THERE are just five games on the go tonight and all could end in home wins.
That's how the bookies feel and I can't really argue.
Arsenal are the shortest of the five at a best 1-3 with Coral to beat Stoke at the Emirates.
Their last home clash ended with a victory against Barcelona in the Champions League so that shows how tough a task Stoke will face. Tony Pulis' side are 12-1 with Betfred while the draw is 9-2 at Ladbrokes.
They have lost their last four on the road so it's asking a lot to end the run tonight.
Arsenal will be without star turn Robin van Persie but the Dutchman apart Arsene Wenger will name his strongest side despite Sunday's Carling Cup Final against Birmingham looming.
There is one game in the SPL and if ever a meeting wore the look of unders it's Motherwell v St Mirren. Both were involved in under 1.5 goal games at the weekend and St Mirren looked as likely to score at home to Hibs as me receiving a Royal Wedding invite.
Motherwell's winner against Hamilton came from the spot and they could edge another 1-0 victory. Jamie Murphy netted on Saturday and he is 15-2 at bet365 to open the scoring again.
Well are a best 8-11 with Betfred and Stan James while under 2.5 goals pays 4-6 with various firms.
In the Second Division Ayr (8-11, Skybet) have lost just two at home and should remain favourites for a play-off spot by beating East Fife.
Leaders Arbroath (4-6, various) weren't in action at the weekend so should be fresh for the visit of Elgin.
- Sami Nasri to score (8-5, bet365)
- Motherwell v St Mirren under 2.5 goals (4-6, various)