A LATE collapse by Charlton beat my line last week so I'm hoping for better luck this time round.
I'm starting off with Everton against an Aston Villa side whose fortunes show signs of changing any time soon.
While Everton were beating West Brom in midweek Villa were crashing 2-1 at home to Newcastle to follow on from their cup exits to Bradford and Millwall.
It doesn't get any easier for Paul Lambert who hasn't made any January signings of note and a trip to Goodison is as tough as it gets.
I'm staying in the Merseyside area and backing Tranmere at home to Carlisle. The Prenton Park men are back in business after a ropey spell and last week's win at Brentford was impressive.
Tranmere have now won four of their last five to climb back to the top on goal difference and should beat a Carlisle outfit who concede too many goals – 50 in the league.
Carlisle lost 3-0 at home to Tranmere earlier in the season and haven't kept a clean sheet in seven outings.
Complete the treble with Dundee United who face Rangers in an intriguing SPL v SFL William Hill Scottish Cup tie. Rangers have had mixed fortunes against top-flight opposition this season, beating Motherwell but losing to Inverness at home, and this represents their toughest test.
United managed to keep hold of star men Johnny Russell, Jon Daly and Gary Mackay-Steven in the transfer window and are capable of giving a side relying on a handful of youngsters a torrid time.
Rangers, of course, were banned from making signings and have struggled in recent weeks, beating Peterhead 1-0 and drawing 1-1 with Montrose and Elgin.
Ally McCoist's men may be cruising to the Third Division title but there is a gulf between them and United and we could see it here.
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Dundee Utd (12.45)
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