This week's Premier League Treble focuses on the fixtures at Goodison Park, the Cardiff City Stadium and St James' Park, and it pays 9/1. Here are Paul Robinson's selections:
Brighton's run to come to a sticky end
Bet 1: Back Everton @ 6/10 - KO 15:00 GMT
Brighton are punching well above their weight again this season as Chris Hughton has the Seagulls nested in mid-table, thanks to four wins and two draws from their opening 10 games.
They come into the match in great form having completed a third straight 1-0 win at the expense of Wolves last weekend, but they face a step up in opposition this afternoon, and their Premier League away record doesn't make great reading.
The Toffees saw their two game winning streak come to an end at Old Trafford last Sunday, but they were only beaten 2-1, and at Goodison Park it's three wins from five outings this year.
Overall the hosts should prove to have too much firepower for the visitors, and I'm keen on the home win.
Inspired Foxes to deliver for chairman
Bet 2: Back Leicester @ 13/10 - KO 15:00 GMT
It's sure to be an emotionally charged afternoon in South Wales, as Leicester take on Cardiff, just seven days on from the tragedy that occurred at the King Power last weekend.
The result will be the last thing on the Leicester players' minds, but there is a strong chance that they could be inspired to perform well beyond what they should be capable of given the circumstances, as they bid to honour the man who helped bring the Premier League title to the Midlands club.
I can only liken it to what happened at Fiorentina, back in March, when club captain, Davide Astori, shockingly passed away. One week later his teammates beat Benevento, and they then proceeded to win their next four games after that, too - and prior to his death, they had recorded only three victories in 11.
Watford win to stir up the hornets' nest on Tyneside
Bet 3: Back Watford @ 9/5 - KO 15:00 GMT
The selection are back in form having beaten Wolves 2-0 and Huddersfield 3-0. The first of those two victories was quite the performance at Molineux against a Wolves side who were in great form at the time, and they look like a nice price to win at St James' Park today.
Newcastle have played five and lost five in front of their own fans this season, with the two most recent defeats being to nil. They weren't against top teams either, as Leicester beat them 2-0 and Brighton did by a goal to nil.
Scoring goals has been a real issue for Rafa Benitez's men, and the off-field issues bubbled up again during the week. This is a great time to face them, and Javi Gracia's side will be keen to make it win number seven for the season.
Premier League Treble 2018/19 P/L