(Significant Opta Stat: Huddersfield have conceded in each of their last 13 Premier League away games.)
Brighton are on the verge of Premier League safety, and victory here will all but seal the deal. Unfortunately for their opponents, a defeat will put the Terriers in huge relegation trouble.
So there's a lot riding on this game, and purely going on form then backing Brighton to win looks a decent bet.
Chris Hughton's men suffered a slightly surprising home defeat seven days ago, but generally at the Amex Stadium they've been very reliable which has been the basis of their run to retaining their Premier League status. In fact the Seagulls won four on the spin on home soil - including one in the FA Cup - prior to last week's reversal, scoring 12 goals in the process and recording a memorably victory over Arsenal.
Hughton's men also put four past in-form Swansea, and even though talented attacking midfielder Anthony Knockaert is out suspended, they look rock solid material against a side that just can't stop shipping goals on the road.
Huddersfield haven't kept a clean sheet away from home for 14 games, and they've taken just a single point from the last 12 available. They travel south to Brighton on Saturday having suffered a big blow with the news that Elias Kachunga is out for the rest of the season, and everything considered a home win looks by far the mostly likely outcome.
Magpies can cause Foxes some problems
Leicester 2.02 v Newcastle 4.30; The Draw 3.60
(Significant Opta Stat: The Foxes are unbeaten in their last six home Premier League games, the last three ending level.)
Although Newcastle have won three on the spin at St James' Park it's not purely down to their home form that has almost guaranteed their Premier League safety. The Magpies have won two, drew two, and lost two of their last six league away games, taking eight points from a possible 18, which is more than acceptable for a side in the bottom half of the table.
Another positive is that Rafa Beniez's men found the back of the net in five of those six games, including one at Manchester City, while the only game they failed to score in was at Liverpool. Newcastle are a tough nut to crack currently, and I can see them going to Leicester and performing well.
The Foxes are in a battle to be 'best of the rest' currently sitting three points behind Burnley, and three ahead of Everton.
Claude Puel's men will view this game as an excellent opportunity to bag all three points, but their recent home form hardly inspires confidence. They haven't won in the league at the King Power Stadium since January 20 when they beat Watford 2-0, failing to beat the likes of Swansea, Stoke and Bournemouth in that time.
What's more, those three games mentioned above all resulted in both teams getting on the scoresheet, and up until last week's win at Brighton the Foxes hadn't kept a clean sheet in the league for seven outings. I can see Newcastle getting on the scoresheet in this game as well as the hosts, and that's the bet I'll be having.
Back another Spurs romp against Potters
Stoke 11.50 v Tottenham 1.34; The Draw 5.70
(Significant Opta Stat: Tottenham have won their last four games against Stoke by a four-goal margin, a top flight record)
This will be short and sweet because quite simply, we can back an outcome at 5.20 that has a 100% success rate in the last four meetings, and that's too good to miss.
I'm talking of course about Tottenham thrashing Stoke in each of those last four clashes, winning 5-1 and 4-0 three times, including twice at the bet365 Stadium. But the reason that we have to back that outcome again is because the gulf in class between Spurs and the Potters in now bigger than at any time in recent seasons.
Mauricio Pochettino's men are firmly established in the top four and they go into this game on the back of three straight victories, all away from home where they scored 10 goals in the process, including three at Stamford Bridge last Sunday.
Stoke meanwhile are deep in relegation trouble, are eight games without a win, and have lost three on the spin including two on home soil.
The Match Odds tell us that Spurs are by far the most likely winners of this game, and that they're likely to win comfortably, so to be able to back them at 5.20 to win by scoring at least four goals in the process - like they have in their last four meetings - is simply too good to turn down.
Back Brighton @ 1.90 to beat Huddersfield
Back Both Teams to Score @ 1.96 in Leicester v Newcastle
Back Any Other Away Win @ 5.20 in Stoke v Tottenham (best bet)