THE Merseyside derby on Wednesday was just “Amazon” – and Sky will be hoping tonight's Manchester showdown is thrill a minute.
Man City v Man United could potentially be a goalfest with City's last eight seeing both to score while United's previous four league games have totalled 18.
It's clear defence is a worry for the rivals but going forward there is so much firepower even in the absence of Sergio Aguero.
Gabriel Jesus is a decent replacement for Pep Guardiola, Raheem Sterling's always looking for goals and David Silva and Kevin de Bruyne threaten worldies.
Sterling's the man for the big occasion and I'll be backing him to hit the opener at 4-1 with bet365.
United have Marcus Rashford in great form with 10 goals in 10 games and his display against Spurs was almost 10 out of 10. He looks big at 3-1 with Unibet to score at any time.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men were outstanding against Spurs and will head to the Etihad much more confidence.
City should win it but are a bit short against a side who prefer to play on the counter so best bets could be goals.
The last two meetings at the Etihad have produced nine goals and over 3.5 goals could land at 13-10 with BetVictor while both to score pays 4-5 at Marathonbet.
Spurs' perfect start under Jose Mourinho ended with defeat at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
The ex-Man United boss came up against a side that hit top form but Mourinho should return to winning ways against Burnley today.
Spurs are no bigger than 4-9 to win so consider Spurs and both to score since they've conceded exactly two in all four games under the new man.
Dele Alli has found a new lease of life with four goals in three games and is 2-1 at bet365 to net again.
First up today it's Everton v Chelsea at lunchtime and if the home side defend like they did on Wednesday they could suffer another hammering.
Duncan Ferguson is in caretaker charge after Marco Silva's sacking and the big Scot faces a tough task in lifting the squad.
Chelsea looked good against Aston Villa after defeat to West Ham and Willian was involved in everything. Take Frank Lampard's men to win at evens with Ladbrokes and others and try Willian to score at a nice price of 4-1 with Betfred.
Leaders Liverpool head to a Bournemouth side sliding down the table after four defeats in a row. The Reds have won 4-0 on their last two visits and an unlikely third pays
This should be an away win though to back Liverpool and over 2.5 match goals at 19-20 with Coral.
Today's other fixture should see Crystal Palace win at managerless Watford at 2-1 with Betfred.
Tomorrow I'll be on Leicester and both to score away to Aston Villa at 11-5 with bet365. The Foxes are going for eight league wins in a row and Jamie Vardy is 5-6 at Paddy Power to score in his eighth on the spin.
In the Championship Tony Mowbray's Blackburn are going for four wins in a row at home to a Derby side who have suffered four away defeats without scoring. Rovers are evens at bet365.
Oxford are the on-form side in League One and should win at home to Shrewsbury at a biggest 8-11 with Ladbrokes.
- Man City & over 2.5 goals
- Rashford to score
- Spurs & Btts
- Alli to score
- Willian to score
- Liverpool & over 2.5 goals
- Leicester & Btts
- Vardy to score