The Daily Acca: Eagles and Seagulls to produce goals
It's all about goals for Paul Robinson today as his Daily Acca is an 8/1 chance that starts at Selhurst Park. Here are his selections:
No clean sheets at Selhurst Park
Bet 1: Back BTTS in Crystal Palace v Brighton @ 20/23 - KO 19:45 GMT
This isn't a derby based on geography, but it's a fierce one nonetheless, and it should be good viewing at Selhurst Park this evening.
The Seagulls are a different side under Graham Potter, and while I am not suggesting that they are better in terms of gaining points than they were under Chris Hughton, they are certainly a better team to watch.
They have found the net in each of their last four on the road, but they haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last five.
Palace haven't had many home games end with BTTS landing, but they have been scoring more frequently of late, and I can't see them keeping a clean sheet here.
Goals galore at Cagliari
Bet 2: Back Over 3.5 Goals in Cagliari v Lazio @ 13/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
Cagliari have been one of Serie A's most entertaining teams this season, as their matches are averaging 3.33 goals each time, and that has led to seven of their 15 having four goals or more.
Their three most recent outings on this ground ended with the ball in the net on at least four occasions, and they drew 2-2 at Sassuolo when they were last in action.
Lazio are on a seven match winning streak in the league, and three of those saw this selection land. There could be more fireworks tonight.
French duo to entertain
Bet 3: Back BTTS in Guingamp v Troyes @ 11/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
I am surprised that both teams to score is odds-against for this clash in Ligue Two, as there are more than enough reasons to believe that there won't be any clean sheets kept.
The hosts are on a run of four straight home matches to have goals at both ends, and overall this term, five of their eight here have.
Admittedly the visitors have had four on the bounce do the opposite on their travels, but prior to that they had a couple see this selection land, and they are scoring goals themselves.