ARSENAL are four points clear of the chasing pack and there's now way that gap will be reduced on Wednesday.
The Gunners have a routine home clash with Hull – and it should be routine despite Steve Bruce's men beating Liverpool 3-1 at the weekend.
Hull have lost five out of six away and with Arsenal no bigger than 2-9 consider them -1 at 8-13 with McBookie.com. Ladbrokes offer an enhanced price of 1-3 of you take them in a five-team accumulator on a special coupon.
So what of Arsenal's title rivals? Chelsea are too short for me at 4-7 away to Sunderland while Man City but our resident stats man has drawn my attention to the fact the Blues have beaten their opponents 17 out of the last 17 meetings.
That's a strong argument for backing the away but with Sunderland beating Man City at home and looking more solid under Gus Poyet I'd still want better odds than what are available.
I also need to be convinced about Man City finding a way to play away before I'll back them at 8-13 at West Brom. At the Etihad I'd take them to beat anyone but on the road their record is worse than my wife's!
Man United boss Davie Moyes welcomes his old side Everton to Old Trafford with his men trailing the Blues by two points.
This should be a cracker and instead of taking United at 3-4 with William Hill I'll be on over 2.5 goals at McBookie. In fact I don't even know if I'll be on a United win.
Their last two Premier League matches have finished 2-2 while Everton have netted seven in their last two outings so a stalemate is possible.
Wayne Rooney though is on fire with and has netted three goals in those draws and must be considered at 13-8 with bet365 to net at anytime.
Liverpool should bounce back from that Hull hell by beating a Norwich side whose defenders will be sh*****g themselves every time Luis Suarez touches the ball.
The Uruguayan has netted seven goals in three outings against Norwich and there is no truth in the rumour he's being presented with the match ball before the game stats at Anfield.
Suarez is a best 12-5 at McBookie and BetVictor to score first but he is missing sidekick Daniel Sturridge and that was obvious at Hull where he was pretty quiet.
Newcastle could be the best bets having climbed into the top six with four wins in a row. Alan Pardew's men are high on confidence and a tempting 13-5 with Coral at a Swansea side whose only win in six was at Fulham.
Elsewhere it's difficult to see Fulham under Rene Meulensteen taking anything at home to Spurs but again in the theme of the night the away is short at 8-11 (various).
Southampton should edge out Aston Villa but who wants 7-10? The Stoke v Cardiff clash looks a low-scoring draw.
Suarez to score first
(12-5, McBookie, BetVictor)
Rooney to score