BOURNEMOUTH were written off as relegation fodder a few weeks ago but things are looking up for Eddie Howe's men.
Four wins in five have lifted the Cherries to 13th and victory at struggling Swansea today will ease them eight clear of the Welsh.
The south-coast side's revival has coincided with the return to striker Callum Wilson who has netted four in four games since returning from injury including a hat-trick against Huddersfield last week.
Bournemouth have won all four Premier League meetings with the Swans and netted two or more in seven out of eight meetings.
Swansea have lost four successive Premier League matches but interestingly have never lost five on the spin in the English top flight. Could this be the day?
Biggest game of the day is Liverpool v Chelsea and while it looks tough to call I don't expect Jurgen Klopp's men to lose.
Since the German took charge the Reds lead a table of the big six with 37 points in 22 games and are unbeaten in five against the Blues.
However, their defensive frailties were once again exposed in midweek when they blew a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 at Sevilla.
Both teams have scored in 11 of the last 12 Premier League meetings between the sides and that could be the best bet at 8-13 with 10Bet.
Man United were disappointing in midweek as they crashed at Basel but at home they have a 100 per cent record with 28 goals in nine games.
Spurs are no bigger than 2-7 to beat managerless West Brom and should do so with plenty to spare after bouncing back from defeat at Arsenal last week to win away to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
The Baggies axed Tony Pulis after a fourth defeat in a row last week and could suffer a heavy defeat. Back Spurs -2 at 23-10 with betfair and with Harry Kane too short take a chance of deadball expert Christian Eriksen to score first at 11-2 with bet365.
In the Championship best bets are Aston Villa at home to Ipswich and Sheffield United who welcome Birmingham.
Bolton have lost just one in seven and are on the up but the revival could end at leaders Wolves who are on a run of four sucessive wins.
In League One I like Blackburn against a Bristol Rovers outfit who have lost six on the spin.
Goal-hungry Luton should take care of Crewe in League Two and I'm standing by Forest Green at home to Cheltenham.
- Bournemouth draw no bet
- Liverpool v Chelsea btts
- Spurs -2
- Aston Villa
- Sheffield Utd