LIVERPOOL are as short as 5-1 to go through the Premier League season and I can see why.
Jurgen Klopp's men have won 19 and drawn one and it's a pace that's left Man City in their wake.
I reckon it's possible they'll not lose until they clinch the title around the end of March but once it's done and dusted the manager will start to rotate as long as they're still in the Champions League.
Spurs away tonight would normally be one of their toughest tests of the season but Jose Mourinho's men are on a downward spiral with one win in five – and vitally have lost talisman Harry Kane.
To beat the European champions you need your best players available and while Heung-Min Son is a decent replacement he's a different type of player and less effective against the best teams.
AC Milan flop Krzysztof Piatek has been signed for £28million but it could be too early for a player with just four league goals this season.
Spurs struggled to draw at Middesbrough in the FA Cup last week and it will be the same sort of line-up tonight. Liverpool, meanwhile, rested all their stars and still beat Everton.
I'm confidently on the Reds at just 7-10 with Ladbrokes and William Hill and can even see them winning by two at 15-8 with BetVictor. They've lost just one of seven visits to Spurs with three of their last four victories by at least two – and they have netted exactly two in six out of seven meetings against the Londoners.
Elsewhere second-placed Leicester face a test at home to rejuvenated Southampton. I was one of thousands of punters let down by the Foxes' draw against Aston Villa in midweek and Saints arrive at the King Power having won four and drawn one of their last five.
They are unbeaten at the King Power in four visits and Southampton not to lose tempts at 7-5 with Unibet.
Even better is both to score at 7-10 with William Hill with the Foxes keeping one clean sheet in six and Saints netting in their last 12 on the road.
Southampton, with 10 men, were mauled 9-0 at St Mary's but have been much better since and they'll be looking too avenge that result by making life tough for Leicester.
Man United are winless in three after being torn apart by Man City in midweek but should get back to winning ways at home to Norwich.
Best bet in the Premier League could be Wolves at home to a Newcastle side suffering from injury problems and who were held at Rochdale in the Cup.
Wolves are without a win in three and this gives them a chance to get back on track. They are 1-2 at Marathonbet.
In the early game Crystal Palace could hold Mikel Arteta's Everton while Carlo Ancelotti will be looking for his third win as Everton boss after defeats to Man City and in the Cup to Liverpool reserves. They are 10-11 with betfair.
Leeds could be the best bet in the Championship at 8-13 with boylesports at home to Sheffield Wednesday who have lost top scorer Steven Fletcher to a bad injury.
Marcelo Bielsa's men gave Arsenal an FA Cup pounding but couldn't score – they looked a top side and should make amends today.
I also like Stoke at just over evens at home to Millwall. Michael O'Neill's side are starting to climb the table and have beaten Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday in two of their last three league games.
In the early game Brentford and both to score at home to QPR looks the call at 11-5 with bet365.
Coventry should make it four League One wins in a row at home to MK Dons and in League Two Scunthorpe should win at home to Newport.
- Liverpool -1
- Southampton +1
- Leicester v Southampton btts
- Man United & btts v Norwich
- Brentford & btts