Atalanta to avoid defeat at Stadio Olimpico
Bet 1: Back The Draw in Roma v Atalanta @ 3/1 - KO 19:30 BST
The hosts made a winning start to the campaign as they beat Torino 1-0 away from home. That result is a bit more impressive than it sounds as Torino are a good team and they actually drew 2-2 at Inter yesterday.
That being said, I have a feeling that Eusebio Di Francesco's side will struggle to get the job done against Atalanta this evening, even with home advantage.
The visitors should be match-fit having been involved in the Europa League qualifying rounds, and their results have been fairly impressive. They also started their Serie A season with a resounding 4-0 victory over Frosinone last weekend, and they ended the previous campaign with just one defeat in eight.
It's also worth noting that Atalanta won this fixture last term, and they did it despite having to play the entire second half with 10 men.
Goals to flow at Old Trafford
Bet 2: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Man United v Tottenham @ 11/10 - KO 20:00 BST
Both United and Spurs have played two Premier League games this season and all four of them have had at least three goals.
Jose Mourinho's men beat Leicester 2-1 at Old Trafford, before going on to lose 3-2 at Brighton, while Mauricio Pochettino's side won 2-1 at Newcastle, before following it up with another win - this time 3-1 at Wembley against Fulham.
Harry Kane finally got his August goal in the Fulham match and he will be relishing the opportunity to line up against a United defence that has looked anything but solid this year.
The pressure is on the hosts to get a good result this evening and if Romelu Lukaku can show more than he did against Brighton, he too could get some joy against a defence that are yet to keep a clean sheet this season.
For an alternative view on this game, check out Jack Lang's preview.
Have faith in Huesca in Basque Country
Bet 3: Back The Draw in Athletic Bilbao v Huesca @ 14/5 - KO 21:00 BST
I must admit that I don't particularly follow the second tier of Spanish football, so my knowledge of Huesca, who have just been promoted from it, is actually quite limited.
However, winning your opening La Liga fixture of the season, away at Eibar, can't be ignored, especially as they were 2-0 up by half time.
This is the second of three consecutive away games to start their top flight campaign, and with Barcelona up next, they will be desperate for another positive result tonight.
Athletic Bilbao also won their opener - 2-1 on this ground against Leganes - but they needed an injury time goal to take the three points and it's worth remembering, that despite their size, they only finished 16th last season.