IT'S a massive night of football betting so try to avoid the temptation of picking too many teams or doing too many bets.
I'll put up the top tips in the morning but here are my initial thoughts – with a Super Single shortlist on the end so cast your votes.
The biggest game is of course the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton and it could be a score draw – as it was at Goodison earlier in the season.
Just one point separates Liverpool and Everton who look as if they are in a four-way fight for the fourth Champions League spot.
Liverpool have had the best of this fixture and are unbeaten in 13 meetings at Anfield but seven have been draws and this pays 29-10 with McBookie.
The sides drew a thriller 3-3 at Goodison and there should be goals again with both scoring paying a best 8-13 at Ladbrokes and over 2.5 goals is 4-6 at McBookie.
Luis Suarez has netted in three of his four Merseyside derby outings and is 8-11 at Coral to do so again. Romelu Lukaku's record against Liverpool is even more impressive with four goals in four league outings. He is 12-5 at Stan James to score.
Juan Mata will make his Old Trafford bow against Cardiff and is 2-1 at McBookie and Betfred to mark his arrival with a goal.
The £37million signing from Chelsea, who netted once every four outings in his time at Stamford Bridge, is 7-1 at McBookie and Coral to break the deadlock.
Mata can't on his own transform United's fortunes but will start the process and boosted by his presence Davie Moyes's men can beat a struggling Cardiff side looking to win at Old Trafford for the first in 60 years.
United are no bigger than 2-7 but Ladbrokes offer 4-9 in shops on a five-team accumulator.
Premier League leaders Arsenal should win at a Southampton side who haven't beaten them since 2002. They are 19-20 (various).
The Magpies have won six away from home and seem set up to perform better on the road.
Swansea have been adding to their squad with the likes of David Ngog and should have too much at home to Fulham.
Crystal Palace v Hull is tough to call but I'd side with the away as rumours emerge that Tony Pulis could quite Selhurst Park – and what a job he's done since taking over from Ian Holloway.
Derby look best bets in the Championship at home to Yeovil while QPR should overpower a Bolton outfit who conceded seven on the road in their last Championship clash at Reading.
Leicester also look worth taking at Birmingham and Reading can see off a Blackpool side currently being bossed by Barry Ferguson.
In League One there's no stopping Brentford who should beat Bristol City and Orient are decent value at home to a Coventry side who gave it their best shot at Arsenal last Friday.
I contined my Super Single experiment by asking site users to vote for their favourite from my shortlist of Newcastle, Juan Mata (Man Utd) to score, Hull, Arsenal to score 2+, Orient and Billy Sharp (Doncaster) to score.
Of those Arsenal 2+ or even just an Arsenal win, Orient at home to Coventry and Sharp were my preferences and an overwhelming number went for the Gunners.
Just under 60 per cent took Arsenal 2+ or Arsenal to win and as the prices are similar I'll for Arsenal which gives us the 1-0 but of course not a 2-2 for example. All the other picks – except Hull – picked up 10 per cent of the votes.
Remember this is just a trial and could change again by the weekend.
Super Single shortlist