The week begins with a 15/2 Daily Acca for Paul Robinson, and it all kicks off in the televised FA Cup match. Here are his selections:
Possible giant-killing on the cards at Wetherby Road
Bet 1: Back Harrogate Town & Draw @ 11/8 - KO 19:45 GMT
We begin with FA Cup first round action between National League, Harrogate, and League One's, Portsmouth.
The visitors are the understandable favourites, but they are a bit short for me, and I would much rather back the hosts, double chance, at 11/8.
Pompey have under-performed this season, and they have won just one of their seven away fixtures in the league. They lost four times, and are yet to keep a clean sheet.
Simon Weaver's men are flying in the National League, as after a bit of a slow start, they have won six of their last eight. At home it's four straight victories, and they haven't lost since a 2-0 defeat to Dover, in August.
Goals at both ends in France
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Rodez v Lens @ 11/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
Into the French second tier now, as odds-against for both teams to score is just too big in the fixture between Rodez and Lens.
The home team are new to Ligue Two, having been promoted last season. They are holding their own - currently 11th, with this game in hand - and they have won two of their last three.
Lens missed out on promotion in the Play-offs last year, and they are fifth once again, heading into this match. They are unbeaten in eight, and have kept three clean sheets in a row.
Rodez have been banging in the goals on this ground though, as they have racked up 13 in six this season. Only Sochaux have been able to stop them scoring, and this selection would have landed in three of their last five at home.
The visitors did draw 0-0 on their last road trip, but prior to that they had netted 11 in six away from home, but they kept just the one clean sheet during the same period.
It's now or never for Botafogo
Bet 3: Back Botafogo @ 4/6 - KO 23:00 GMT
It's not often that I would tip a team to win at odds of 4/6 when they have lost their last four matches, but tonight's fixture represents a fantastic opportunity for them to arrest their slide.
Their opponents are Avai, and they are bottom of the Brazilian Serie A. They are 17 points adrift of safety, and are pretty much relegated, as their are only seven games to go.
Evando's team aren't even putting up much of a fight either, as it's just one point from a possible 33 since their last win back in September.
Prior to their four defeats, Botafogo, had won two out of four, and now that they have dropped into the relegation zone themselves, they badly need to win this very winnable fixture.