OUT of three tips out up I had to settle for a Top Treble winner at just over 2-1 thanks to Steaua Bucharest, Apoel and Zenit St Petersburg.
I had high hopes for the Super Single after Red Bull stormed into an early 2-0 lead against Qarabag but took their foot of the gas and settled for the one-goal aggregate success.
I expected Celtic to out against Legia Warsaw but not as tamely as they did. To lose 6-1 on aggregate is embarrassing but understandable with Ronny Deila still finding his feet and the board not giving him funds to strengthen.
So Celtic head into the final round of the Europa qualifiers where fellow Scots Aberdeen and St Johnstone would love to be but both face titanic tasks after first-leg losses.
Aberdeen knew they were up against it from the off and did okay just to lose 2-0 away to Real Sociedad. The Spaniards are still ring rusty so the Dons might give themselves some chance in front of a full house if they score first.
Saints also need to net at least two away to Spartak Trnava after losing 2-1 at home. The Perth men should have Stevie May back for possibly his last game before joining Rotherham but netted just 13 goals away from home in the league last season.
Saints are 4-1 at Skybet to score two or more and May is 15-2 at William Hill to break the deadlock.
As everyone knows the Europa League is a bit of minefield and I'm risking much of my betting bet ahead of a big weekend.
Hull – and Tom Huddlestone with his penalty miss – let us down last week but should beat Trencin after a 0-0 draw away from home. There should be a decent atmosphere at the KC Stadium for City's first home European tie and they are a best 1-2 at Coral.
Start the Top Treble with Hull and add Molde at home to Zorya. Molde bagged a draw in Ukraine with a late equaliser and have now gone 23 games unbeaten stretching back to April.
It's not an easy tie for them but the Norwegians are supremely confident and in the last round beat Gorica 4-1 in front of their home fans.
For anyone happy with a 6-4 treble add Viktoria Plzen at home to Petrolul after a 1-1 draw away but I'm risking Rio Ave at a best 4-5 with Coral at home to Gothenburg.
The Portuguese side weren't surprise winners in Sweden and should take care of a side who have lost their last three games without scoring. I know Rio don't have to win but a 1-0 lead is precarious and I expect them to increase their advantage against a side out of sorts.
I've had a good look at the Europa League games and picked out three matches that look good for both teams to score and advise a Trixie.
First up take FH of Iceland v Elfsborg who won 4-1 at home. FH have netted 12 goals in six games while Elfsborg's last away game was a 4-2 win at Norrkoping.
Add Hajduk Split v Shakhter Karagandy which was 4-2 to the Kazakhs last week. We all know Shakhter aren't as good away and while they'll be fighting to stay alive I can see both teams score.
Comnplete the treble with Shakhtor v Zulte. There were goals galore in this one last week with the Belgians winning 5-2 so is it too much to ask for a 1-1 draw at worst.
Rio Ave (8pm)
Pays 5-2 at William Hill
FH v Elfsborg (7.30pm)
Hajduk v Shakhter (6.30pm)
Shakhtyor v Zulte (6pm)
Perm any 2 and all 3 (Trixie)
Treble pays 9-2 at William Hill