I PICKED five out of six in the English Premiership on Saturday and I'm hoping for a similar result today.
The correct tips included draws at Everton and Newcastle while Blackburn's defeat was the one I got wrong.
I'm looking at another draw in Sunday's showdown between Man City and Arsenal. City are protectings a 110 per cent home record but this could go against them if the Gunners produce the sort of display that blew away Chelsea 5-3 at the Bridge.
City look a bit short at a biggest 7-10 with bet365 and Hills while Arsenal are a biggest 5-1 at firms including Paddy Power. It's tough to oppose City on their home patch so a draw at 14-5 with Chandler is the call.
Mancini’s men have conceded in their last seven league games so look at both teams to score at 5-6 with Skybet.
Arsenal are over-reliants on Robin van Persie who has 15 goals in 15 games. He is 2-1 with boylesports to score at anytime.
I hate to keep saying it but after 1-0 wins at Swansea and Aston Villa this could be another.
Liverpool have been decent on the road, Fulham apart, and will be looking to notch their fifth away win at Aston Villa.
Alex McLeish's men were panned for the way they played in that 1-0 defeat to United but recovered well to win at Bolton.
The final game sees Spurs try to bounce back from last week's loss at Stoke by beating Sunderland. It's Martin O'Neill's first away game and a huge test after his side's late show against Blackburn last week.
Harry Redknapp rested most of his stars against Shamrock Rovers in midweek and I don't think even O'Neill can turn round Sunderland so quickly and get a result. Take Spurs at 2-5 with Paddy Power and William Hill among others.
The one game in the Championship sees local rivals Portsmouth and Southampton meet. It looks like a score draw as Saints try to avoid three away defeats on the bounce.
In the SPL, Celtic head to Perth looking for revenge after losing to St Johnstone at home earlier in the season.
And they could be getting them at a good time after Saints suffered back-to-back home defeats to Motherwell and Aberdeen.
Celtic looked impressive at Udinese and haven't conceded an SPL goal in the three games.
I'll be on them at a best 1-2 (various) while William Hill go 5-4 Celtic to win to nil.
Both to score at Man City
(1-1, Ladbrokes, Coral)
Celtic to win to nil
(5-4, William Hill)