Plenty of goals at St Mary's
Bet 1: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Southampton v Crystal Palace @ 11/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
The goals have been flowing in Crystal Palace's matches away from home and I fully expect that trend to continue tonight at St Mary's.
Roy Hodgson's were beaten 4-3 at Anfield in their last away game, and four of their last five have now gone over 2.5. The Eagles contributed 11 goals themselves during that period, as they are clearly more suited to playing on the road than they are at Selhurst Park.
The Saints have improved under new boss, Ralph Hasenhüttl. They have won four of their last seven in the league, and have taken seven points from a possible nine of late.
As far as the goals go, there six most recent outings in front of their own fans have seen this selection land, and it's also a positive for us that both teams were contributing the goals in each match.
Entertainment on the cards on the south coast
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Bournemouth v Chelsea @ 4/6 - KO 19:45 GMT
The hosts have seen their results drop over the last few weeks, but they have still been scoring goals for the most part. In their last nine at home, only Liverpool have stopped them from finding the net, and if Callum Wilson is fit, he might want to prove a bit of a point to Chelsea.
The Blues opted to sign Gonzalo Higuain to solve their striker issues, and while he didn't score on his debut on Sunday, he showed enough to prove his well-being.
The Serie A goal machine should get plenty of chances against a leaky Bournemouth defence, and his signing frees up Eden Hazard to provide the creativity again.
Spurs to be tested by Watford
Bet 3: Back BTTS in Tottenham v Watford @ 3/4 - KO 20:00 GMT
We conclude at Wembley for another fixture that will hopefully see goals at both ends, as Watford travel to a Tottenham side who are in the midst of a mini-crisis.
Since Spurs last played in the league, they have been knocked out of both the EFL Cup and the FA Cup. Both of those competitions were their best chance of a trophy this season, but it would appear that qualifying for the Champions League is Mauricio Pochettino's main priority.
The Hornets will fancy their chances against the injury-hit opposition, as they come into the match in decent form. They are unbeaten in six, and have lost just one of their last 10.
Away from home, Javi Gracia's men have scored two or more in each of their last half dozen outings, and Spurs are without a clean sheet in four.