THERE'S not a standout Premier League match on Saturday so let's focus on the battle to beat relegation.
Huddersfield are beginning to look sure-fire drop-outs after nine defeats in a row and are eight points adrift of today's opponents Cardiff in fourth bottom.
The Welsh side have won four at home and odds of 13-10 with bet365 are decent as they try to make it No.5.
Burnley are level with Cardiff after back-to-back wins and they can make it three in a row against second bottom Fulham. Sean Dyche's men have tightened up and are 3-1 at McBookie to win to nil.
At the other end of the table leaders Liverpool should bounce back from last week's defeat at Man City by winning at Brighton.
Liverpool, who rested stars in Monday's FA Cup loss at Wolves, are no bigger than 3-10 so consider them minus one at 5-6 with Betway.
The Championship remains a tough place to find winners and today my best bets are Hull and Bristol City.
Hull have won five league games in a row and are 11-10 at bet365 to sink a fairly ordinary Sheffield Wednesday side.
Bristol City have won three in a row to nil and should ease past Bolton whose last league game was a 6-0 horsing at Hull. The Robins are just 3-5 at McBookie.
Stoke could be a shout at Brentford at 11-5 with bet365 after making what seems to be a good managerial appointment in Nathan Jones.
As far as Luton are concerned Jones has been gone too long and a trip to Sunderland could end in more disappointment. Sunderland are unbeaten at home and are a best 6-4 at Marathonbet.
For an away pick Doncaster – three wins in a row including at Preston in the FA Cup – at Wycombe who have lost four on the spin. Donny are 7-5 at Marathonbet.
In League Two Mansfield could be the most likely winners at home to Yeovil while I like goals at Bury v MK Dons and Northampton v Carlisle.