Burnley to pay for their Europa League exploits
Bet 1: Back Fulham @ 21/20 - KO 16:00 BST
I have high hopes for Fulham against Burnley today and you can read my thoughts, in full, here.
Sarri to make it three from three in the league
Bet 2: Back Chelsea @ 7/10 - KO 16:00 BST
The Maurizio Sarri era at Chelsea has started well as they eased past Huddersfield on the opening Saturday and then, after a brief wobble, eventually beat Arsenal 3-2 at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
It's worth remembering that all of that was achieved without Eden Hazard starting a game, and he will likely be back in the starting XI today, following a couple of substitute appearances.
A trip to St James' Park shouldn't worry them too much as Spurs have already won there this term and Rafa Benitez's men couldn't even beat Cardiff last Saturday.
Don't forget to check out Dan Fitch's preview of this game too.
Weak defences to be shown up at Stadio Friuli
Bet 3: Back BTTS in Udinese v Sampdoria @ 8/11 - KO 19:30 BST
The hosts lost 22 of their 38 matches last season, but thanks to only picking up four draws, they managed to avoid relegation by five points.
Conceding goals was a big issue for them as they shipped 63 in total - the fourth worst defensive record in Serie A - and even though they have a new manager this year, their opening fixture last Sunday saw them concede twice in a 2-2 draw at Parma.
This is Sampdoria's first match of the season in the league and they will be aiming to improve on the 10th place that they achieved last term. They too had an issue at the back - 60 goals conceded - but they were only outscored by six other teams.
It's also worth noting that the last time they met, the scoreline was 2-1 to Sampdoria.
More away goals for Rennes
Bet 4: Back BTTS in Marseille v Rennes @ 4/5 - KO 20:00 BST
These two teams have both played two, won one and lost one this season, with the defeat coming on their travels.
The visitors are usually pretty good away from home however, so I'm willing to put a line through their 3-1 loss at Lille, and even then, they still scored the goal that we need them to score this evening.
Marseille thumped Toulouse by four goals to nil in their opener at Stade Vélodrome, but they then went on to be beaten 3-1 at Nimes last time out.
Going back to last season, the hosts ended the year by having five of their last six at home see this selection land, while Rennes only failed to find the net in one away game all season.
Yellow Submarine to be sunk in Seville
Bet 5: Back Sevilla @ 17/20 - KO 21:15 BST
The selection should be match-fit given their Europa League exploits, but unlike Burnley, they have been easing to victories in that competition and have a much bigger squad to work with.
Pablo Machín's side struggled on their travels last term, so they would have been delighted to start the La Liga season with a resounding away win at Rayo Vallecano.
Today's visitors are Villarreal, and they would have been hugely disappointed to lose their season opener at home to Real Sociedad. They didn't exactly excel in their friendlies over the summer either, and they finished the previous campaign with just two wins in eight on the road.
The experts at Infogol are expecting plenty of goals in this match.