Bournemouth to stop the rot
Bet 1: Back Bournemouth @ 19/10 - KO 19:30 GMT
The Cherries are in a real slump, and they fell to their 10th defeat in a dozen Premier League games at bottom of the table, Norwich, on Saturday.
Eddie Howe has had to endure a long injury list, and now he has Steve Cooke suspended, following his red card at Carrow Road.
However, I still think that Bournemouth are the value bet to beat Brighton this evening.
The Seagulls have gone under the radar as potential relegation candidates thus far, as they have played some decent football under Graham Potter, and beaten some high profile teams.
Their record away from the Amex has been pretty poor though - which has been the theme since their promotion a couple of years ago. They have lost seven of their last 10 on the road, and this is an absolute must-win for the hosts.
Hornets to be stung at Villa Park
Bet 2: Back Aston Villa @ 15/8 - KO 19:30 GMT
Aston Villa will have to face Watford tonight without a recognised first team striker, but they were in the same situation at Brighton at the weekend, and against Leicester in the Carabao Cup - and they drew both games.
I fancy them to go one better here, as for all that Watford have improved under Nigel Pearson, they are still far from a top team. They didn't exactly inspire in their 0-0 draw against Spurs on Saturday, in what was a pretty awful affair, and it's worth remembering that since Pearson arrived, four of their six league matches have been at Vicarage Road.
There is no doubt that if Dean Smith's men are going to win, Jack Grealish needs to be at his best, but he's in the form of his life, and with his team needing a win, I am putting my faith in him delivering.
Chelsea to flop again at the Bridge
Bet 3: Back Arsenal +1 Goal @ 1/1 - KO 20:15 GMT
The Gunners are even money to avoid defeat at Stamford Bridge tonight and that is too big a price, in my opinion.
Chelsea were beaten 1-0 at Newcastle on Saturday, and they have won just two of their last five at home in the league - losing to West Ham, Bournemouth and Southampton.
Ironically, Mikel Arteta's only defeat as manager of Arsenal came in the reverse fixture over Christmas, but they dominated that game, and conceded two late goals to lose 2-1.
Other than that, Arsenal have been much more of a solid proposition under Arteta, and while I wouldn't necessarily back them to win, I certainly don't think that they will lose.