Rashford and Martial to step up
Bet 1: Back Man United @ 6/5 - KO 16:30 BST
The first heavyweight clash of the Premier League season comes from Old Trafford, as Manchester United take on old rivals, Chelsea.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær's side have enjoyed a good pre-season, as they went unbeaten, including a 1-0 win over Inter Milan. The Italian club have been a big part of United's summer, as Romelu Lukaku finally joined them in a big money move.
The pressure is now on Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and, to a lesser extent, Mason Greenwood, to perform and score goals.
A good start to the campaign will be vital for United, and I actually fancy them to have one. Chelsea are never an easy opponent, but they have a new manager in the shape of Frank Lampard, are without Eden Hazard now, and were unable to sign any new players during the summer.
I am not writing the Blues' season off, but it could take them a while to get into gear, and a trip to Old Trafford is hardly an ideal start.
Floodgates to remain closed in Holland
Bet 2: Back Under 3.5 Goals in PSV v ADO Den Haag @ 23/20 - KO 19:00 BST
PSV could only draw their opening Eredevisie game at Twente last weekend, but they did at least win the first leg of their Europa League qualifier at Haugesund on Thursday.
Both of those matches saw this selection land - in fact, even Under 2.5 backers would have collected - and their Dutch Super Cup game against Ajax also finished with only two goals.
ADO Den Haag need to bounce back from a 4-2 defeat at home to Utrecht last Sunday, but they were unbeaten in pre-season, and 10 of their 17 away matches last year had three goals or fewer.
Nimes to perform with credit at PSG
Bet 3: Back Nimes +3 Goals @ 1/1 - KO 20:00 BST
Nimes have the daunting task of starting their Ligue One campaign at Parc des Princes this evening, but they did win six times away from home last year, and the Parisians have some internal issues at present.
Neymar remains at the club, but it remains to be seen if he will be involved tonight. He clearly wants to leave, and he wasn't involved in their 2-1 win over Rennes in the Trophe des Champions.
Thomas Tuchel's men went unbeaten at home last season, and they are certainties to retain their Ligue One crown, however I don't expect them to blow the visitors away here.