The Daily Acca: Baggies to complete the double over Stoke
The week begins with a near 11/1 Daily Acca for Paul Robinson, as he expects West Brom to return to winning ways. Here are his selections:
No respite for SPAL at Atalanta
Bet 1: Back Atalanta to win to nil @ 11/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
Atalanta are the "buzz" club in Italy, as they have come from nowhere really, to enjoy great success, relatively speaking, in the last couple of years.
Not only are they fifth in Serie A - they will go fourth with a win this evening - they are also through to the knockout stage of the Champions League.
Victory tonight should be a relative formality against SPAL, who are bottom of the league. The hosts have won their last four matches on this ground, in all competitions, and three of those were to nil.
The visitors have already lost eight of their 10 away from home this term - and they only scored in three of the matches.
Another draw for Cosenza
Bet 2: Back The Draw in Cosenza v Crotone @ 2/1 - KO 20:00 GMT
Dropping down into Serie B now, and I quite fancy the draw between Cosenza and Crotone.
The hosts are only 18th of 20 in the standings, but they have only been beaten in seven of their 19 fixtures. Drawing too many games has been their issue, as they have shared the spoils on eight occasions this season - four of which were at home.
Crotone have climbed to third place, thanks to three straight victories, but it has to be noted that two of those came on their own patch.
On the road it's actually four defeats from their last five, and while I can't see them being beaten here, I don't fancy them to get the win either.
Slaven Bilić to be all smiles again
Bet 3: Back West Brom @ 5/6 - KO 20:00 GMT
The Baggies remain top of the Championship, despite not having won any of their last five league matches. Only one of those was a defeat, but they will be keen to start turning some of those draws into victories - because the chasing pack are closing on the top two.
Beating Stoke at the Hawthorns should be well within their compass, as the Potters are down in 21st, and still relatively inconsistent under Michael O'Neill.
They actually won their last away match 5-2, but that was at Huddersfield, and prior to that it had been four straight defeats on their travels. They were also beaten 2-0 at home by West Brom in November.