I'VE been looking at the Europa League card for a few hours now and this is my treble from a fairly long list of possibles.
Hopefully I've chosen the correct ones as I go for three top trebles in a row.
I'm kicking off with Kuban Krasnodar against Motherwell. The Scots had high hopes for the tie against the Euro rookies but last weekend were caught on the counter twice by a side not lacking in quality.
Fir Park boss Stuart McCall knows the tie's over at 2-0 down and has left star trio James McFadden, Iain Vigurs and John Sutton at home nursing knocks and hopefully ready for Premiership league action at the weekend.
This is all about keeping the score to a minimum and while Kuban don't have to win they will surely want to put on a show in front of an expected 30,000 crowd for their first-ever European home tie. This season Kuban have drawn with Zenit, Rubin Kazan and Spartak Moscow and that shows how good they are.
Djibril Cisse could start and the former QPR would love to make an impression at his new club with a goal.
Next take Belgian Bruges at home to Slask Wroclaw. Bruges start the tie 1-0 down so have to win to turn things around.
The second best team in Belgian should be too good for any side in Poland and the stat I like is eight home wins in a row for Bruges in all competitions. They have signed experienced striker Eidur Gudjohnsen who looked good in pre-season and have started with league victories against Oostende and Charleroi.
Slask drew away at Rudar in the last round and also at Korona in their last league outing so there are question marks about their form outside their own ground.
Make it a treble with Thun at home to Swedish side Hacken. Thun won the first leg 2-1, are unbeaten at home in 10 and the way they play you'd expect them to add to their lead.
Thun's last five matches have featured 21 goals with both sides scoring while Hacken have lost four and draw one of their last six – including four successive league defeats that have dropped them to 10th in the table. The sole victory was a 1-0 home success against Sparta Prague in the last round after a 2-2 draw in the Czech Republic.
It's a treble that pays just over 17-10 so not a biggie. If that doesn't appeal you could more than double the payout by adding Super Single Swansea.
Other favourites I expect to win tonight are Bursaspor v Vojvodina, St Johnstone v Minsk and Vitesse v Petrolul.
Pays £27.24 to a £10 stake at Titanbet