SPURS and Spurs draw no bet were going to top the list but the loss of Harry Kane is a massive boost to Man United in the early kick-off at Old Trafford.
Last season Spurs didn't lose any of the eight matches Kane missed to Pep Guardiola is wrong to say they're a one-man team.
However, Kane's absence is a blow and Mauricio Pochettino could play without a recognised striker instead of trusting Fernando Llorente.
United's defeat to Huddersfield still makes me doubt whether they can beat Spurs but Jose Mourinho has never lost to a Poch side. It could be another low scorer and Spurs draw no bet remains a possibility at 9-5 with Marathonbet.
I tipped Watford not to lose at Chelsea last week and they should have won. I expected them to be odds on at home to fourth-bottom Stoke so a best price of 11-10 with McBookie is a nice surprise.
Leaders Man City are a best 1-4 with the likes of McBookie at West Brom and that's understandable as they go for 13 wins in a row against the Baggies.
City have won their last three at the Hawthorns by a 10-1 aggregate and are rampant. Take them -2 Asian handicap at 4-3 with Unibet.
In the Championship I like Hull and both to score at home to Nottingham Forest at 13-5 with bet365.
Oldham are unbeaten in seven and look big at 9-5 with Marathonbet at home to Scunthorpe and check out Forest Green in League Two. The “vegan” team have lost one in five and can beat Morecambe – four defeats in five – at 6-5 with McBookie.
In Scotland the team of the moment Motherwell face Hibs in what could be the day's most entertaining clash.
League One leaders Raith have won seven out of eight and will be on plenty of accumulators at 4-9 with McBookie. They head for a Forfar side who have lost 5-0 at home to Ayr and Arbroath in recent weeks. Take over 2.5 match goals at 6-4 with William Hill.
And it's difficult to leave out hotshots Arbroath who are 13-10 with Marathonbet at East Fife.
These are the top-10 best bets taken from the Scottish and English previews that will be posted later. All are over evens – let me what you think.
Posted a bit later this week because Harry Kane's injury forced me to rethink my English copy for the Record and I had to change my thoughts in Scotland after Pedro Caixinha's sacking at Rangers.
Super Single shortlist
- Spurs draw no bet
- Chelsea & btts
- Man City -2AH
- Hull & btts
- Forest Green
- Moult to score
- Raith & over 2.5 match goals
- Peterhead & over 2.5 match goals