HARRY KANE'S back and I'm tipping him to sink Stoke.
Spurs' main man wasn't needed off the bench last week as his side turned on the style to win at Chelsea for the first time in 28 years.
Next up it's a trip to struggling Stoke who have scored just four in eight games and you can be sure Paul Lambert will be aiming for damage limitation as he did at Arsenal last week.
Kane has netted 39 this season and will be raring to go after being out since the end of February. He has scored on nine of his last 10 starts and is 3-4 at Betway to notch at any time – 11-5 with Betfred to strike first.
Spurs are no bigger than 1-3 at McBookie to win so consider them at 10-11 with Betfred to do so by more than two.
Elsewhere today Leicester should use home advantage to edge out a Newcastle side who look safe in 13th after losing just one in seven.
Bournemouth have hit some form as they stay on target for a top-half finish and should beat a Crystal Palace side who have lost nine out of 10 away. The home pays 6-4 at William Hill and McBookie.
Brighton welcome a Huddersfield side with a terrible away record. Support the Seagulls at 10-11 with Marathonbet and take Glenn Murray to score at 6-4 with SportPesa.
West Brom finally parted company with Alan Pardew last week after nine defeats in a row. They can stop the rot at home to Swansea by nicking a point and Watford v Burnley also looks a draw.
In normal circumstances I'd have focused on the derbies at Everton and Man City but for two of the sides their priorities lie elsewhere.
Liverpool travel to Goodison at lunchtime and in the live teatime game Man City could clinch the title by beating Man United.
With Liverpool taking a 3-0 Champions League lead to the Etihad on Tuesday both sides could rest players so don't consider a bet until team news is revealed.
City are 6-1 at Marathonbet to overturn the deficit and reach the semis but without an away goal I can't see it.
Normally I'd back Liverpool and City to win today but best bet could be to back their rivals not to lose with the double paying 3-1 at bet365 – but as I said I want to see starting line-ups.
In the Championship Millwall look a good bet at 5-4 at home to Bristol City.
The Lions have pushed into play-off contention with six wins in seven and are level on points with a stuttering City who put on one of their worst shows of the season in losing at home to Brentford on Easter Monday.
Six or seven sides are battling for two play-off spots and while Brentford are five points off sixth they have a slim chance. They should beat Ipswich, who have told boss Mick McCarthy he'll be stood down, and are 8-15 at McBookie.
Middlesbrough are clinging on to sixth and should beat a Nottm Forest side who have stopped scoring. Boro are 4-6 at Paddy Power.
Fulham have clinched their spot after an incredible run and should maintain their form by beating Sheffield Wednesday at 9-10 with McBookie but best here could be goals and btts and over 2.5 pays 6-5 at Marathonbet.
In League One Blackburn should stay top by making it seven wins out of eight when Southend visit. They are 1-2 at McBookie.
Plymouth lie ninth but are just one point behind today's opponents Peterborough and victory will make Derek Adams's side favourites for a play-off spot. They are 17-10 at Marathonbet to see off a side with one defeat in six under new boss Steve Evans.
Accrington have also won seven in eight as they close in on the League Two title and are 17-10 with Marathonbet to win at Colchester.
- Kane to score first
- Vardy to score first
- Sheff Wed v Fulham btts & overs