IT was one win from two for me on Sunday with the btts double on matches at Viktoria Plzen and Start coming up at 6-4 but Ferencvaros letting down the Daily Double.
Overall it's been a good weekend but Monday's a pretty quiet card as we build up to a busy three days of European qualifiers then the start of the Scottish and English leagues at the weekend.
I won't seriously start looking at the anteposts until I get my hands on a Racing Post pullout – why should I do hours of research when they've done it all for me and at the cost of less than a pint. I'd advise everyone to buy the paper tomorrow for a valuable pullout that you'll be referring to for weeks if not months.
On Monday most of the matches are in Scandinavia while there is Brest v Clermont and Kaiserslautern v 1860 Munich in French and Germany respectively.
Brest are unbeaten in five at home to Clermont but the standout stat for this fixture is 12 of the 14 meetings between the sides going under 2.5 goals. Another unders is 1-2 with the likes of Stan James, McBookie and BetVictor.
Irish league leaders Dundalk entertain Wexford in the EA Cup semi-finals but are no bigger than 2-15 with BetVictor and McBookie so minus one at 4-9 with Paddy Power could be the bet but Dundalk are fielding a weakened team as they have in every round.
Kaiserslautern have won six of their last seven at home to 1860 Munich including 3-0, 4-1 and 4-0 wins but both they and their opponents have lost star men to Cologne. The home side have flogged striker Simon Zoller for £3m while 1860 have lost attacker Yaya Osako for half that figure.
On head to heads I'd go for Kaiserslautern but with it being the first game of the season and changes to both squads it's one to approach with caution.
Under 2.5 goals at Brest and Dundalk -1 is a tempting double at 21-20 with Paddy Power but as Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny has said he'll ring the changes so it's a risky one even though he will be keen to reach the final.
So instead of Dundalk -1 I'm taking both teams to score at Djurgarden at Helsingborgs in Sweden. Six of the last eight meetings between the sides have seen both scorer and their last three matches respectively (four in the case of Djurgarden) have brought up this market.
Elsewhere I like Rijeka at Istra in Croatia but again they're short at a best 1-2 and later we have Man United v Liverpool in the Champions Cup Final. United look in decent shape under Loius van Gaal but I want to see teams before considering a bet.
Brest v Clermont under 2.5 goals (7.30pm)
Djurgarden v Helsingborg btts (6.05pm)
Pays 6-4 at bet365