Fireworks at the Etihad
Bet 1: Back BTTS in Both Halves in Man City v Arsenal @ 9/1 - KO 16:30 GMT
Manchester City need to bounce back from their shock 2-1 defeat at Newcastle on Tuesday, but they won't have it easy today in the shape of Arsenal.
The Gunners may well have a poor away record of late - no win in five and three defeats - but aside from at West Ham, they have still been scoring goals on their travels.
Pep Guardiola's men remain vulnerable at the back, so for all their attacking prowess, fixtures against a top team like Arsenal can be dangerous.
I am fully expecting this to be an end to end affair, and while bets like Over 2.5 Goals have quite restrictive odds, this particular selection appears to be slightly overpriced. Let's hope for an early goal.
Roma's bad week to continue
Bet 2: Back AC Milan and Draw @ 4/6 - KO 19:30 GMT
Another team who need to put a terrible result behind them is Roma. Eusebio Di Francesco's side were thumped 7-1 at Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia on Wednesday, and Eden Dzeko didn't see red until it was already 4-1.
AC Milan meanwhile were beating Napoli 2-0 in the same competition, and they definitely won't have any concerns about travelling to Stadio Olimpico this evening.
Gennaro Gattuso's men are unbeaten in five away from home in Serie A, and that includes a draw at Lazio. Their only away reverses this term came against Inter and Napoli, and both of those were by a narrow one goal margin.
The hosts have won four of their last five in front of their own fans, but they conceded plenty of goals during that period, and AC Milan have one of the best defensive records in the division.
No Neymar, No Problem
Bet 3: Back PSG @ 5/6 - KO 20:00 GMT
PSG may well be without the injured, Neymar, but I can't resist backing them at just shy of evens.
Lyon are their opponents today and the game is at the Groupama Stadium. Bruno Génésio's hosts are third in the table, but they do trail Lille in second by six points, with PSG a further 10 clear at the top.
They have actually only won two of their last five - the other three were draws - but both Nice and Rennes have beaten them here this season.
The selection are head and shoulders above any other side in France and while Neymar is a huge talent, there is an argument to be made that they play like more of a team without him.
Away from home it's been seven wins and two draws for Thomas Tuchel's men this year, and I fancy them to make it win number eight here.