IT was a wonderful Wednesday with three of my four featured bets coming up while I called all five Champions League games correctly.
My Super Single was Sunderland at 13-10 and for the second night running my Capital One Cup pick came in as they won 3-0 at Birmingham.
My Euro treble landed at 3-1 thanks to Arsenal, Bayer Leverkusen -1 and Malmo v Red Bull over 2.5 goals My both teams to score double came in at 23-10 and they gave me great pleasure as Bradford v Leeds and Athletic Bilbao v Napoli were the only main games that saw that market come up.
The League Cup treble was beaten but in the Champions League I also went for Arsenal to win to nil at 5-4, Alexis Sanchez to score first at 9-2 and under 2.5 goals at Ludogerets v Steaua. I have to admit my over 2.5 goals tip for the Malmo game was lucky because I expected Red Bull to score.
Either Malmo are magnificent or the Austrian league is incredibly because as people know Salzburg hit five or six goals every week.
My Super Single in the Daily Record, Athletic Bilbao, also won but I went for Sunderland on the site and made btts in Spain my main tip in that tie simply because the concensus today was Napoli would qualify although I watched Athletic dominate them in the first leg in Italy.
It can't possibly be as good on Thursday night, especially as it's Europa League night. Spurs and Hull are bidding to join Celtic in the group stage and while it's almost job done for the White Hart Lane men after a 2-1 win away to AEL Limassol and they're no bigger than 1-5 at William Hill to win.
Mauricio Pochettini's men blew away QPR 4-0 at home last week and I'm willing to take a chance on them minus one at 1-2 with bet365 if the Argentine doesn't make too many changes.
Roberto Soldado, who netted in the first leg, is injured so for a first scorer take England Under-21 star Harry Kane, also on target in Cyprus, at 4-1 with bet365.
Hull fielded a second-string side for their 1-0 defeat to Lokeren but boss Steve Bruce says he won't make wholesale changes this time. Yannick Sagbo is expected to start up front and is 9-2 at Paddy Power to break the deadlock.
Hull are 8-15 with Betfred and it's only worth taking if the line-up is strong. Lokeren have netted just five goals in six outings so an alternative bet is under 2.5 goals at 17-20 with McBookie and BetVictor.
Elsewhere there are some big clubs in action and the likes of Torino (2-7) should sink Split and Inter Milan are the same price minus one at home to Motherwell's conquerors Stjarnan.
And Celtic fans should look away now as Legia Warsaw look a good bet at 2-5 with William Hill to add to their 1-0 lead over Aktobe and join the Parkhead men in the groups – although hopefully not the same one.
My Top Treble in Thursday's Daily Record is Legia, St Etienne at home to Kardemir and Twente against Qarabag and my Super Single is Rapid Vienna who are 4-5 at William Hill as they try to recover from 2-1 down to Helsinki.
Henning Berg's Legia are now on a mission to knock Celtic out of the Europa League and they're unbeaten in nine if you don't count their administrative defeat to the Bhoys. The Poles crushed Celtic 4-1 in Warsaw and after beating Aktobe 1-0 away should follow up with another success.
St Etienne's 1-0 defeat away to Tursk Kardemir was huge surprise but the French can overturn a 1-0 deficit in tonight's return.
Twente were held 0-0 by Qarabag who have now failed to net in three of their last four matches so back the Dutchm who have drawn their last four, to edge a victory.
Legia have won their last five matches, keeping clean sheets in all five encounters. In their last nine games, they have smashed in 26 goals, including a startling 4-1 home win over Celtic in that controversial Champions League qualifying tie (Legia were thrown out for fielding an ineligible player).
For the site Top Treble I'm going with the same teams and will play tonight for minimum stakes as I've done on Tuesday and Wednesday. Add Spurs to it and takes a 2-1 line to 5-2 and add Inter -1 and you have a fivefold that should come up at just over 7-2.
With Serie A starting at the weekend Inter are likely to field a much-weakened side so checking line-ups might be an idea but even their reserves should be too good for a side with just four professionals and who still don't believe they knocked out Motherwell and Lech Poznan.
Other sides I've considered are PAOK at home to Zimbru, Rio Ave at home to Elfsborg, Zurich at home to Trnava and Bruges at home to Grasshoppers – but the more you do the harder it is.
As I said my Super Single in the Daily Record is Rapid Vienna at 4-5 with William Hill and anyone who likes this better my choice for the site should go with that one or their one.
For the site I'm taking a big chance with Lyon who lost the first leg at home to Astra then went down 1-0 at home to Lens in the French Ligue at the weekend. Lyon have started the season poorly with three defeats but there's in no doubt in my mind they'll win if they play anywhere near the best.
The pressure is off the French side now and Astra will believe they're through as their opponents need to score at least two goals but Lyon have won their previous three trips to Romania and the price is right at 13-8 with McBookie and BetVictor – and the odds are falling.
I've read a few match previews and confidence in Lyon is high so I'm willing to take a chance – but you don't have to and especially if you've been stung by French sides in the past couple of weeks.
(13-8, BetVictor, bet365)
Legia Warsaw (8pm)
St Etienne (7.30pm)
Pays 2-1 at Paddy Power
Hull v Lokeren under 2.5 goals (7.45pm)
Midtylland v Panathinaikos btts (7pm)
Borussia M v Sarajevo ober 2.5 goals (7.45pm)
Pays 4-1 at Ladbrokes