MR FIXIT'S asked me to have look at tonight's games – and I can see why.
He's away getting his eyebrows plucked or something just as important and left me to look a card where nothing stands out.
I'd rather have a Brazilian than try to pick some winners but needs must. The big game, I suppose, is the La Liga clash between Villarreal and Malaga.
When I look at the table it's difficult to accept Villarreal are struggling to avoid the drop and every time I see them play their football is brilliant but obviously the final product is lacking.
The Yellow Submarine have never recovered from a poor start and face a tough task against a side on course for their first appearance in the Champions League.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side had an ordinary start to the season but six wins in eight have catapulted them up to third place and they are a best 19-10 at BetVictor to notch an away win.
I noticed some tips from punters for anytime scorer. I'd go for Santi Cazorla whose goal earned a point recentlyagainst Real Madrid and he was on target again in Monday's 3-0 win over Racing. He is 14-5 at unibet to net and 17-2 to score first.
If Salomon Rondon isn't your cup of tea another player what about Ruud van Nistelrooy. The former Man Utd star has netted in two of his last three games and is 12-5 with Skybet to score and 7-1 with Ladbrokes and Skybet to break the deadlock.
There are two other games in La Liga, Sevilla v Zaragoza and Santander v Mallorca. Sevilla are no bigger than 8-15 with Ladbrokes to beat a Zaragoza side battling to beat the drop.
Before losing last time out to Athletic Bilbao last time out they had won three in a row so a home win is the call here even if the price is as skinny as my girlfriend would like to be.
Racing v Mallorca is another difficult call but if pressed for a winner I'd go for Mallorca against a side who have lost five out of six. The islanders are 19-10 at Ladbrokes.
Cazorla to score