MAN CITY and Liverpool gave us some decent returns last week but the top two in the Premier League – as well as Man United – don't play today so I'm focusing on a sleeping giant in Leeds.
The Elland Road men have been in the Championship too long but have been a car crash of a club in recent seasons.
However, there are signs fortunes could be about to change and it could be down to one man.
When Marcelo Bielsa was appointed boss he became the eighth man in eight seasons to lead the club into a new campaign.
Unlike most of the others the Argentine is a top boss who won't hang around the lower leagues for long.
He's managed Argentina and Chile as well as clubs such as Athletic Bilbao and Marseille and has made a super start at Leeds with two league wins and seven goals netted against Stoke and Derby.
Already his side are being tipped for the title and he should make it three wins a row against Yorkshire rivals Rotherham today.
While Leeds are scoring for fun their opponents are as leaky as a second-hand sieve this could be a convincing win.
Rotherham started by being routed 5-1 at Brentford but bounced back to beat a powderpuff Ipswich 1-0.
Bielsa has made some good signings such as Patrick Bamford and it's no surprise to see tham as short as 9-20 with McBookie.
Aston Villa are aiming to win their three opening league games for the first time in 56 years and should achieve it at Ipswich.
Steve Bruce's side, boosted by the signing of John McGinn, beat the Tractor Boys home and away last season and are 23-20 at McBookie to triumph.
In the Premier League I'll be on Man City on the handicaps at home to Huddersfield tomorrow, despite the loss of Kevin de Bruyne, and Liverpool at Crystal Palace on Monday while today's best bets could be Spurs at home to Fulham.
Spurs are stuck at Wembley for a few more weeks but the stadium is growing on them and they are just 3-10 at Marathonbet.
They started with a fine 2-1 at Newcastle and should take care of the promoted side with plenty to spare.
Harry Kane still hasn't scored in August so back his international team-mate Dele Alli to net first at 7-1 with Paddy Power.
Msot exciting game could be Leicester against promoted Wolves with both sides decent going forward. Both to score in this one pays 10-11 at betfair and Jamie Vardy, whose pace could frighten the newcomers, is 23-17 at Unibet to net.
New Everton boss Marco Silva has done some decent business in the transfer market and they should beat Southampton at home at 11-12 with Unibet.
The absence of last week's two-goal hero Richarlison is a blow but the Toffees should have enough to see off a side that just avoided the drop.
Tonight's TV game between Chelsea and Arsenal is tough to call with both clubs finding their feet under new managers.
The Gunners are unbeaten in five against the Blues and can take a point at Stamford Bridge. A draw pays 3-1 at McBookie.
- Leicester v Wolves btts
- Vardy to score
- Leeds -1
- Aston Villa
- Alli to score first
- Chelsea v Arsenal draw