Bet 1: Stoke (HOME) @ 3.4 (12/5)
There is only one point and one place between these two sides so I'm quite surprised to see the hosts at such a big price.
Stoke may have been beaten 3-1 at Arsenal at the weekend but that is no disgrace and prior to that they had recorded two victories in a row. Mark Hughes' men have taken a while to fire this season and while they still may not be at their best, they're not far off.
Southampton were knocked out of the Europa League last week but they put that disappointment behind them to edge out Middlesbrough on Sunday.
I have concerns over their away form though as it's just one league win from seven attempts this year and they fell to four defeats - two of which came from their latest two on the road.
The Potters have picked up three wins from four in front of their own fans of late and they are decent value to make it four from five this evening.
Bet 2: Newcastle (AWAY) @ 1.72 (8/11)
It's second bottom versus second top in the Championship today and it's hard not to be persuaded by the credentials of the visitors.
Newcastle put a run of back to back league defeats behind them on Saturday as they thrashed Birmingham 4-0 at St James' Park.
Dwight Gayle scored a hat trick that day and he will be relishing the prospect that have conceded five in their last three at the DW.
In fairness to Wigan's defence, they have the joint best defensive record out of all the teams in the bottom 11, it's scoring goals themselves that has been the problem.
The Latics have put the ball in the net only 16 times in 20 fixtures this season and they've fired four blanks in a row in front of their own fans. The Magpies will surely grab at least a couple of goals tonight and it's difficult to imagine Warren Joyce's men being able to match them.
Bet 3: West Ham v Burnley (Over 2.5 goals) @ 1.83 (5/6)
Back to the Premier League now as the goals are set to flow at the London Stadium, in a game that I have previewed in more detail here.
My main selection for the match is over 2.5 goals and with West Ham's last three outings finishing 4-1, 1-5 and 2-2, I'm quite surprised that overs isn't even shorter.
There is a mild concern about Burnley's ability to score away from Turf Moor - one goal in six attempts - but they've conceded three or more themselves on four occasions.
I'm not convinced by the Hammers' defence either and if there is one game that the Clarets are going to improve their away goal-scoring record, it's probably West Ham.
Bet 4: Sunderland v Chelsea (Under 2.5 goals) @ 2.25 (5/4)
Another Premier League fixture where the over is the favourite is Sunderland versus Chelsea, but I'm not following the same line of thinking.
Antonio Conte's side were as big as 22/1 for the title not too long ago but they are now the favourites and with Arsenal losing last night, their credentials have strengthened without them even playing.
Chelsea are looking to make it 10 wins in a row at the Stadium of Light and seven of their previous nine victories were all to nil. Sunderland may have improved in the attacking third since Victor Anichebe was added to the team but they are hardly Barcelona and I doubt they'll get on the scoresheet tonight.
It's also worth noting that despite the heroics of Diego Costa, Chelsea only scored more than twice in four of their nine wins and three of their last four on their travels have seen under 2.5 backers collect.
Back Stoke @ 3.4 (12/5)
Back Newcastle @ 1.72 (8/11)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in West Ham v Burnley @ 1.83 (5/6)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Sunderland v Chelsea @ 2.25 (5/4)
The Multiple pays approximately 24.08 (23/1)
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