It was only a 98th minute Everton equaliser that denied Paul Robinson a 15/2 Daily Acca winner yesterday, and he's aiming for compensation today with a 17/1 treble. Here are his selections:
Draw specialists to do their thing
Bet 1: Back The Draw in Le Havre v Nancy @ 21/10 - KO 19:45 BST
The hosts are eighth in Ligue Two, but they come into the game on a winless run that has now stretched to six matches. Only two of those were defeats, so they have been sharing the points on plenty of occasions, and three of their five at home this term have ended all square.
Nancy are 11th in the table, but the gap to today's opponents is just a single point. They too have drawn plenty of matches this season - eight of 12 to be precise.
Away from home it's four draws from five, and that looks like the obvious bet again this evening.
A big task ahead for Ranieri
Bet 2: Back SPAL @ 31/20 - KO 19:45 BST
The bottom two clubs in Serie A meet tonight, and at the prices, SPAl, with home advantage, appear to be the value.
Leonardo Semplici's side were beaten at AC Milan on Thursday, a defeat which was their fifth straight away loss of the season. Things haven't been too bad on this ground though, as they have won two of their five and only been beaten twice.
Their last two matches at home saw them beat Parma 1-0 and draw 1-1 with Napoli, and they will be hopeful of picking up another three points tonight.
Sampdoria are the visitors - and Serie A's bottom team. They have taken just five points from a possible 30 this year, and their only victory was a 1-0 win at home to Torino, back in September.
On the road it's been five defeats from five, and while new boss, Claudio Ranieri has only been in charge since October 12th, one of those losses came under him, at Bologna.
Baggies to put the boot in
Bet 3: Back West Brom @ 13/10 - KO 20:00 BST
Stoke City have finally bitten the bullet and sacked manager, Nathan Jones, which ironically came not long after he had led them to their first and second victory of the campaign.
The writing had been on the wall for a while though, and away defeats to nil at Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall, were enough for the board to finally lose patience.
The Baggies travel to the Potters this evening on a four match unbeaten run. They won two and drew two, and they will go top with a win here.
Slaven Bilić's side have already won at Forest, Luton, QPR and Middlesbrough this year, and their only defeat came at Elland Road. They are massive value tonight at odds-against.