THERE are three Premier League games tonight and two more tomorrow as the hectic run of festive games continues.
Man City are one of those sides who have suffered from a packed card and will hope to get back on track at home to Liverpool.
City failed to score in a 0-0 draw at West Brom then lost 1-0 at Sunderland to miss chances to press home their advantage at the top of the table.
On current form they don't look worth backing at a best 19-20 with Chandler but remember they still have a 100 per cent home record and have won their last 14 at Eastlands.
However, if any side can end that run it's Liverpool who have suffered just one defeat in 17. And on the road they have been fairly impressive, winning at places such as Arsenal and Chelsea.
It could be fairly tense and tight so consider under 2.5 goals at 17-20 with unibet.
Spurs are the one side I really fancy tonight as they try to close the gap on the Manchester clubs.
West Brom, 10-1 at Chandler, have notched some decent results on the road but are struggling to score and looked particularly poor in losing at home to Everton last time out.
Spurs should win comfortably and if West Brom play like they did against Everton look at the home side winning to nil at 11-8 with Coral.
Wigan meet Sunderland in the third match and it's another that could be a draw. Martin O'Neill has transformed Sunderland's fortunes with three wins and a draw in five matches and there should be more to come from his side.
But Wigan are battling away as usual and showed true resilience to pick up a point at Stoke. Roberto Martinez's men have a couple of selection problems but should be good enough for a point.
The draw pays a biggest 23-10 with Skybet while Wigan are 13-8 at William Hill and Sunderland 19-10 at Coral.
Sunderland's winners against Man City, QPR and Blackburn all came after 88 minutes and Skybet offer 5-2 on O'Neill's men scoring in the final 15 minutes so that's one for punters who like to follow trends.
There is one game in the Championship and it's a six-pointer for Bristol City who are trying to move ahead of visitors Millwall.
Strangely City's last two wins have been against leaders Southampton, home and away without conceding a goal, and you'd be confident of backing them at 5-4 with bet365 if they could repeat those performances.
City, about to lose star striker Nicky Maynard, haven't been scoring enough goals but one could be enough to see off the Lions who have hit the target just once in five outings.
Millwall are also without hitman Darius Henderson and under 2.5 goals could be the best call at 4-6 with Stan James.
Man City v Liverpool under 2.5 goals