IF there are no shocks in the Champions League bookies will suffer a bigger mauling than Medinah.
Europe's incredible comeback in the Ryder Cup cost bookies millions and they'll be hoping on of the odds-on Champions League jollies slip up tonight.
There's also a full card in England and we saw at the weekend just how fragile form can be with defeats for the likes of Brighton and Hull.
I've given my thoughts on the Champions League elsewhere. It was Birmingham who done us by winning at Championship leaders Brighton but I can't see them repeating the feat at second-placed Cardiff who are so strong at home.
Leeds could be worth a look at Bolton after impressive wins against Everton and Bristol City.
In League One the best bets are back-on-form Swindon against Colchester and I like the look of Sheffield Utd at Hartlepool.
Port Vale are worth a look in League Two at home to Dagenham and leaders revitalised Plymouth should win at woeful Wycombe.
I've concentrated my both teams to score lines on the Championship where there have been plenty of goals in recent weeks. Leeds' last six have saw both score, including a 3-3 and two
3-2s, while Bolton's only blank was in their last outing at home to Palace.
Bristol City games have been packed with goals and Millwall have netted in five of their last six while games involving Huddersfield and Leicester have tended to see both teams score.
Four of Charlton's last five and five of Watford's last six have seen both score so hopefully there will be more of the same at The Valley.
And finally in League One add Notts County v Stevenage, two teams in the both five despite hardly keeping a clean sheet between them.
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Perm any 3 and all 4 (5 bets)
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Both teams to score
Bolton v Leeds
Bristol City v Millwall
Charlton v Watford
Huddersfield v Leicester
Notts Co v Stevenage
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