Paul Robinson's Premier League Treble is over 13pts in profit this season, and he's back today with a 21/1 shot that starts at the King Power. Here are his selections:
The Acca pays approximately 21/1
Leicester to outfox Watford
Bet 1: Back Leicester @ 5/4 - KO 15:00 BST
The Foxes were involved in midweek action as they played Southampton in their rearranged EFL Cup tie. The game finished 0-0, but they showed great character to win on penalties, and they now haven't lost since their 3-1 defeat at Arsenal towards the end of October.
Admittedly, winning matches hasn't come easy to Claude Puel's men, but with everything going on, it's pretty impressive that they are unbeaten in five. The defence have tightened up, and if the attacking players can just find some form, they could still challenge for a top six finish.
Watford have blown hot and cold this year, and they are currently on one of their cold streaks. Javi Gracia's men were beaten 1-0 at Newcastle, drew 1-1 at Southampton, and then lost 3-0 at home to Liverpool last Saturday.
Their overall away record this term isn't too bad - two wins, two draws and two defeats - but this is probably a good time to take them on, and Leicester appear to be a decent price today.
Don't forget to check out Jack Lang's match preview.
Nothing to split the sides at St James' Park
Bet 2: Back The Draw in Newcastle v West Ham @ 23/10 - KO 15:00 BST
I have gone back and forth on this game several times, and in the end I'm opting to play it safe and go for the draw. The pair are locked together on 12 points, and while Newcastle are in the better form, I would argue that West Ham are the better side.
The Hammers were blown away by Man City last weekend, but that can be forgiven and prior to that they had gone three unbeaten in the league. A victory over Burnley was sandwiched between draws at Leicester and Huddersfield, and a third straight away point looks likely here.
Rafa Benitez continues to work his magic on Tyneside, and just when you thought the Magpies would be in for a real struggle this year, he masterminds three straight wins.
They still lack goals though, and that often leads to a lot of draws, and the visitors will cause some problems for a defence that have kept just the one home clean sheet all year.
Simon Mail has covered this game in full here.
Points to be shared at the John Smith's Stadium
Bet 3: Back The Draw in Huddersfield v Brighton @ 2/1 - KO 15:00 BST
Another game with a low expectation on the goals front, and again, I'm going for a draw.
The Terriers have shown great heart in recent weeks as they have taken seven points from a possible nine to lift themselves out of the relegation zone.
David Wagner's men beat Fulham and Wolves, and they also secured a point against West Ham. They will be desperate for another win this afternoon, ahead of tricky matches at Bournemouth and then against Arsenal, but I still doubt their ability to score enough goals.
Brighton put back to back away defeats behind them by drawing 1-1 at home with Leicester last time out, and although they have lost five of their seven away matches this season, they have faced some tough assignments.
We know that Chris Hughton's Seagulls will give it their all until the final whistle, and assuming that Glenn Murray is fit, they always have a potent goal threat.
Dan Fitch is also keen on a draw in this one.
Premier League Treble 2018/19 P/L