Providing the weather doesn't play havoc yet again over the next couple of days, the Premier League action could well be pretty much all there is look forward too on the sporting front this weekend.
The pick of the matches is probably Liverpool hosting Tottenham where a confident selection goes to Harry Redknapp's visiting contingent.
Tottenham are overpriced at 16/5 chances and it is 13/10 Aston Villa who also stand out, despite the disappointment of going down to Liverpool in their final league game before the new year.
Martin O'Neill brings his Aston Villa side to Wigan which could well be good time for a side that have now suffered two league defeats in a row and need a good confidence boost.
Chelsea will undoubtedly remain on the top of the table despite also being on their travels as they face a Hull City side that are alarmingly near the bottom with only Portsmouth below. Unfortunately for punters, 4/11 is not really a workmanlike prospect.
Stoke City had a good fighting win over Fulham this week, but Burnley should be able to use home advantage to claim another three points even without Owen Coyle and they are 5/4 to do so.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Hull 8/1 Chelsea 4/11 Draw 7/2; Arsenal 4/11 Everton 8/1 Draw 7/2; Burnley 5/4 Stoke 11/5 Draw 9/4; Fulham 8/13 Portsmouth 11/5 Draw 9/4; Sunderland 20/21 Bolton 3/1 Draw 23/10; Wigan 21/20 Aston Villa 13/10 Draw 9/4; Birmingham 5/1 Man United 4/7 Draw 14/5; West Ham 4/5 Wolves 15/4 Draw; 12/5; Liverpool 20/23, Tottenham 16/5 Draw 12/5; Man City 2/5 Blackburn 13/2 Draw 7/2
Boylesports Accumulators: Chelsea, Man United, Arsenal, Liverpool - 5/1; Arsenal, Fulham, Sunderland - 7/2; West Ham and Liverpool - 5/2; West Ham and Tottenham - 7/1; Chelsea and Man United - 6/5; Real Madrid and Barcelona - 10/11
Owen Coyle Specials
To Finish Higher: Bolton 1/2, Burnley 6/4
Will either, both or neither be relegated? Just Bolton relegated - 5/1; Both Bolton and Burnley relegated - 9/1; Both Bolton and Burnley to stay up - 6/5; Just Burnley relegated 11/8
Leave It To Leon
"This weekend it has to be the Premiership for the best bet and I am going to go with a double featuring West Ham and Arsenal in an 11/8 double," said Leon Blanche of Boylesports.
The lay this weekend is, undoubtedly, Liverpool. They'd put you in the poor house following them and if you were laying them all year you'd nearly have a new house.
This weekend I like the Boylesports treble, of Arsenal, Sunderland and Fulham at 7/2, but for our weekly €10 accumulator we will go with Fulham, Burnley, Aston Villa and Man City. This should be around about a 17/1 chance depending on the variation of prices.