I GOT one wrong and one right with the Manchester clubs in the Champions League last night.
No one predicted United to crash out in Basel but I expected City to beat an under-strength but still to finish third with Napoli winning in Villarreal. It really was a shocker for United and a result that could have serious repercussions at Old Trafford.
The presence of England's top two will boost the profile of the Europa League and William Hill go 20-1 on an all-Manchester final in Bucharest. That could happen if both sides treat the tournament seriously but they will hate the fact they have to play Thursday-Sunday fixtures.
William Hill make Sir Alex Ferguson 5-2 to be no longer United boss on the first day of next season (2-7 still to be in place). And United are 2-5 to win no major trophies this season. United are 1-1 to go further than 8-11 City in the tournament.
Europa League outright (bet365 prices): Man City 11-2, Man Utd 13-2, Atletico Madrid 14-1, Valencia 16-1, Porto, Schalke, Athletic Bilbao 20-1, PSG, Rubin Kazan 22-1, PSV 25-1, Stoke 33-1, Fulham 50-1.
Champions League latest (William Hill prices): Barca 13-8, Real Madrid 5-2, Bayern 6-1, Chelsea 10-1, Arsenal 18-1, 25 AC MIlan, 28-1 Inter Milan, 33-1 Napoli.