Play-off lure to bring out some attacking football
Bet 1: Back BTTS in Derby v Middlesbrough @ 1/1 - KO 15:00 BST
A win for either of these teams this afternoon would give them a huge boost when it comes to the play-off picture and that should hopefully lead to an attacking game.
Given the fact that only four points separates fifth to 11th, a draw doesn't really help the pair of them and evens seems like a big price when this selection would have landed in four of Derby's last five at home and four of Boro's last five away.
Blues and Blades to give us goals
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Birmingham v Sheffield United @ 10/11 - KO 15:00 BST
Sheffield United are another team who are in the play-off mix as they sit in ninth place with 66 points. The gap to sixth is three points so they arguably need to win their remaining three matches to have a chance of being promoted.
The Blues need the points for other reasons as they are just one place above the relegation zone. Garry Monk had come in and put a good run together but they have now lost their last two and need another victory.
The hosts have found the net in their last three at St Andrews and the Blades' last two results on the road were a 1-1 draw at Brentford followed by a 3-2 defeat at Barnsley most recently.
Bottom two to go down fighting
Bet 3: Back BTTS in Sunderland v Burton @ 5/6 - KO 15:00 BST
The bottom two clubs meet each other at the Stadium of Light this afternoon and only the winner will have the slightest chance of survival.
I fully expect this to be a thunderous affair with both teams going for it from the off and both teams to score has landed in Sunderland's last five matches.
The same can be said for five of Burton's last six, and there really is no point in anything other than three points for either side.
Goal trend to continue at Vicarage Road
Bet 4: Back BTTS in Watford v Crystal Palace @ 4/5 - KO 15:00 BST
The Eagles came out on the winning side of a five goal thriller against Brighton last weekend but they are still only 16th and need another three or four points to be safe.
Watford already have 37 points so they should be ok, but they are in miserable form and have taken just one point from a possible 15 of late.
They will view this fixture as an opportunity to get back on track and there have been goals at both ends in nine of their last 11 at Vicarage Road. Palace have had seven of eight on the road end with both teams scoring, so I'm quite surprised that 4/5 is available for this selection.
Mourinho to silence his critics
Bet 5: Back Man United @ 9/4 - KO 17:15 BST
We finish with an FA Cup semi-final that I've only included because Manchester United are just too big at 9/4 to refuse.
Jose Mourinho is still the master of the big game and his team bounced back to form with their 2-0 victory at Bournemouth on Wednesday. Prior to that shock West Brom defeat they had won three in a row - including the 3-2 success at the Etihad.
Spurs on the other hand could only draw at Brighton in the week and they were beaten by Man City previous to that. I don't doubt the quality that they have in their team, but if the real United turn up, the odds available for them to win inside of 90 minutes are excellent value.
For an alternative view on this game, check out Jamie Pacheco's match preview.