IT'S another big Sunday with three Premier League games, Aberdeen vs Celtic in the Premiership and some decent games on the Continent.
In England we have Southampton vs Everton, Wolves vs Newcastle and Arsenal vs Leicester and Rangers are also in action in Scotland as they aim to extend their unbeaten record at home to Livingston.
On the Continent we have the likes of Juventus vs Verona, Nice vs Lille and Werder Bremen vs Hoffenheim so plenty to look at.
Everton have been in superb form this season and remain unbeaten but will be without Richarlison while James is a doubt so it might be better going for goals than the away.
Southampton netted three at Spurs but haven't been as goo at home as their form away suggests. Again I like the look of both teams to score although they dried up a little bit on Saturday with Man United vs Chelsea's 0-0 the worst example.
Wolves and Newcastle have fought out three 1-1 draws in a row so believers in stats may look at another score draw here. In all three Newcastle have netted first and been pegged back.
Arsenal have done well under Mikel Arteta and tend to play better against the top sides. They won in Rapid Vienna on midweek despite resting some players with skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang coming on to bag the winner.
Leicester were easy winners against Zorya but will be again without James Vardy up top and that's a big blow and I expect a home win at evens with Paddy Power.
In Scotland Celtic are trying to avoid a third successive defeat after home losses to Rangers and AC Milan and boss Neil Lennon is being put under a bit of pressure.
Celtic have a great record at Pittodrie with seven successive wins but this will be a serious test against a team in decent form.
For me Celtic look too short at 3-5 but I like both teams to score at 21-20 with McBookie and Aberdeen will be hoping Ryan Edmondson makes it as Sam Cosgrove makes his return on the bench.
Double this with Rangers -1 at home to Livingston. Shouldn't be any slip-ups for Steven Gerrard's side here after good wins against Celtic and Standard Liege.
We have some match previews and predictions on the site so check them out.
- Aberdeen vs Celtic.
- Southampton vs Everton
- Wolves vs Newcastle
- Scott Allot's VIP Tips
- SlipsTips's BetBuilder from St Mary's
Well done to all the winners on Saturday and at first glance it was a tricky day with some results not going our way. Another case of too much choice and one or two wrong turns.
I'm going for a Scottish double and have picked out a both to score treble based mainly on form.
Both to Score Treble
- Southampton vs Everton (2pm)
- Cadiz vs Villarreal (3pm)
- Nice vs Lille (4pm)
- (5-1, William Hill)
- Aberdeen vs Celtic btts (12 noon)
- Rangers -1 (3pm)
- (11-5, bet365)