IT'S a bit of a funny weekend with the card split between Saturday and Sunday and of course many teams will be playing their second game in three days and that often upsets form.
Boxing Day results weren't the best and my advice would be to play with low stakes until we get through this busy holiday period.
One side who should cope better than most with a hectic schedule is Man Utd and they're running into decent form. The comeback win at Hull made it five in a row and Davie Moyes's men should see off a Norwich side who lost at home to Fulham on Boxing Day.
I could have added Man City -1 at home to Palace but instead I'm taking a chance on Luton in the Conference Premier. Luton remain unbeaten at home with eight wins and three draws and should take care of a Kidderminster side who have lost their last three on the road.
Kidderminster occupy a play-off spot but have only won four away and netted 12 goals.
Complete the treble with Albion Rovers at home to Queen's Park in Scottish League Two. Rovers are on a decent run and are unbeaten in four since stunning Premiership Motherwell in the Scottish Cup.
That result has lifted confidence and since then they've beaten Stirling and drawn with top two Peterhead and Clyde. As long as complacency doesn't enter their minds they should beat a Queen's side who are now detached at the bottom by 13 points and have lost five on the bounce, conceding 16 gols in that spell.
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