Klopp to get the better of Silva on Merseyside
Bet 1: Back Liverpool @ 6/10 - KO 16:15 GMT
Liverpool need a win to return to the top of the Premier League and that's exactly what I think they will get. The Reds shrugged off a couple of iffy performances to thrash Watford 5-0 on Wednesday, and they now head into the Merseyside Derby full of confidence.
Everton put three straight defeats behind them by winning 3-0 at Cardiff on Tuesday, but the Bluebirds have taken some heavy defeats of late, and I wouldn't overrate that form.
Marco Silva's side have actually lost four of their last five at Goodison Park, and while Liverpool have won just one of their last four away from Anfield, their overall away record this season is second to only Spurs', and Tottenham have played a game more.
Juve overpriced for Napoli test
Bet 2: Back Juventus @ 21/10 - KO 19:30 GMT
Juventus face their hardest fixture of the season this evening, but at 21/10, I can't leave them un-backed.
The Old Lady travel to Naples, for a clash with second placed, Napoli, where a win would see them move 16 points clear at the top. Massimiliano Allegri's side are yet to lose in Serie A this term, and their away record is played 12, won 11 and drawn one.
The hosts are actually enjoying a fine campaign themselves, despite the fact that they are a remote second at present. They hold an eight point advantage over Milan behind them though, and they have played a game less.
The concern for me however is that Carlo Ancelotti's side have been held by Roma, Chievo and Torino at home this season, and Juve are a class above every other team in Italy.
All square in Valencia
Bet 3: Back The Draw in Valencia v Athletic Bilbao @ 21/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
It's ninth versus 10th in La Liga tonight and I'm backing the draw at the Mestalla.
Valencia booked their place in the final of the Copa del Rey on Thursday with a 1-0 success over Real Betis, a result which extended their unbeaten run at home to 14 matches in all competitions.
It is worth noting though that they have won just three times in front of their own fans in the league this season - drawing nine of the other 10.
The visitors are on the up following a run of form that has seen them lose just one of their previous 11 outings. They come into this game on the back of two 1-0 wins, but they were both against teams in the bottom half - including Huesca who are 20th.
Away from home it's two draws from their last five, and six from 12 in total in this campaign.