Watford are still looking for their first win of the Premier League campaign, but they have picked up draws against top six sides and can do it again on Saturday
Bet 1: Back Watford to draw with Chelsea at 16/5
Watford have had a dismal season so far but there have been signs of improvement since Quique Sanchez Flores took over from Javi Gracia.
Sanchez Flores has focused on making the Hornets stronger at the back, and aside from a nightmare game against Manchester City, they've been improving in that department in the Premier League, conceding only once in their last three.
Goals have been the problem for Watford, and that means they are of less interest for the win here, but they've secured four draws in their last six, including games against Arsenal and Tottenham, so I'm backing them for a point against another top six side.
Bet 2: Back New Zealand to beat Great Britain at 2/5
Great Britain were well-beaten by Tonga in their first game since 2007 last weekend and things won't get any easier on Saturday.
New Zealand lost to Australia last week, but their home record against British sides is a good one. They haven't lost to Great Britain, England, Scotland or Wales since 1992, when the British Lions won 19-16 at Carlaw Park.
Great Britain Wayne Bennett faces a tough task to rouse his troops after the end of a long tough Super League season, and the absence of Luke Thompson leaves them short of punch up front. Back the home side to prevail.
Bet 3: Back South Africa to beat England at 2/1
The Rugby World Cup reaches its climax this weekend and England are rated as the big favourites to lift the Web Ellis trophy for the second time.
Their performance against New Zealand in the semi-final was heroic and proved many of Eddie Jones' critics wrong. But it would be a mistake to assume this game will be an easier assignment against a talented and focused Springboks team.
South Africa's gameplan is well-rehearsed. They will kick often and aim to pull England into a wrestling match, but even if that doesn't prove successful, they have the depth of talent in their squad to match England in every department. This may be a scrappy game, but at the current odds, South Africa look the value bet.
Total Odds for this multiple: 17/1. Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.