Championship, 7.45pm, live on Sky Sports
Nobody imagined Bournemouth would top the Championship at the start of the year but Callum Wilson's 12 goals have propelled them to the summit. The ex Coventry man is 7/2 to bag the first goal. Troy Deeney has been the main target man for Watford and you can back him at 13/2 for DOUBLE DLEIGHT/HAT-TRICK HEAVEN!
Bundesliga, 7.30pm, live on BT Sport
Bayern have just the 11 point lead in the Bundesliga right now but they will come up against their nearest competitor Wolfsburg in this one! Guardiola's men might not have everyting their own way but with their class and firepower it looks tough to oppose them and 1-0 Bayern win could bet the bet to have at 15/2!
PSG have underwhelmed so far in Ligue 1 but they are still within touching distance of first place and there is no place like home for them. Without a loss at the Parc Des Princes since May 2014 they look nailed on for another home win against a Rennes side that are struggling for form. Will this be your Friday night banker?
SPL, 7.45pm, live on BT Sport
It won't be thew prettiest of games when St Mirren amke the trip to Partick Thistle. Both teams are at the wrong end of the Scottish Premiership and they will struggle to make the top 6. The home side are narrow favourites after a big win over Hamilton last weekend. Can the Buddies pick up a win against the odds?
Championship, Saturday 12.15pm, live on Sky Sports
Free scoring Brentford tackle Middlebrough in the first DDHH game this weekend. It's been at home where Brentford have bagged most of their goals and Andre Gray has been the one scoring them, he is 5/1 to bag first. Boro love an upset and after scoring the winner at the Etihad, Kike could be the one to back at 5/1 to score first.
Premier League, Saturday 5.30pm, live on Sky Sports
This is the biggest game of the season as 1st tackles 2nd at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea are without their main man Diego Costa so Eden Hazard (6/1) could be the man to back for Chelsea. Aguero's 14 goals leads the Man City scoring chart and he is 9/2 to bag first! We're DDHH on this big Premier League tie!
Womens Final, Saturday 8.30am, live on Eurosport
2010 champ Serena Willaims faces 2008 champ Maria Sharapova for the right to be crowned the 2014 Womens Champion in Melbourne. Without a set dropped between them it is going to be a close match and one that could even go the 3 set distance. Who are you going to back to wear the crown?
Premier League, Saturday 12.45pm, live on Sky Sports
Hull City are languishing in the relegation zone but they face a Newcastle side that have not picked up a win in over a month! A win for either side will boost morale and more importantly push them up the table. We think that Hull might nick this one from the Geordies and 13/8 looks a good price!
The Masters, starts Saturday, live on itv4
The stars of the PDC roll into the ArenaMK to contest the 2015 Masters Darts. James Wade failed to make the Premier League for the upcoming season so the Machine will want to show them what they are missing out on, can he win it all again at 14/1 or will it be World Champ Gary Anderson who picks up another trophy at 7/2?
Serie A, Saturday 5.00pm, live on BT Sport
Fiorentina love playing away in Serie A taking 12 out of the last 15 available points on the road and Vincenzo Montella's men are favourites to take all 3 points once again. Genoa are no pushovers on their own turf however with wins against big teams such as Milan and Juve this season! Who are you backing?
La Liga, Saturday 5.00pm, live on Sky Sports
Fernando Torres has been lethal since he returned to boyhood club Atletico Madrid. Two goals against rivals Real and an early goal against Barcelona has put his name back on the map and we think he is great value at 11/8 to hit the net anytime against Eibar. Are you going to back El Nino to be on target again?
Bundesliga, Saturday 5.30pm, live on BT Sport
Jurgen Klopp couldn't have predicted how poorly this season has gone for Dortmund, sitting 17th and with no chance of qualifying for Europe they need a win to move them up the table. The BayArena has been a fortress for Leverkusen & with Monchengladbach on their coattails they could also do with a win!