Ghana 1.282/7 v Comoros 13.5, the Draw 5.39/2
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Two teams still in with a chance of making the next round of the African Cup of Nations meet on Tuesday afternoon and our previewer has found a way to back the favourites.
James Eastham says: "The 'winner takes all' nature of the fixture suggests an open, entertaining encounter is likely. Expect Ghana to take the initiative, and play on the front foot from the outset: still smarting after the late equaliser that saw them drop points against Gabon (1-1) in their last fixture, they'll be keen to put things right.
"The Black Stars ought to be too strong for Comoros over the 90 minutes. With Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew and Thomas Partey, among others, in their starting line-up, they should have too much class in key areas of the pitch. Ghana are 1.330/100 to win.
"For bigger odds, consider backing Ghana -1.0 on the Asian Handicap. With this selection, you'll get your stakes back if Ghana win by a single goal, and make a profit if they win by two or more goals."
James' bet: Back Ghana -1.5 @ 2.111/10
Burnley 2.3211/8 v Watford 3.45, the Draw 3.45
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Fresh from their draw at St James' Park, Watford head to Turf Moor for another relegation six-pointer.
Dave Tindall says: "The price on Burnley for this match give punters the exact same question they had with Newcastle: even though the opposition aren't the best, can you back a side to win at home at just north of evens when they've only won a single match all season.
"I said 'yes' when previewing the Newcastle v Watford game and won't be making the same mistake here! In truth, it seems easier to refuse a bet on Burnley. Chris Wood, so long the senior striker at the club, has left while top scorer Maxwell Cornet is away at the African Cup of Nations. The hosts were already struggling to find the net but where are the goals going to come from now?
"By contrast, Watford have Emmanuel Dennis - the Premier League's joint-fourth highest scorer in their ranks - while Josh King and Pedro also offer an attacking threat. King takes penalties and Pedro now has two in two having also scored in the FA Cup loss at Leicester.
"Only seven teams have scored more away goals this season that Watford so if they can take their chances the game is there for them."
Dave's bet: Back Watford and both teams to score @ 7.413/2
Aberdeen 6.25/1 v Rangers 1.75/7, the Draw 3.9
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Scottish Premiership leader Rangers will bid to reopen their six-point gap at the top but they will be fully aware that a trip to Pittodrie is never easy.
Andy Schooler says: "Rangers have only won on five of their 10 visits since their return to the top flight and while a 50% success rate would be great in many leagues, it isn't in this one for a member of the Old Firm.
"A big factor behind that statistic is the rivalry between the clubs, one which has simmered constantly since Neil Simpson's infamous tackle on Ian Durrant in 1988. Youngsters - look it up on YouTube. On second thoughts, don't - it's horrific.
"The matches between the sides are usually pretty spicy, with cards aplenty. The referee here is Kevin Clancy, who is showing over 4.3 cards per game this season - well above the Premiership average.
"The Aberdeen fans love nothing more than a victory over the Gers and this will be the first clash at Pittodrie in front of a crowd since the pandemic began which should add a little something extra."
Andy's bet: Back Lewis Ferguson to be shown a card @ 2.6313/8
Fulham 1.282/7 v Birmingham 13.5, the Draw 6.411/2
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The Championship leaders make up the first leg in today's ACCA (you'll have to read article to find out about the other legs) as they try to win their game in hand and pull away from their rivals.
Paul Robinson says: "The Cottagers are back in form and they are back scoring goals too. Following a little dry spell that affected their results, Marco Silva's side went to Reading and won 7-0. They then followed that up with a 6-2 home victory over Bristol City at the weekend.
"It's hard to imagine them not giving Birmingham a good hiding at the Cottage tonight, especially as the visitors are winless in six in all competitions. It's also worth noting that two of their last three on the road have seen this selection land."
Paul's bet: Back Chelsea, Over 2.5 Goals in Fulham v Birmingham, and BTTS in Preston v Sheffield United @ an Odds Boost 6.05/1
Bochum 3.814/5 v Mainz 2.111/10, the Draw 3.613/5
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Kevin Hatchard made a winning start to the week in Portugal yesterday, so can he keep it going in Germany this evening?
Kevin Hatchard says: "The two teams met in the Bundesliga on Saturday, and although Mainz scraped a 1-0 win, it's worth noting that Bochum missed a penalty with the score at 0-0. When these sides met in the reverse fixture at the Ruhrstadion, Bochum won 2-0, a game that included a stunning solo goal from winger Gerritt Holtmann.
"Bochum have only lost one of their last seven home games in the league, and with the international break on the horizon, my suspicion is that coach Thomas Reis will take this game seriously. Bochum are in mid-table in the league, so they have scope to play their best side here.
"Mainz have lost their last four away games, and they do tend to be stronger at the MEWA Arena. They haven't kept a clean sheet on their travels since September, and they certainly didn't outclass Bochum at the weekend."
Kevin's bet: Back Bochum/Draw Double Chance and Under 3.5 Goals @ 2.111/10
Brighton 5.39/2 v Chelsea 1.794/5, the Draw 3.8514/5
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A lack of players, urgency and indications from recent stats make the draw a real possibility between Brighton and Chelsea for our previewer.
Paul Higham says: "Chelsea have never lost against Brighton in 13 league games (W3 D10) and that's a record for the club. They've also scored in all nine away games against Brighton in all competitions.
"So we can probably expect Chelsea to score again, but you've got to be looking at the draw at 3.85 for this game for a number of factors.
"Yes, Tuchel will want a response after that deflating Man City defeat, but that was a huge blow and his team knows now that they're out of the title running. Against a hard-working Brighton side at home it'll be tough to keep the motivation high for 90 minutes.
"There's also Brighton's form - with 10 draws from just 20 games it doesn't take Carol Vorderman to work out drawing 50% of your games is quote a lot! It's the most in 20 games since Sunderland drew 11 from 20 back in 2014-15."
Paul's bet: Back the draw @ 3.8514/5