Thursday's edition of the Daily Acca is an 18/1 shot for Paul Robinson that starts at Bramall Lane. Here are his selections:
Blades and Magpies to share the points
Bet 1: Back The Draw in Sheffield United v Newcastle @ 13/5 - KO 19:30 GMT
These two teams have impressed recently - the hosts all season in truth - and when they meet this evening, I expect a pretty tight game.
Chris Wilder's side are unbeaten in seven, but it has to be noted that five of those were draws - including their last three. Admittedly they have only shared the spoils in one of their home games this term, but other than a 3-0 win, the rest were all either won or lost by a single goal.
Steve Bruce is winning over the Newcastle fans, and they put a disappointing 2-0 defeat at Aston Villa by drawing 2-2 with Manchester City at the weekend. They don't have the greatest of away records, but they have won at both West Ham and Spurs this year.
A repeat of Monday night at Cagliari
Bet 2: Back Cagliari @ 19/20 - KO 20:00 GMT
I tipped Cagliari to beat Sampdoria at home on Monday, and while they left it very late, they came back from 3-1 behind to win 4-3.
The two teams meet again in Sardinia this evening, and while this time it's in the Coppa Italia, I see no reason why it won't be another win for the hosts.
Claudio Ranieri has revived Sampdoria's fortunes, but his focus will likely be on Serie A, and the hosts have won their last five outings in front of their own fans.
Arsenal to end their winless streak
Bet 3: Back Arsenal & BTTS @ 7/4 - KO 20:15 GMT
The Gunners are a very short price to beat Brighton at the Emirates tonight, and while I am not interested in them at 11/20, I do quite like them to win and both teams to score at 7/4.
The Seagulls have impressed under Graham Potter, and he has already been rewarded with a new contract. They are still only 16th in the league, but their football has been good, and they are scoring goals.
It is concerning that they have lost their last three games, but they did score in two of them, and they came against Man United, Leicester and Liverpool.
Arsenal haven't won for a while now - eight games in all competitions - but with Emery gone, they will hopefully do the business here.