IN the Premier League the early game sees leaders Man City visit Spurs who are still looking for a league goal from England star Harry Kane.
City have only lost one in five at White Hart Lane – twice running out 5-1 winners – and I’m on them 20-21 at Betfred.
Tonight’s live match sees Chelsea travel to Newcastle. I’m not sure how boss Steve McClaren is feeling after a midweek League Cup loss at home to Sheffield Wednesday reserves but at least he knows the Blues have been beaten on their last three visits to St James’s Park.
Even with Diego Costa banned Chelsea should win this time but are no bigger than 4-6 at boylesports. Loic Remy is likely to line up against his former side and is 7-4 at Betfred to score.
Every Leicester game has seen both teams score this season and a home clash with Arsenal should be no different. That pays 3-5 with William Hill.
Man United should see off Sunderland with the minimum of fuss and Anthony Martial is 1-1 with Ladbrokes to become the first player to score in his first three games for the club.
West Ham have done their best work away but I like 5-4 (Betfred) v Norwich and Stoke can edge out Bournemouth after improved performances.
Brighton have made an impeccable start to the season with six wins and two draws taking them to the top of the Championship.
Today they face a Bolton side at the wrong end of the table and an away win at 13-10 with the likes of bet365 and William Hill must be taken.
Neil Lennon will be casting envious eyes on the teams above him as he treads water with a skint Bolton who have managed just one win.
That came at home to Wolves but they have drawn their other three matches at the Reebok so Brighton can’t take them lightly.
While Hughton’s doing a great job his star man has been Hemed Tomer with five goals in six outings – including one for Israel. Tomer limped off at Huddersfield last week with a hamstring injury but should start.
He is 11-2 at bet365 to score first and 2-1 with Stan James to net at any time.
Elsewhere in the Championship I like Derby in the early game at MK Dons. After a poor start new boss Paul Clement has found his feet and is going for three wins in a row.
MK Dons rested players as they were hammered 6-0 at home to Southampton in midweek but have suffered five losses in a row. Take Derby at 11-10 with Betfred.
Birmingham are also worth a look at 11-10 at Betfred at home to basement boys Rotherham.