Bet 1: Back Aston Villa @ 7/5 - KO 15:00 BST
This selection may lose a few readers but I think Aston Villa are overpriced to beat Norwich at Villa Park.
Steve Bruce needs a win and as soon as it comes they will likely go on a bit of a run. Confidence is a big thing in football and they have appeared bereft of it in the last couple of games.
Beating Norwich won't be easy but the Canaries had a pretty miserable away record last year and they don't appear to be much stronger this season.
Bet 2: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Bristol City v Millwall @ 8/11 - KO 15:00 BST
It's all about goals at Ashton Gate when Bristol City host Millwall.
The Robins have played four times in all competitions this season and their scorelines have been 3-1, 5-0, 2-1 and 2-2. Over 2.5 backers would have collected on each and every occasion and that trend doesn't look like stopping.
Millwall were involved in a seven goal thriller on Tuesday night - one they ultimately lost. Neil Harris' side have one point from a possible nine since their promotion from League One, but their performances have been better than that.
This will be a game that they will fancy their chances of being able to win and that should mean that they will take it to the hosts.
Bet 3: Back Coventry @ 20/21 - KO 15:00 BST
The bet of the weekend can be found at the Ricoh as I'm astounded that Coventry are basically even money to beat Newport County.
The Sky Blues had a fair enough record at home even when going down last season. They have started life in League Two very well, winning both of their games - scoring five and conceding none.
Newport have drawn both of their two but the first saw them need two late goals to draw at Stevenage, and the second saw their opponents reduced to 10 men in the 17th minute. They survived relegation by the skin of their teeth last year and I just can't see how they'll get anything against one of the main contenders for the title.
Bet 4: Back Under 3.5 Goals in Stoke v Arsenal @ 4/9 - KO 17:30 BST
I have covered this game in more detail here so I won't go into too much detail, but I don't think there will be as many goals as expected.
I would have this down as a two goal match, three at most. Arsenal will have to tighten up and protect their centre halves better for an away game and Stoke don't have the kind of threat on the attack that Leicester do.
Bet 5: Back Atletico Madrid @ 4/9 - KO 19:15 BST
Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid begin their La Liga title bid with an away game at the newly promoted, Girona.
I don't envisage any problems for Atletico and they have looked decent in pre-season - most notably in the Audi Cup where they beat Napoli and then beat Liverpool on penalties.
The transfer embargo that they are currently under has hindered new arrivals - see Diego Costa - but it also meant that they kept hold of Antoine Griezmann.
Girona just aren't in their class and this is their first ever season in La Liga.
Bet 6: Back Corinthians @ 4/9 - KO 20:00 BST
The sixth and final selection comes from Brazil as runaway leaders, Corinthians, look set to extend their advantage at the top of the Campeonato to 11 points.
Fábio Carille's team are undefeated in 19 fixtures this season - winning 14 and drawing five. They are a well organized team who have only been outscored by Gremio, but have by far and away the best defensive record.
Opponents, Vitoria, are second from bottom as they have lost 11 of their 20 fixtures to date. They were beaten at home by relegation rivals, Avai, last time out, and it's almost impossible to impossible to imagine them being able to repeat the victory they had at Flamengo in their previous away game.
Back Aston Villa @ 7/5
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Bristol City v Millwall @ 8/11
Back Coventry @ 20/21
Back Under 3.5 Goals in Stoke v Arsenal @ 4/9
Back Atletico Madrid @ 4/9
Back Corinthians @ 4/9
The Acca pays approximately 23/1
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2017/18 P/L (1pt each bet)