Bet 1: Back Under 2.5 Goals in Juventus v Genoa @ 1/1 - KO 19:45 GMT
The race for the Italian title is a fascinating one this year as Napoli are providing Juventus with some real competition. The reigning champions can move back to within one point of the leaders with a victory this evening and while I expect them to do it, I very much doubt that they will give Genoa a thrashing.
The visitors have climbed to 15th following a run of just one league defeat in eight. Four of those matches ended in victory and the key to their success has been keeping clean sheets.
Genoa have kept four clean sheets on the bounce and six from their last eight. A total of nine of their last 10 have seen this selection land, and their recent Copa Italia fixture against Juventus also went under 2.5.
Juventus are on a run of four in a row to end with two goals or fewer at home and their main priority is to get the three points - not run up a big score.
Bet 2: Back Liverpool -1 Goal @ 5/6 - KO 20:00 GMT
One team who could potentially run up a big score is Liverpool as they travel to Swansea on a roll.
The Reds handed Manchester City their first defeat when they were last in action - scoring four goals in the process. They did concede three, but I think it's fair to say that the Swans don't quite possess the firepower that City do.
The hosts have failed to find the net in half a dozen of their 11 outings at the Liberty this year and they have lost two of their last three by more than one goal.
Jurgen Klopp's side haven't lost a game of any nature since they were beaten 4-1 at Spurs in October, and in their away fixtures since then, they have played seven, won five and drawn two. Of the five victories, four of them were by at least a two goal margin, and this is arguably the easiest opponent of the lot.
Bet 3: Back Eibar @ 4/6 - KO 20:00 GMT
We finish in Spain for a La Liga match between Eibar and Malaga that should prove to be a relatively routine home win.
Malaga are rock bottom of the table having taken just 11 points from a possible 57 to date. They come into this game on the back of four straight league defeats - all of which were to nil.
Their record on the road this season reads; played 10, won one and lost nine, and this evening they are taking on an opponent who have won five of their 10 in front of their own fans.
Four of those five victories for Eibar were from their five latest outings at home and it took Atletico Madrid to beat them. During their winning run they beat Real Betis, Espanyol, Valencia and Girona - to an aggregate score of 14-3.