IT'S gone from worse to Dier for Jose Mourinho with four successive defeats for Spurs.
The Special One's turned into the Special Moan as he rues injuries to star frontmen Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son.
Their absences have contributed to a loss of form while Eric Dier's confrontation with a fan overshadowed the side's FA Cup exit to Norwich on penalties in midweek.
Dier feared for his brother in the stand and waded in to confront a supporter after the defeat.
Spurs look in poor shape ahead of a visit to Burnley who are unbeaten in four. Victory today will leapfrog Spurs and could put them within a point of the Champions League places.
Chris Wood has been in fine form and is 6-4 at bet365 to net at any time.
Liverpool have lost three in four in three different competitions but have a big enough lead not to worry about losing the title.
However, Jurgen Klopp needs a win to lift the mood and should get it at home to Bournemouth who are back in the drop zone.
The champions-elect are a best 1-4 but having conceded seven in three there's a chance of a Cherries goal. Consider Liverpool and both to score at 17-10 with BetVictor.
Wolves are enjoying their Europa League run but are another side with Champions League aspirations.
They've been scoring plenty against top-quality opposition and should beat Brighton at home. Wolves are again good on accas at 4-6 with Betfred.
Tomorrow's big game is Man United vs Man City and there's no question United are back on track for a Champions Leaguie place after coming through a sticky spell.
United swept past Derby in the FA Cup in midweek with a weakened team and have beaten City twice at the Etihad this season.
However, City have won three in a row at Old Trafford so you can't rule out a fourth. Not easy to call but United are far too big at 9-2 so take United draw no bet at 31-10 with BetVictor.
I backed Fleetwood at Ipswich and Joey Barton's men are looking good for the League One play-offs after six wins and a draw at Sunderland.
Today the welcome Blackpool for a West Lancashire derby and should beat a side with one point in 18 on the road. Fleetwood were too big at Ipswich and look good at 23-20 with Ladbrokes.
Leaders West Brom and second-placed Leeds should stay in control of the two-top places in the Championship with victories at Swansea and home to Huddersfield respectively.
Lowly Wigan are third in the form table behind West Brom and Leeds and I like them at 3-4 with Unibet.
In League Two Crewe look best bets at home to a Stevenage side that's lost seven in a row to slump to the foot of the table. Crewe have won seven on the spin at home and look good for accas at 4-7 with BetVictor.
Plymouth are also strong at home and should beat a Macclesfield side that's taken one point from 15 on their travels. The Pilgrims are also a biggest 4-7 with BetVictor.
- Burnley draw no bet (5.30pm)
- Liverpool & Btts (12.30pm)
- Man United draw no bet (Sun)
- West Brom