WATFORD were my featured English bet last week and we said Gracia as they hammered Huddersfield.
Javi Gracia's side look back to their early-season form and now head to a side whose confidence is rock bottom.
Newcastle continue to be a car crash of a club and there's a little sign of improvement after taking just three points from 10 games.
Remarkably it's zero from 15 in front of their suffering home support and Watford can add to their misery on Saturday.
The Hornets are nicely priced at 19-10 with 888sport and amazingly that makes them underdogs. Watford have won on their two visits to St James' Park since Rafael Benitez's men returned to the top flight and have lost once on their travels this season.
Another unfashionable side riding high are Bournemouth and I fancy them to give Man United a massive test at the Vitality in the lunchtime TV game.
Eddie Howe's men love playing the underdog but are actually three points clear of Jose Mourinho's men and unbeaten at home.
United have struggled in the Champions League but looked better against Chelsea and Everton with fans happy to see Romelu Lukaku dropped and Anthony Martial back in the picture.
The tea-time TV game could be a cracker between Arsenal and Liverpool. Arsenal's 11-game winning run was ended by a late Crystal Palace equaliser but they're playing some good stuff under Unai Emery.
Liverpool and Man City continue to set the pace but the Gunners are just four back so it's a game they'll be desperate to win.
Jurgen Klopp's men usually step up against better opponents and are unbeaten on their last two visits with the scorelines being 3-3 and 3-4.
Another of those would do nicely and there's a decent chance of goals with Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in good form and Liverpool's Mo Salah and Sadio Mane beginning to motor after a quiet start to the season.
Sit back and enjoy this one and hope for over 3.5 match goals at 11-8 with William Hill.
Even later at 7.45pm we have Wolves v Spurs and I've not been impressed by either recently. Both have struggled for goals and under 2.5 at 10-11 with bet365 could be the call.
Elsewhere all eyes will be on Leicester as they return to football matters at Cardiff. It's difficult to see how players so stunned by their owner's tragic death will be able to perform but I'm sure the talk in the dressing room will be “let's do it for Vichai”.
Leicester will have the support of the world – barring Cardiff fans -and are a decent price at 5-4 with Marathonbet.
Jamie Vardy was one of the most emotional players at last week's tributes and is 9-2 at Betfred to score and of course celebrate in the appropriate way.
In the Championship Norwich look best bets at Sheffield Wednesday. Norwich are flying, just three points off the top, and rested most of their players at Bournemouth in midweek. The Owls have lost three in a row and the Canaries are 21-10 at Sky Bet.
Sunderland did me a turn last week in League One and I'm on them to make it six wins in a row at Plymouth. Derek Adams's men have moved off the foot with successive wins but Jack Ross can take the points.
- Bournemouth draw no bet
- Arsenal v Liverpool over 3.5 goals