Valencia are the masters of the Mestalla
Bet 1: Back Valencia +1 Goal @ 13/10 - KO 15:00 GMT
Barcelona travel to the Mestalla this afternoon knowing that anything other than a win will likely see them surrender top spot in La Liga by the end of the weekend.
That could well be the reality though as Valencia are yet to taste defeat in front of their own fans this term - and last season they were only beaten twice.
Real Madrid and Sevilla have both been held here in the last couple of months, and Barca's away record is hardly inspiring.
Quique Setién has played two and won two since he took over as manager, but this is his first real test, and his side have just a 40% win rate away from the Nou Camp in the league this season. They were held at Real Sociedad and Espanyol most recently, and I couldn't be backing them here at odds-on.
Tenants to beat Landlords at St Andrew's
Bet 2: Back Coventry @ 15/8 - KO 15:00 GMT
Coventry City take on their landlords in a 'home' fixture today, and while Mark Robins has graciously declined the home team manager's car parking space, his team won't be as nice on the pitch.
The Sky Blues have excelled at St Andrew's this season, as they have won eight and drawn four of their 13 League One fixtures there.
Obviously this is a step-up against a Championship club, but the Blues are only 18th in the table, and they have lost five of their last 10 in all competitions.
Spoils to be shared in Italy
Bet 3: Back The Draw in Torino v Atalanta @ 3/1 - KO 19:45 GMT
Atalanta fell to a shock 2-1 home defeat at home to SPAL on Monday, and they even took the lead in that game. It was the second straight loss for Gian Piero Gasperini's men, as that came on the back of a Coppa Italia exit to Fiorentina.
They are still a very good side though, and they will be aiming to redeem themselves in Turin this evening. The hosts have won their last two on this ground however, so it won't be an easy task, and I believe the value is on the draw.
The visitors shared the points at Inter in their last away Serie A game, and Torino drew with both Napoli and Cagliari, here in October.