IF you could only have one bet tonight it would have to involve goals at Carrow Road.
Norwich entertain Spurs and that should be the right word to describe a game which should be in direct contrast to last night's no-score between Stoke and Aston Villa.
Paul Lambert's Norwich have been a breath of fresh air, scoring plenty but not keeping a clean sheet so far.
And Spurs are hardly dull with the majority of their games going over 2.5 goals.
So let's be more ambitious and try over 3.5 goals at 7-4 with Coral and Stan James and Spurs at 17-10 with Betfred to net in both halves.
For all that Norwich have brought to the Premier League you have to fear for them if Spurs are in full flow.
Gareth Bale impressed me against Chelsea and I'd look at him to score at 3-1 with Ladbrokes while he is 9-1 with the same firm to hit the opener.
For Norwich their dangerman is Grant Holt and he is 5-2 at unibet and Skybet to hit the target.
Arsenal put their home game with Wolves back 24 hours because of the tube strike and hopefully they won't mess up for backers of favourites as Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City did on Monday.
Bookies feared a night of carnage but they got off lightly with only Man United of the top six winning.
The third Premier League game sees promoted sides Swansea and QPR meet at the Liberty.
Two of their last three meetings ended 0-0 and this could be another low scorer. Swansea have conceded just two goals at home all season but won just four of eight.
QPR have picked more points on their travels than at home but haven't drawn yet. After five of the seven EPL games on Monday ended in stalemate this could be another and that pays 5-2 at Chandler.
Over 2.5 goals at Norwich
Both teams to score at Norwich
(4-6, Stan James)
Van Persie to score first
Draw Swansea v QPR