THERE is a full card of Premier League matches on Tuesday and Wednesday and it's a tricky-looking set of fixtures.
Out of the 12 teams in action on Tuesday only two are odds on – Man Utd at home to Stoke and Swansea at home to QPR.
They should both win with the double paying 6-4 at McBookie and BetVictor. The only other side close to evens are Liverpool who are 11-10 at McBookie and BetVictor and it shows how far the Reds have fallen to be priced up that big against a side who have taken just two points from their last 24.
I backed Liverpool to sink Stoke on Saturday and they left it late but this is a game they must win if they're to be serious about a challenge for the top four.
Skipper Steve Gerrard was rested for the Stoke game and if he's back take him at 17-5 with 888sport to score.
Add Liverpool to Man Utd and Swansea and you have a treble that pays 9-2 at McBookie and BetVictor but of the three the Anfield men are the biggest concern and I wonder if bookies are dangling an 11-10 carrot.
Man Utd will feature on the bulk of accas. Louis van Gaal's side are aiming for four league wins on the bounce against a Stoke who have lost their last 11 at Old Trafford. United are 4-9 (various) and on-form Wayne Rooney is 6-5 at Coral to score.
Another striker in cracking form is Wilfried Bony and he's 4-1 with McBookie and BetVictor to break the deadlock. Swansea are 3-4 with McBookie to beat a QPR side who have lost all six away, scoring two goals.
So what of the rest? West Ham tempt at 6-4 with William Hill at a West Brom side who are beginning to struggle after a promising start under Alan Irvine. The Hammers are in good nick under Big Sam and Andy Carroll's back to add a bit of menace to their attack.
I can see West Ham winning but may play safer with West Ham draw no bet at 6-5 with McBookie and BetVictor.
Newcastle are a best 17-10 with McBookie and BetVictor and it looks quite big even though Burnley's results have improved of late. Alan Pardew's men won five in a row before losing at West Ham on Saturday but should get back on track.
I may be in danger of picking up a few splinters but again I'm looking at Newcastle draw no bet at 20-23 with McBookie and BetVictor.
The final game sees Crystal Palace entertain Aston Villa. I'd favour Palace but Villa have drawn their last two after six losses in a row and have Christian Benteke back from a ban.
Palace have been impressive at home, beating Liverpool 3-1, and are 21-20 with most bookies but there are enough doubts for me to leave this one alone.
There are two games in League One with Sheffield United entertaining on-form MK Dons and Barnsley taking on Doncaster as well as a full card in the Conference Premier.
MK Dons blitzed Colchester 6-0 at the weekend and are unbeaten in eight. They shouldn't be underdogs at 2-1 with William Hill and while I believe they'll win the one worry is boss Karl Robinson's rotation policy.
He hasn't named the same line-up twice in a row and is expected to ring the changes again while Blades boss Nigel Clough has on-loan striker Chris O'Grady in contention for a start and Michael Higdon and Marc McNulty fit again.
Doncaster have an impressive away record with five wins as opposed to just one at home. Barnsley have lost two in a row and have doubts over Peter Ramage and Ryan Williams while striker Sam Winnall is out.
Donny look worth backing at a best 21-10 with William Hill but a safer bet could be over 2.5 goals. Barnsley's last 10 at home have been over 2.5 goals as have nine of Doncaster's previous 10 on the road.
Man Utd/Swansea double
West Ham/Newcastle draw no bet double
Bony to score first
Gerrard to score
(2-1, William Hill)
Barnsley v Doncaster over 2.5 goals