Bet 1: Liverpool (HOME) @ 2.1 (11/10)
The Reds have already been beaten by West Ham on two occasions this season and it's now three defeats in four against The Hammers. Liverpool seem to be a bit of a cup team at the moment though as their inconsistency is hindering them in the league, but they are still in this competition, as well as the Europa League and the Capital One Cup.
It's hard to knock holes in West Ham as they were excellent last weekend against Man City in the 2-2 draw at the Boleyn, although it is worth remembering that in their last away match, they lost 2-1 at St James' Park.
This should be a really good cup tie but I think the atmosphere at Anfield should just about swing the balance in Liverpool's favour and they will be boosted by their penalty shootout success over Stoke on Tuesday.
Bet 2: Monaco (AWAY) @ 2.3 (13/10)
The visitors are in a battle for second place in Ligue One as PSG are well clear at the top. Finishing as runners-up will be an improvement on last season for Monaco though and they currently have a three point advantage over Nice in third.
They come into this game on a nine match unbeaten run with their last two games resulting in wins to nil - one of which was away at Lorient. In fact it's now two wins from their last three attempts on their travels and their overall away record this term is played 11, won six, drawn four and lost one.
Angers are enjoying a fine campaign considering they have just been promoted from Ligue Two. They are up in fifth place in the table but their results have been deteriorating in recent weeks and they've now lost three on the bounce in all competitions - including a heavy 5-1 defeat at PSG last weekend.
Stéphane Moulin's side have been performing just as well away from home as they have on this ground so their current position isn't solely down to their results in front of their own fans. They are looking vulnerable at the moment and a visit by Monaco isn't what they need at this point in time.
Bet 3: PSV v De Graafschap (Over 2.5 goals) @ 1.22 (2/9)
The most likely fixture to produce goals today comes from Holland as PSV look set to thrash De Graafschap and rack up plenty of goals in the process.
The reigning Dutch champions are chasing Ajax at the top of the Eredivisie and the two giants look set to do battle for the title over the remainder of the season.
Phillip Cocu's side are in great form and they have now scored 51 goals this year - the highest in the entire division. They have conceded twice as many as Ajax though and that has led to their games averaging 3.65 goals each time - with 14 of their 20 seeing over 2.5 backers rewarded.
De Graafschap are rock bottom of the league with 42 goals against. They have actually won two of their last three outings but the victories came at home and on the road it's three straight defeats - all of which saw this selection land.
Bet 4: Sociedad v Betis (Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.85 (17/20)
We conclude in Spain as I can't see many goals when Real Sociedad take on Real Betis in La Liga.
This is a match between two out of form clubs who are both hovering around the relegation zone. Betis are the lowest scorers in the division with just 14 goals to their name - even Levante at the bottom have 20.
The hosts have netted 24 times in their 21 fixtures but they have only scored more than once in three of their last nine outings. Four of their last five on this ground have ended with under 2.5 goals being the winner and the last two meetings between this paid have ended 1-0.
Both of these teams will be desperate to avoid defeat here and that could lead to a very tense, nervy affair. The visitors have fired blanks in their last four away from home but they kept a clean sheet at Villarreal last time and I expect them to employ similar tactics this evening.
Back Liverpool @ 2.1 (11/10)
Back Monaco @ 2.3 (13/10)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in PSV v De Graafschap @ 1.22 (2/9)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Sociedad v Betis @ 1.85 (17/20)
The Multiple pays approximately 10.90 (10/1)
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