Bet 1: Sporting Kansas (HOME) @ 2.0 (1/1)
Our home selection comes from the MLS as Sporting KC seem a touch overpriced to beat Chicago Fire.
The hosts have lost the services of striker, Dom Dwyer, but he'd only scored five times in 14 appearances this year anyway, and they are still second in the Western Conference.
Peter Vermes' side are unbeaten in seven MLS matches and although the last three have been draws, they should be ready to kick back into gear now that a couple of their key players are available again.
Their record at home this season is six wins from 10 appearances - the other four were draws, and they are taking on a team tonight who were beaten by the 10 men of New York City last weekend.
NYC had a player sent off in the 12th minute with the score at 0-0, and despite that reverse being Chicago's first loss since April, it won't exactly fill them with confidence.
Bet 2: Criciuma (AWAY) @ 2.87 (15/8)
Into Brazil's second tier now for this week's away victory as Cricuma look primed to take all three points from their visit to Nautico.
Nautico are bottom of the league with just eight points to their name. They have lost 10 of their 16 outings thus far and while it's actually just one defeat in five, they have failed to score in any of their three most recent matches.
Criciuma are no world-beaters but they are up to 10th in Serie B following a win at ABC last weekend and they have lost just one of their last 11 games in the league.
Admittedly victories have been thin on the ground on their travels, but they did win at Londrina in June, and it doesn't get much easier than a trip to Itaipava Arena Pernambuco at present.
Bet 3: Palmeiras v Avai (Over 2.5 goals) @ 1.8 (4/5)
To the cream of Brazilian football now as I expect the goals to flow when current champions, Palmeiras, take on the newly promoted, Avai.
It seems unlikely that Palmeiras are going to retain their title as they trail Corinthians by 14 points, but they are still well placed in the top six, and are in the knockout phase of the Copa Libertadores.
Avai took a while to acclimatise to the Campeonato but they have now lost just one of their last seven games - picking up three wins along the way.
I do fear a bit for them tonight however as Cuca's side have been pretty deadly at Allianz Parque and they beat Vitoria here by four goals to two most recently.
Nevertheless, the visitors scored twice at both Botafogo and Gremio in the last month and while I expect them to lose, I can definitely see them getting on the scoresheet. Which would of course mean that over 2.5 lands.
Bet 4: Botafogo RJ v Sao Paulo (Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.57 (4/7)
The first kick off of our multiple is also a top flight Brazilian fixture as Sao Paulo travel to Botafogo with the pair of them in the bottom six when it comes to average goals per game.
Botafogo are seventh in the league, but when it comes to goals conceded, they are fourth. Unfortunately for them, their total of 17 goals scored leaves them with a better record than only five other clubs, which all adds up to their matches averaging 1.94 goals each time.
One of the sides that they have outscored is Sao Paulo as 'Tricolor' are in the midst of a miserable campaign. They are in the relegation zone and it's not beyond the realms of possibility that they will be relegated for the first time in their history.
They have netted 16 times this term and conceded 19, giving their games an average of 2.19 goals each time. Like their opponents, a dozen of their 16 outings have seen this selection land, and the odds are that it will be 13 from 17 come the final whistle.
Back Sporting Kansas @ 2.0 (1/1)
Back Criciuma @ 2.87 (15/8)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Palmeiras v Avai @ 1.8 (4/5)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Botafogo RJ v Sao Paulo @ 1.57 (4/7)
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