THERE are two cracking live Premier League games today and that's not always the case.
First up it's Spurs v Liverpool followed by Watford v Man United – with Jose Mourinho facing a massive test against one of three sides with a 100 per cent record after four games.
That's right we're just four games into the Premier League season and it seems to have been going on forever.
An early international break helps no one but Spurs-Liverpool should get everyone interested again.
However, it's the match at Vicarage Road I'm focusing onfrom a betting perspective as Watford are as big as 7-2 at betfair to win.
Okay, Man United are traditionally the bigger and better team but not many will fancy their chances against a side who beat Spurs last time out.
Jose Mourinho's men beat a struggling Burnley but still have huge problems and don't justify a price of evens at Marathonbet.
Watford gaffer Javi Gracia's has been using a narrow 4-2-2-2 formation with players biting at opponents like terriers and United won't fancy this one bit.
At worst Watford should bag a draw and Watford draw no bet at 2-1 McBookie or Watford not to lose at 10-11 with Betway attract.
At first glance Spurs v Liverpool looks a goalfest with so many top attackers on show. Historically it's not always been the case with two of the past three meetings going under 2.5 goals.
However, the title rivals will be keen to put on a show at Wembley and both to score should land at 11-20 with Marathonbet.
Liverpool are one of the other sides with maximum points while the loss at Watford was Spurs' only blemish.
Again the away side are hot favourites and Spurs will tempt some at 2-1 with bet365 but I'm on the draw at 5-2.
As for the 3pm kick-offs Man City and Chelsea – the other 100 per centers – should win with plenty to spare against Fulham and Cardiff respectively.
A double on home wins and over 2.5 match goals pays 6-5 at Ladbrokes with the only concern being about stars returning after international breaks.
Bournemouth v Leicester has produced just four goals in four season – with three going under 1.5 goals. Followers of stats might like under 2.5 goals at evens with McBookie.
There is a tough set of fixtures in the Championship today but Derby will be one of my aways at 11-10 with McBookie at Rotherham.
Frank Lampard's men have won four in a row while Rotherham are finding their feet after promotion. The last three on the h2h have finished in score draws so I wouldn't put anyone off taking both to score.
In League One something has to give when unbeaten top two Peterborough and Portsmouth meet. I'll give this one to the home men at 7-4 with Betway. After wrecking his flat Posh striker Jason Cummings is 13-2 to help destroy Pompey with the opener.
Joey Barton's Fleetwood have started fairly well and last week's draw at Sunderland suggests he knows what he's doing.
His men have strangely just won once at home but should take care of mid-table Accrington at evens with Betfred.
In League Two leaders Lincoln should bounce back from last week's shock home defeat by Crawley as they visit lowly Macclesfield. Lincoln are 11-10 at Marathonbet.
- Watford draw no bet
- Spurs v Liverpool draw
- Bournemouth v Leicester under 2.5 goals
- Chelsea & overs/Man City & overs double