MAN CITY have proved their defeat at Norwich was just a blip by rattling in 14 goals without reply in three outings.
Eight of them came against Watford last week and today it's Everton who are in the firing line.
The Toffees had high hopes of being best of the rest but last week against Sheffield United they were worst of the worst.
A 2-0 home defeat means Marco Silva's men have lost three out of four and City will fancy their chances of another easy win today.
Pep Guardiola demands multiple trophies in a season and has been rotating well to stay in contention for the big prizes.
Sergio Aguero and Kevin de Bruyne were among those left out for the Carabao Cup tie at Preston in midweek and with their return I expect City to win and net at least three.
Aguero, also rested against Shakhtar Donetsk, will be straining at the leash and I'm on him to score first at 3-1 with Betfred.
First up today are Liverpool who are aiming for a seventh straight win at promoted Sheffield United.
The Blades have started well and while they'll match the leaders' fight they don't have the same quality and Liverpool should win at 4-11 with Unibet
Goals at both ends has a chance at 10-11 at bet365 with United having netted in five of six league games including two against Chelsea and Everton.
I tipped Leicester to beat Spurs last week and also for a top-six finish and they're threatening to do even better.
Brendan Rodgers' side are up to third and should take care of Newcastle at home although they are no bigger than 8-15 with Ladbrokes.
The Geordies have been mainly rubbish but did score first at Liverpool before losing 3-1 and held Spurs away 1-1.
However, the Foxes' only defeat came at Man United and they might be worth a look -1 at 6-4 with Ladbrokes.
Chelsea's kids blasted seven past Grimsby in midweek and there should be plenty of goals when Brighton visit Stamford Bridge. Best bet could be Chelsea and both to score at 2-1 with Coral.
In the Championship Leeds let me down last week when they conceded late at home to Derby. I expect them to bounce back with victory at Charlton and equal a 45-year-old club record of five away wins running. However, they are a little short at 8-15 with Betfred.
In League One team of the week's been Oxford who won 6-0 at Lincoln then walloped West Ham 4-0 in the Carabao Cup. They are 10-11 at bet365 at home to Gillingham and I also like leaders Ipswich to remain unbeaten with a win against Tranmere at home. They are 8-13 at Betfred.
Unbeaten League Two leaders Exeter are 9-10 at Marathonbet to beat a Grimsby side nursing wounds from Wednesday.