It's goals for tea at Craven Cottage
Bet 1: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Fulham v West Ham @ 7/10 - KO 17:30 GMT
This match has goals written all over it as Fulham have the worst defensive record in the league and West Ham have scored three times in each of their last three games.
I am not suggesting that this will just be an easy win for the Hammers, as the hosts are quite capable of putting the ball in the net themselves.
Claudio Ranieri's side are averaging a goal a game since their promotion, and despite West Ham's upturn in form, they still conceded twice against Crystal Palace and once against Cardiff.
This selection would have landed in four of the hosts' seven at Craven Cottage this year, with the three that didn't only missing out by a single goal.
The visitors meanwhile are on a run of four on the bounce to go over 2.5, and six of their last seven in all competitions have also finished with the ball in the net on three occasions or more.
Canaries to fly past the Robins
Bet 2: Back Norwich @ 9/5 - KO 17:30 GMT
The Canaries start the day at the top of the Championship and I expect them to end it there too.
Daniel Farke's side have shown great determination in recent weeks to score late goals and continue their fantastic run of form. They have now taken 25 points from a possible 27, and they are unbeaten in eight away from Carrow Road - five wins and three draws.
A trip to Bristol City isn't the easiest fixture in the division, and the Robins have bounced back to form of late with two wins and a draw.
I am still not convinced by them however and at Ashton Gate it's one point from their last three outings - scoring just the one goal. They are in serious danger of being out-gunned by Norwich.
Juve to roll on in Serie A
Bet 3: Back Juventus @ 6/10 - KO 19:30 GMT
I can't say that I am too concerned with Juventus' defeat at Young Boys on Wednesday night as they had already secured their place in the last 16 and they knew that Manchester United were losing in Valencia - meaning that top spot was assured.
Prior to that, Massimiliano Allegri's side had won five on the bounce in all competitions, and their record in Serie A this season speaks for itself.
The Old Lady have taken 43 points from a possible 45, giving them an eight point advantage over Napoli at the top. Cristiano Ronaldo has lifted them to another level, and he's scored 10 of their 32 goals. It's also worth noting that Juve have only conceded eight, and they have a 100% record away from home.
Torino are having a good season by all accounts, as they sit in sixth place having lost just three of their 15 outings to date. The visitors are a cut above everyone else in Serie A though, and it's telling that the hosts' three defeats have all come at home - against Napoli, Roma and Parma.