Bet 1: West Ham (HOME) @ 2.7 (17/10)
This is an FA Cup quarter-final replay with the victors earning a place at Wembley against Everton. The original match finished 1-1 at Old Trafford with Anthony Martial scoring late on to earn a replay for United.
The Hammers are only marginal favourites and I think that's wrong as they have been the better team this season. I appreciate that the visitors are a point and a place better off in the league table but you have to look at where the two clubs were last season and also at the performances.
Slaven Bilic's men haven't been beaten since the beginning of February and we have to go all the way back to August since they suffered a defeat at home. They produced a superb comeback to draw 3-3 with Arsenal on Saturday, while the visitors were thrashed 3-0 at White Hart Lane.
Louis van Gaal's side have now lost five of their last seven games on the road and they have fired three blanks in their four most recent outings.
Bet 2: Bayern Munich (AWAY) @ 1.66 (4/6)
This Champions League tie is finely poised with Benfica managing to escape from Germany with only a 1-0 defeat. Given that fact, I really don't think that Bayern will be resting on their laurels and I quite fancy them to go to Portugal and win.
Pep Guardiola will be keen to lift the Champions League with Bayern before he departs for the Premier League and despite his team already being beaten at Arsenal and being held by Juventus this season, I rate those two as better sides than Benfica on the whole.
I would also argue that Rui Vitória's men have had kind fixtures in this competition this season as they were in one of the weakest groups and then mugged Zenit in the last 16 with late goals in both legs of their tie.
It's also worth noting that the hosts are in a titanic struggle with Sporting Lisbon for their domestic league title while the Germans aren't under quite as much pressure in the Bundesliga.
Bet 3: Crystal Palace v Everton (Over 2.5 goals) @ 2.0 (1/1)
To the Premier League now as Everton's visit to Crystal Palace should result in at least three goals being scored.
The Eagles picked up a much needed three points at the weekend - their first of 2016 - and that result has left them six points ahead of Norwich below them and 10 points clear of the relegation zone.
That should lift the pressure off their shoulders and I expect Alan Pardew's players to play with more freedom this evening. They have struggled for goals at times this season but they are facing one of the poorest performing defences in the league this term.
Everton have conceded 43 goals thus far and with 52 scored at the other end, their matches are averaging 3.06 goals each time - the highest in the entire division. A total of 17 of their 31 have seen over 2.5 backers rewarded and that includes three of their last five away from Goodison Park.
Bet 4: Atletico Madrid v Barcelona (Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.85 (17/20)
Our final selection is arguably the most intriguing match in the world this evening as, Spanish giants, Atletico Madrid take on Barcelona with their Champions League tie hanging in the balance.
Diego Simeone's side took a shock lead in the first leg at the Nou Camp thanks to the in-form, Fernando Torres. 'El Nino' saw red 10 minutes later though and not only did Atleti succumb to two second half Barca goals, Torres is also suspended for this match.
That will hurt their chances of scoring as it was Torres again who was the main threat in their 3-1 La Liga win at the weekend as he scored and assisted, so I think the manager will try and keep it tight for a long period before loosening the reins in the final half an hour.
Barcelona have the best forward line on the planet but they don't need to score at Vicente Calderón unless they concede and given Atletico's superb defensive record, I would imagine that Luis Enrique's main aim will be to keep a clean sheet so that they don't have to score themselves.
Back West Ham @ 2.7 (7/10)
Back Bayern Munich @ 1.66 (4/6)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Crystal Palace v Everton @ 2.0 (1/1)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Atletico Madrid v Barcelona @ 1.85 (17/20)
The Multiple pays approximately 16.58 (16/1)
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