The Daily Acca: Fantastic Foxes to feast on frightful Everton
It's two from the Premier League and one from La Liga for Paul Robinson today, as his Sunday edition of the Daily Acca comes in at 22/1. Here are his selections:
Leicester to pile the pressure on Marco Silva
Bet 1: Back Leicester @ 6/10 - KO 16:30 GMT
The Foxes are running rampant under Brendan Rodgers at present, and they come into the game on the back of six straight wins in all competitions - five of which were in the Premier League.
They are yet to be beaten at the King Power this season, and only Wolves - all the way back in August - were able to take a point from them.
Marco Silva's Everton are the latest team to attempt to stop Leicester's winning run, but after they were beaten 2-0 at home by Norwich last weekend, it's hard to have any confidence in them whatsoever. Even more so when you consider that they have lost four of their last five away from Goodison Park.
Entertaining draw at Old Trafford
Bet 2: Back The Draw & BTTS in Man United v Aston Villa @ 9/2 - KO 16:30 GMT
The other 16:30 KO in the Premier League today comes from Old Trafford and I was shocked to see that Man United are actually a shorter price to win than what Leicester are.
Aston Villa looked excellent against Newcastle on Monday evening, and it came as no surprise with Jack Grealish back in the side. The club captain is just the kind of player that United are lacking, and it wouldn't surprise me to see him end up at Old Trafford in the future.
The main issue for Dean Smith's men has been the number of goals that they are conceding, and while they did keep a clean sheet against the Magpies, I don't have any confidence in them backing that up here.
United can't be considered at such prohibitive odds, so as I fancy goals in the game, and Villa not to be beaten, this selection feels like a bit of value at the 9/2 mark.
Atletico Madrid to suffer rare home defeat
Bet 3: Back Barcelona @ 13/8 - KO 20:00 GMT
Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid aren't quite firing on all cylinders this season. They are only fifth in La Liga - albeit just six points off the leaders, with a game in hand, but they drawn seven of their 14 fixtures, and are still battling to qualify from their Champions League group.
Barcelona will move to the top of the league with a win at Wanda Metropolitano this evening, which is something they are yet to achieve since Atleti moved to their new stadium.
Ernesto Valverde's men are in good form though - four straight wins in all competitions - and 13/8 is just too big to refuse.