Bet 1: QPR (HOME) @ 1.72 (8/11)
A 3-2 come from behind win at Wolves in the week would have boosted QPR's confidence no end and their class should tell against a poor Rotherham side.
Matt Phillips and Charlie Austin were the difference on Wednesday night and after taking just a single point from their opening two games, that win was much needed.
I expect Rangers to go close to promotion this year, and that's even if they lose Austin as expected. He's still at Loftus Road this afternoon, however, and clearly isn't letting the transfer saga affect his form.
Rotherham were beaten 4-1 at home by the MK Dons on the opening Saturday and other than a 1-0 Capital One Cup victory over Cambridge United, their results have been pretty bleak. Considering the fact that they've played two promoted clubs at home and a struggling Nottingham Forest away, a one point return tells you all that you need to know.
Bet 2: Tottenham (AWAY) @ 2.7 (17/10)
Spurs blew a 2-0 lead at White Hart Lane last Saturday and while a trip to the rampant Leicester wouldn't have been their first choice to get back on track, I think they are great value to surprise a few people and take all three points.
Despite The Foxes' fine start to the campaign - which is basically just a continuation of their finish to the previous one - I am not getting carried away by their results and I still see them being in the lower half of the table come May.
Conversely, I am not getting carried away by Tottenham's lacklustre beginning as they played quite well at Old Trafford and led Stoke 2-0 with only 11 minutes to go.
Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen are the key men and with the England striker building up his match fitness all the time, I think he will get on the scoresheet at a ground where he failed to fire in a previous loan spell.
Bet 3: Norwich v Stoke (Over 2.5 goals) @ 2.25 (5/4)
There's an intriguing clash at Carrow Road this afternoon and there is a strong chance that goals will be on the menu.
Both Norwich's Premier League games so far have ended 3-1 - one win and one defeat. They had struggled to score in their relegation season from this division but that doesn't look to be an issue under Alex Neill.
Stoke looked very lacklustre in their opener against Liverpool but they fought back well to share the points in a four goal thriller at White Hart Lane.
They have been much better on the road under Mark Hughes than they were when Tony Pulis was at the helm and with Bojan edging back to fitness, I can see them unlocking The Canaries' cage today.
Bet 4: Crystal Palace v Aston Villa (Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.75 (3/4)
One ground where the goals won't be flowing this afternoon is Selhurst Park as I think Aston Villa will frustrate the hosts.
Crystal Palace should be set for an exciting campaign as they have a whole host of pacey, attacking talent. It's well documented though that their style is best suited either away from home or against teams who will come on to them.
They won't have either of those two scenarios today as Villa will sit in and try and frustrate their opponents - much like they did in their opening two fixtures, which both finished with not only under 2.5 goals landing, but under 1.5 as well.
Back QPR @ 1.72 (8/11)
Back Tottenham @ 2.7 (17/10)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Norwich v Stoke @ 2.25 (5/4)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Crystal Palace v Aston Villa @ 1.75 (3/4)
The Multiple pays approximately 18.29 (17/1)
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