The Villa-Wolves rivalry is not the fiercest in the West Midlands, but it is strong enough to make for an intense local derby and Villa look good for a point.
Bet 1: Back Wolves to draw with Aston Villa at 27/10
The first West Midlands derby of the Premier League season promises plenty of drama, and there should be a fiery atmosphere at the Molineux on Sunday.
Wolves will be strong favourites. After a sluggish start to their Premier League campaign, they've picked up in recent weeks, defying both the exertions of a Europa League campaign and a small squad to beat Manchester City and draw with Arsenal.
But Villa have also been in good form. Dean Smith's men came close to beating Liverpool last weekend, and prior to that had won two out of three. Smith will relish the chance to take on Wolves on their home patch, and with local pride at stake and a possible fitness edge, given Wolves' Europa League exertions on Thursday, the visitors look good value for a point this weekend.
Bet 2: Back Leicester to beat London Irish at 13/10
Leicester made a slow start to the Premiership season, but they secured an important win against Gloucester last time and they can pick up a second on Sunday.
The Exiles made the most of their return to the top table of English rugby, beating Wasps in their opener, but two defeats have followed, and they've now lost all three competitive games at the Madjeski Stadium this season.
They will hope to improve that record against a team that hasn't put together consecutive wins in the Premiership for nearly a year, but the Tigers have a good record against London Irish and have won their last eight games at this venue.
Bet 3: Back New York Giants to beat the New York Jets at 8/13
Two of the worst teams in the NFL go head to head on Sunday in what could be the last game of any significance for either side this season.
The Giants have an abysmal 2-7 record while the Jets are 1-7 following a humiliating defeat to Miami last weekend, a result that moved the Dolphins off the bottom of the AFC East. Safe to say that neither team is going to the play-offs this time.
The Jets won their last competitive meeting, though that came in 2015 and on form there isn't much to choose between them this time round. However, the Giants' recent performances have been marginally more impressive, while the Jets' loss to the Dolphins was a shocker. At effectively a neutral venue, the Giants look better value.
Total Odds for this multiple: 13/1. Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.