Bet 1: Back Leeds @ 1/1 - KO 15:00 BST
The hosts come back from the international break following two damaging defeats - one at Cardiff and one at Sheffield Wednesday. Manager, Thomas Christiansen, will be pleased that his players have had time to regroup and they should prove too strong today at Elland Road - a ground where they are unbeaten this season and have won their last three.
Today's visitors are Reading, but this isn't the same Royals side as last year. They are down in 22nd place in the Championship having taken just nine points from 10 outings, and they are winless in six in all competitions. It's also worth noting that three of their five on the road have ended in defeat.
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Oldham v Blackburn @ 5/6 - KO 15:00 BST
The Latics have been transformed under caretaker manager, Richie Wellens, as since he's stepped in following the departure of John Sheridan, the team have played three and won three. Two of those were in League One and they are now up to 19th in the table.
One thing that has been consistent about Oldham this term has been goals at both ends. This selection would have landed in nine of their 11 League One outings - including all of their last eight.
The stats aren't as good for Blackburn as they have scored fewer and conceded far less, but they have netted at least once in all five of their away matches, and I find it hard to believe that that run will stop today, or that they will be able to keep Oldham at bay for 90 minutes.
Bet 3: Back Shrewsbury @ 11/10 - KO 15:00 BST
It's top versus bottom in League One as leaders, Shrewsbury travel to Plymouth and despite Argyle having home advantage, I can't see anything other than a loss for them this afternoon.
Derek Adams' side are new to the division but he would have expected a better return than five points from a possible 36. They are already four points adrift of safety and they have lost eight of their last nine in the league - the only 'positive' result being a 0-0 draw at Bury.
Shrewsbury on the other hand are flying as they sit two points clear at the top having gone undefeated this year. They have won nine of their 12 matches and four of those came away from New Meadow.
Bet 4: Back BTTS in Luton v Stevenage @ 4/5 - KO 15:00 BST
The Hatters are aiming for automatic promotion this season after missing out in the Play-offs last year and they have made a fine start to sit in third place after a dozen games. They are the second top scorers in the division and they have netted 17 in six appearances at Kenilworth Road - firing just the one blank.
Stevenage are in seventh and they need to put a defeat at Crewe behind them. Prior to that however they have won three on the bounce in League Two and they have scored in all but one of their six away matches this season.
Bet 5: Back BTTS in Atletico Madrid v Barcelona @ 8/11 - KO 19:45 BST
This is a mouthwatering clash from Spain this evening and I very much doubt that we will see a clean sheet.
Barcelona travel to the brand new, Wanda Metropolitano Stadium having silenced their pre-season doubters by winning all seven of their fixtures and scored 23 goals in the process. They are yet to face anyone of note, but in the Champions League they eased past Juventus and won at Sporting Lisbon.
Atletico Madrid have settled into life well at their new home - in La Liga at least. They have won both of their outings there, although they were beaten by Chelsea in the Champions League.
The visitors have too much firepower for me to imagine that Atleti will be able to keep a clean sheet, and I still have some concerns about the Barca defence.
Bet 6: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Roma v Napoli @ 8/15 - KO 19:45 BST
We conclude in Serie A for what should be a goal-fest between Roma and Napoli.
Maurizio Sarri's visitors have been highly explosive this season and they have won all seven of their Serie A fixtures to date. They have scored a whopping 25 goals and they have been shared around too - Mertens is the leading scorer with seven.
Roma are in fifth, but they have a game in hand over all of the teams above them. If they win it, they would close the gap on Napoli to three points. They have won their last five in all competitions and they too know where the goal is.
These two teams have been involved in 13 league games between them so far this year and Over 2.5 Goal backers have collected in 11 of them. The two that didn't were away matches for Roma, so the scene is set for a high-scoring affair at Stadio Olimpico this evening.
Back Leeds @ 1/1
Back BTTS in Oldham v Blackburn @ 5/6
Back Shrewsbury @ 11/10
Back BTTS in Luton v Stevenage @ 4/5
Back BTTS in Atletico Madrid v Barcelona @ 8/11
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Roma v Napoli @ 8/15
The Acca pays approximately 36/1
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