LIVERPOOL have taken over from Man City as the Premier League's most watchable team and today's meeting with Leicester promises to be a goalfest.
Jurgen Klopp's men can't defend – which explains paying £75million for Virgil van Dijk – but they expect to score more than the opposition and have netted 75 in all competitions.
Their fab four of Philippe Coutinho, Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane have been in sparkling form with the Reds racking up 12 goals in their Premier League games.
Leicester also like to attack at pace and it's set up for goals at either end. The Foxes' matches have gone over 2.5 in five of the last six and last season they were beaten 4-1 at Anfield while they lost 3-2 at the King Power back in September.
With games coming thick and fast Klopp could rotate but he's more likely to do that away from home at Burnley on New Year's Day.
Just to win Liverpool are extremely short at 1-3 so consider Liverpool and both to score at 29-20 with McBookie.
Man City made it a remarkable 18 league wins in a row at Newcastle on Wednesday and should make it 19 at Crystal Palace tomorrow.
Newcastle parked the bus and made it difficult but Palace played out a more open game as they went down 3-2 against Arsenal on Thursday. Four of their last five have gone over 2.5
An extra day's rest will be an advantage for City who are again short at 2-7. Consider City and over 2.5 goals at 4-6 with Ladbrokes at a venue where they have won four out of five.
Man United are winless in three but should get back on track at home to a Southampton side without a victory in seven and preparing to rebuild with £75m – minus Celtic's sell-on fee – in their back pocket.
Bournemouth v Everton and Watford v Carlos Carvahal's Swansea look draws as does Huddersfield v Brighton on a tough Premier League card.
In the Championship best bets could be Leeds who are going for five wins in a row against stuggling Birmingham. Leeds have lost just one in seven at St Andrews and are 7-5 with McBookie.
The big game between Bristol City and Wolves could go either way and goals could be at a premium. Leaders Wolves' last four have gone under 1.5 goals – three 1-0 wins and a 0-0 draw. Under 2.5 goals pays 4-5 at Marathonbet.
Sheffield United ended a barren spell by beating Sunderland and should follow up with three points against Bolton. They are 8-13 at McBookie.
In League One I like Blackburn at home to Scunthorpe at 5-6 with Stan James while Peterborough – four wins in five – can add to Robbie Neilson's misery at MK Dons. The Posh are 7-4 at Stan James.
Wycombe look good in League Two at 13-10 with BetBright at home to Mansfield and Lincoln should beat Forest Green who are back at the foot. The sides were promoted last year and Lincoln have coped better. They are 8-13 at BetBright.
- Liverpool & btts v Leicester
- Man City & over 2.5 goals
- Bristol City v Wolves under 2.5 goals
- Peterborough at MK Dons
- Wycombe to beat Mansfield