WHAT better way to spend Valentine's Day than accept the remote from your loved one and settle down to Super Sunday.
There's bound to be a few domestics around the country as couples debate whether to go for a romatic lunch or watch the footie.
I wear the trousers in my house (honest) so there's no debate and a starter of Arsenal v Leicester followed by a main course of Man City v Spurs wins hands down. And I may have a dessert of Barcelona v Celta Vigo – although I might have to watch all three down the local.
And remember to enter our Valentine's Day contest to win cash of Sergio Aguero or Harry Kane score.
Last week I said I’d accept Leicester could take the Premier League crown if they won at Man City – and they did so I will.
The Foxes, who were 10,000-1 with Ladbrokes at the start of the season to top the table, were made favourites for the first time after demolishing City 3-1. I tipped the Foxes not to lose at 6-4 but was taken aback by their ease of victory.
Super Sunday often turns out to be a Second-rate Sunday this is genuinely a Spectacular Sunday with matches between the top four.
Leicester were hammered 5-2 at home to the Gunners but have lost just once away from home in the league in 11 months – 1-0 at Liverpool.
They've won at Spurs as well as the Etihad and an Emirates victory can't be ruled out at a best 4-1 at McBookie.
Arsene Wenger's men have won just seven of 12 at home and taken fewer points in front of their fans than Leicester have taken on the road.
Arsenal are a best 4-5 with Coral and it's too short. I can see Leicester winning but I'm taking draw no bet at 11-4 with Skybet.
Robert Huth stole the show last week but I can't go without mentioning Jamie Vardy and sidekick Riyad Mahrez. They are 2-1 (Stan James) and 7-2 (bet365) to net at any time respectively.
Out of Leicester and Spurs tomorrow I prefer the Londoners for three reasons. 1. They're on a great run under Mauricio Pochettino; 2. Man City were torn apart last week and 3. It's never a good idea to tell your manager he's not wanted at the end of the season especially when he's in the running for four trophies.
Spurs will have been licking their lips at City’s awful defending and especially the likes of Kane and Delle Alli.
The England striker is 11-2 at McBookie to score first with Sergio Aguero 18-5 with the Scots firm.
In all this excitement the Aston Villa v Liverpool match has almost been forgotten about – and apologies to fans of both clubs but it's not on my menu.
Leicester DNB (12pm)
Btts at Arsenal/Man City
Leicester/Spurs to score double
Spurs and Btts