Desperate times call for desperate measures for Saints
Bet 1: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Leicester v Southampton @ 11/10 - KO 19:45 BST
It's not a good time to be a Southampton fan as they sit third from bottom in the Premier League - five points from safety - with only five matches to go. They do have a game in hand over Palace and Huddersfield, but they are six and five points better off than them respectively.
Mark Hughes hasn't been able to make an impact at St Mary's and his side blew a 2-0 lead over Chelsea on Saturday - conceding three goals in the space of nine minutes.
They absolutely have to win this evening and there is no way that they can sit back and play for a point. They have conceded three goals in each of their last three outings and three of Leicester's last four in the league have also seen this selection land.
Goals at both ends at Turf Moor
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Burnley v Chelsea @ 19/20 - KO 19:45 BST
The Clarets are on a huge roll right now as they have won five matches on the bounce. Earlier in the season their success was built on keeping plenty of clean sheets but it's interesting to note that they conceded in four of their recent victories.
Antonio Conte's side showed some fight to win 3-2 at St Mary's at the weekend and with Spurs dropping points recently, they still have a sniff of making the top four.
Olivier Giroud netted twice against Southampton and he must be in line for a start this evening. I can definitely see Chelsea scoring at least once, but with Burnley being in the form that they are in, I can't imagine the Blues keeping a clean sheet either.
Real Betis to continue scintillating form
Bet 3: Back Betis HT/FT @ 1/1 - KO 20:30 BST
Real Betis have matched Burnley's five straight league wins and they have an excellent chance of making it six tonight as they take on the second from bottom, Las Palmas, at home.
The visitors have gone 10 without a victory and five of their last six have ended in defeat. Paco Jémez's men have won just one away game all season, and that came all the way back in September, against the rock bottom, Malaga.
Confidence will be high amongst Quique Setién's hosts and I can see them getting an early goal here and not looking back.