's side lost at another relegation threatened side, Sunderland, last weekend, and that suggests that Leicester are more than capable of drawing out three points from this one.
Bet 2: Manchester United (AWAY) @ 1.855/6
In our second pick, Manchester United travel to South London desperate to put three straight defeats behind them.
Louis van Gaal's side still sit in fourth place in the table, but with Liverpool closing in on their points advantage, they need to engineer a turnaround sharpish.
The most worrying aspect of their hat-trick of misery might be their lack of goals. The Reds haven't notched in that 4.5 hour period - but we know they have goals in them, as their 4-2 demolition of rivals Manchester City showed.
The visitors have been decent on the road of late, though. They've chalked up victories at both Newcastle and Liverpool within the last two months, and that will give them faith that they can stop the rot in the capital.
Hosts Crystal Palace line up for this clash in similarly poor form - three defeats seeing them at a low as they turn out on their own patch.
Spookily, Alan Pardew's side have also struggled to breach the opposition defence in their last three, coming away with a duck three times on the trot.
And home advantage isn't necessarily a benefit for the Eagles at the moment. They've lost four of their last six in front of their own fans, shipping eight goals, and that indicates that if Manchester United can turn it on in the final third, they shouldn't have too much trouble.
The last time these two sides met, United ran out 1-0 winners - and I reckon they'll make it a double for the season here.
Bet 3: Everton (HOME) @ 1.758/11
Everton go into this encounter sitting 11th in the table, but their home form has been nothing short of magnificent in recent weeks.
Indeed, six straight wins at Goodison Park leaves the Toffees full of confidence and momentum heading into this clash with Sunderland, and Roberto Martinez will be desperate to see his Blues build on the 3-0 thrashing of Manchester United last time out on Merseyside.
What's most impressive about Everton of late though is their solidity. Four clean sheets in a row underlines just how difficult they are to play through, and that will give them a massive boost as Sunderland roll into the north west.
The Black Cats find themselves in the final relegation position ahead of this one, and no wins from six on the road suggests that travel sickness may have set in at the Stadium of Light.
Dick Advocaat's charges desperately need maximum points here to pile the pressure on the teams above them, but only one clean sheet in their last eight underlines that they're susceptible to shipping a goal or two, and that could hurt them here.
Everton have lost just one of their last 14 home meetings with Sunderland, and I don't expect that to change here.
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