Bet 1: Back Birmingham @ 21/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
It's been a season of mostly turmoil for Birmingham as they made a poor start and sacked manager, Harry Redknapp. Steve Cotterill has been drafted in to get things back on track and he has done quite well to date.
His side began with a 1-0 victory over Cardiff and while they then lost 2-0 at Millwall, they bounced back with a point against bitter-rivals, Aston Villa on Sunday.
The visitors this evening are Brentford and they are climbing the table thanks to a run of seven matches without defeat in the Championship. They won 3-2 at Preston at the weekend and they also won at Bolton during that spell.
This selection is all about value though and, on paper at least, The Blues are the better team. They also have home advantage and are still improving under their new leader. Odds of over 2/1 are just too good to refuse and hopefully we will be rewarded.
Bet 2: Back Aston Villa @ 21/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
Another selection which smells of a bit of value is Aston Villa to win at Preston. Alex Neil's men come into this fixture without a win in four and their two latest outings resulted in defeat - 3-2 at Wolves and 3-2 at home to Brentford.
The Villans on the other hand have gotten much better since their disastrous start to the season which saw manager, Steve Bruce, come under a lot of pressure.
A run of just two defeats in 14 has given him a bit of breathing space though and victory tonight would see them move into the Play-off positions.
Steve Bruce's side have recently won at Burton and Barnsley and although Preston have a more than decent home record, they are in poor form at present and worth taking on.
Bet 3: Back Napoli @ 7/4 - KO 19:45 GMT
We conclude in the Champions League for a fantastic clash between Napoli and Man City, and for me, the Italians have been underestimated in the market.
Obviously we all know how fantastic City have been this season, but Napoli have been too and they have taken 31 points from a possible 33 in Serie A - including a victory at Roma, who thrashed Chelsea yesterday.
The current situation in Group F is also a factor as Guardiola's side have nine points from their three fixtures, while Maurizio Sarri's men are in third with only three points.
That means that Napoli need the win much, much more than City and I'd also argue that the Italian club were a touch unlucky in their 2-1 defeat at the Etihad a fortnight ago. They lost 2-1, but they missed a penalty.
Back Birmingham @ 21/10
Back Aston Villa @ 21/10
Back Napoli @ 7/4
The Acca pays approximately 25/1
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