It was a Black Friday to remember for Paul Robinson and followers of his Daily Acca as he delivered with a 27/1 winner. He's aiming to go one better today with a 28/1 shot. Here are his selections:
Stoke to continue their climb
Bet 1: Back Stoke & BTTS @ 16/5 - KO 15:00 GMT
Michael O'Neill has made a good start to life at Stoke, and while they were beaten at Cardiff on Tuesday, I expect them to bounce back at home this afternoon.
The Potters had previously beaten Wigan on this ground, and prior to that they won at Barnsley. They didn't keep a clean sheet in either of those victories, but they didn't need to as they scored six themselves across the two fixtures.
Blackburn have won their last two, and three of their last four, but all of their success has come at Ewood Park. Away from home it's four straight defeats for Tony Mowbray's men, but they did find the net in three of them.
Bees to buzz all over Luton
Bet 2: Back Brentford & BTTS @ 2/1 - KO 15:00 GMT
The Bees are eighth in the table, three points outside of the Play-offs. They suffered a disappointing defeat at Blackburn on Wednesday, but prior to that it had been five wins out of six.
This afternoon they line up against the second worst defence in the division, with the Hatters conceding an average of two goals per game away from Kenilworth Road.
Luton have lost their last four matches in the road, but they did score in two of them, and it's just one clean sheet in four at Griffin Park for the hosts.
No stopping Derby at Pride Park
Bet 3: Back Derby @ 13/10 - KO 15:00 GMT
Wayne Rooney will be in the dugout for Derby today as he will take up his coaching role until he's eligible to play for the first team.
The Rams aren't enjoying the success that they did last season under Frank Lampard, but they have only been beaten once at Pride Park, and they come into this clash on the back of five successive home victories.
QPR are on the slide as they have gone six without a win - losing four of their last five. They were thumped 4-0 at home by Nottingham Forest on Wednesday, and I fear it could be more of the same against another East Midlands club today.