Wolves' unbeaten run to come to an end
Bet 1: Back Crystal Palace @ 19/10 - KO 15:00 BST
The hosts were beaten on Monday Night Football at Bournemouth, but the game was a close one and they could easily have won it.
Prior to that, Roy Hodgson's side had gone three without defeat in all competitions - winning two and drawing one - and I get the feeling that there is still more to come from this Crystal Palace team this season.
Wolves are in ninth place having taken a dozen points from their seven outings to date and they won last weekend - a 2-0 victory over Southampton at Molineux.
Nuno Espírito Santo's men haven't lost since a 2-0 defeat at Leicester back in August, and while they are a decent team who won't struggle this year, the Eagles are just too big a price to refuse this afternoon.
For an alternative, check out Jamie Pachecho's preview of this game.
All square at the King Power
Bet 2: Back The Draw in Leicester v Everton @ 5/2 - KO 15:00 BST
Claude Puel was a man under real pressure a few short weeks ago, but following their dismal defeat at Bournemouth, they have won back to back league matches and knocked Wolves out of the EFL Cup.
James Maddison has arguably been their best player and his play has been rewarded with a call-up to the England squad this week. The Foxes will be aiming for another victory here, but even with home advantage, I'm not quite convinced.
Everton are a much better team than both Huddersfield and Newcastle, and they returned to winning ways against Fulham last Saturday.
RIcharlison was suspended for most of their bad run and with him in the XI, Marco Silva has a very live goal threat that almost compensates for their lack of a top striker.
Andrew Atherley has previewed this match in full here.
Hosts overpriced at Turf Moor
Bet 3: Back Burnley @ 13/10 - KO 15:00 BST
I have been down on the Clarets this season, but they have pleasantly surprised me by beating both Bournemouth and Cardiff in their last two league games, and with their European adventure now out of the way, they seem to be flourishing again.
Sean Dyche's side have one of the easiest fixtures in the division today as they take on Huddersfield at home, with the visitors having lost five and drawn two of their seven matches this term.
David Wagner's men have only scored three goals themselves, but just an concerning, they have shipped 16. It's hard to imagine them improving on that record today, as I have Burnley down as even money shots - and we're getting 13/10.
Simon Mail is also tipping a home win.