IT'S a busy midweek with a full card of Premier League games but only two tonight – Everton v Arsenal and Bournemouth v Leicester.
Everton's loss to Watford at the weekend made it one win in nine after a good start and the pressure's starting to build on Ronald Koeman although he has a three-year deal.
Arsenal, meanwhile, are on a run of 14 games without a loss and as it stands it looks a fight between them and Chelsea for the title.
The Gunners are no bigger than 9-13 with 10Bet and while some will baulk at the price they should win.
Everton have conceded 11 goals in five games so Arsenal to score 2+ at 5-6 with McBookie. Mesut Ozil took his season's tally to nine against Stoke and is 37-10 at 888sport to score again.
The other game between Bournemouth and Leicester could be goal-laden. Bournemouth's last home game was that 4-3 cracker against Liverpool while the Foxes finally hit for in the league with a 4-2 thrashing of Man City that could have been more emphatic.
With their confidence restored Leicester will go looking for three points but may have to settle for one. Best bet though is over 2.5 match goals at 16-19 at 888sport.
After ending his goal drought with a hat-trick at the weekend Jamie Vardy is 21-10 at Ladbrokes to score while Bournemouth hitman Callum Wilson is 6-4 at Marathonbet.
There are also two games in the Scottish Premiership with runaway leaders taking on Hamilton at home and Aberdeen welcoming Motherwell.
To say Celtic can score as many would be doing Hamilton an injustice but it almost feels that way. The champions have won 13 out of 14 in the Premiership and netted four or more in half those games.
Accies lost eight to a Ronny Deila-led team on their visit to Parkhead and must boss Alan Archibald must fear the worst tonight.
He'll be tempted to park the bus but might need the entire Park's of Hamilton fleet to keep out the home side. Celtic are just 1-7 with William Hill so where's the value?
To win by three or more the Hoops are evens at Paddy Power and to net four or more you can have 9-5 with Marathonbet.
Over 3.5 match goals is also evens at Paddy Power while both to score pays 13-10 at Marathonbet – and even when conceding eight Accies managed a consolation.
Brendan Rodgers rested Moussa Dembele last Friday with Leigh Griffiths starting and scoring – but not first.
That honour went to Stuart Armstrong and the last time a Celtic striker scored first was on October 23 when Moussa Dembele netted last in the Betfred Cup semi-final win against Rangers.
Midfielders such as Armstrong, Tom Rogic and Patrick Roberts have got in the act since so consider Rogic at 9-1 wwth Ladbrokes to score first.
Tonight's other game sees Aberdeen face Motherwell after both teams were involved in 0-0 draws at the weekend. The Dons are no bigger than 1-2 with McBookie but should edge a win.
Bets to Consider
Celtic v Accies over 3.5 goals
Rogic to score first
Arsenal to score 2+
Ozil to score
Bournemouth v Leicester over 2.5 goals
Vardy to score