BIG SAM'S made a perfect start at Everton – first he watched them wallop West Ham then guided them to a 2- victory against Huddersfield.
He was even able to stay at home as they defeated Apollon 3-0 in the Europa League on Thursday.
But Allardyce's dream start is about to hit the buffers as he runs into the Jurgen Klopp express.
In the first of a proper Super Sunday double header – Man United v Man City is the main course – the Toffees travel to Anfield to take on the rampant Reds.
Liverpool clinched their last-16 Champions League spot with a stunning 7-0 defeat of Spartak Moscow.
Allardyce is a master of stopping teams play but how do you shut out a side that's hit 12 in two games and 26 in seven.
Phillipe Coutinho claimed a hat-trick against Spartak and Mo Salah, Robert Firmino and Sadio Mane are all goal hungry.
Philippe Coutinho hit a hat-trick against Spartak and netted at Brighton last week. He is 6-4 at bet365 to net while Everton talisman Wayne Rooney is 10-3.
United v City is tougher to call. Paddy Power have paid out on City winning the title and to have a chance there's no doubt United must win to reduce the gap to five points.
Banned Paul Pogba is a huge loss and until recent weeks City looked untouchable. If a draw suited Jose Mourinho he'd probably get it but he can't park the bus which Pep Guardiola will like.
Can't pick a winner but hoping for a cracker and going with over 2.5 match goals at 10-11 with 188Bet.
Today best bets in the Premiership could be Leicester at a Newcastle side who have lost five out of six.
West Ham showed improvement as they lost 2-1 to Man City last week but I can't see them taking anything at home to Chelsea who are 1-2 with Ladbrokes and McBookie.
In the Championship leaders Wolves face Chris Coleman's Sunderland and should notch a convincing win. Wolves are 21-20 at Stan James to win by two or more.
Barnsley have lost four in a row and face a difficult test at home to Derby who can be backed at 5-4 with McBookie.
I also like Aston Villa at 4-5 with McBookie at home to Millwall and at a bigger price Ipswich could win at a Middlesbrough side who have lost three out of four. Ipswich are 17-4 at bet365 and 3-1 at Betfred draw no bet.
In League Two Luton are Britain's top scorers with 48 goals – 34 of them at home. They are top on goal difference from Notts County, who have netted 35, and the sides meet today.
Luton are a best 17-20 with McBookie and should win but a safer bet could be over 2.5 goals at 4-5 with Marathonbet. There have been 26 in Luton's last five while four of Notts County's previous six have produced three or more.
- Liverpool v Everton btts
- Man Utd v Man City over 2.5 goals
- Coutinho to score
- Wolves -1
- Ipswich draw no bet
- Luton v Notts County over 2.5 goals