IT was a good night for punters with EPL favourites Man United, Chelsea and Arsenal all winning.
I tipped up all three as well as a draw between West Brom and Wigan for a top-flight full house.
All eight sides were on target so backers of the both teams to score market would have been quids in. I'll be back with my weekend both teams to score selections and hope to go one better than last weekend when I got four out of five right.
My selections produced 23 goals between them but unfortunately Watford failed to hit net against Brighton to cost us a 15-1 win.
There are another six EPL games tonight with Man City aiming to keep in touch at the top with a win at Birmingham.
Alex McLeish's City have shown some resilience in recent weeks by coming from behind to win cup ties against West Ham and Coventry and they could make City fight all the way. I'm going for the draw.
Fulham could be best bets of the night as they tackle a Newcastle side reeling from the loss of star striker Andy Carroll to Liverpool.
The Londoners blew away Spurs 4-0 in the FA Cup on Sunday and should continue their good form against a side who didn't have time to replace the England frontman. Back Fulham at 11-10 with Paddy Power.
Unlike Newcastle, Blackpool held on to their star man in Charlie Adam and could receive another lift by beating West Ham.
Boss Ian Holloway is convinced Scotland midfielder Adam will keep his side up and believes the player will knuckle down and give 100 per cent until the end of the season.
Blackpool are 11-8 at Ladbrokes while penalty taker and free-kick expert Adam is 13-5 with Coral to score at anytime.
Bolton picked up a cracker in impressive Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge on a loan deal and he is 6-1 with Skybet to score first against Wolves. The extra firepower should hand Bolton the win.
Liverpool will be without the injured Carroll and of course departed Fernando Torres at home to Stoke. That makes odds of 4-6 with Chandler look a bit skinny but Kenny Dalglish's side should edge it, maybe 1-0.
Finally, Blackburn take on Spurs at home and Steve Kean's men are 7-5 with Paddy Power to notch up a seventh win in nine home matches.
Rovers have performed well at Ewood Park and I can see them beating a Spurs side who were the most frustrated potential buyers on deadline day and who may be forced to field Jonathan Woodgate in defence due to injury problems.
A wooden gate might do a better job!