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.

Top Treble

Kuban (6pm)

Bruges (7.45pm)

Thun (6.30pm)

Pays £27.24 to a £10 stake at Titanbet

  1. The Dane 7 years ago


    (The matches most experts agrees on having value combined with my staking plan. Because of mother nature and my daily adjustment of stakes I’ll be staying away from tennis on this series.)

    Small loss yesterday but only 3/5 needed today for a 6% profit.

    Horsens – Silkeborg (Denmark)
    Odds: 2,00
    Stake: €105.00

    Rubin Kazan – Randers
    Randers under 0.5 goals
    Odds: 1,85
    Stake: €114.00

    Zilina – Rijeka
    Zilina +0.25
    Odds: 1,55
    Stake: €136.00

    Stromsgodset – Jablonec
    Both Teams To Score
    Odds: 1,60
    Odds: €132.00

    Malmo – Swansea
    Odds: 1,96
    Stake: €108.00

    Total stake: €595.00

    If 1 pick correct: -65% lost of my €595.00
    If 2: -29%
    3: +6%
    4: +41%
    5: +76%

    The Dane.

  2. Danny T 7 years ago

    Sorry mr f just seen it here ignore my earlier post

  3. Zhoro 7 years ago

    Metalurg Donetsk (to win to nil @ 1.72)
    Rapid Wien – Asteras Tripoli (home win @ 1.66)
    Malmö FF – Swansea City (over2.5 @ 1.80)

    Good luck :)

  4. C"mon you bhoys in green 7 years ago

    Mr f who would you regard as a best chance of a first goal scorer out of michu and bony

  5. Striker 7 years ago

    My treble today is

    Tel Aviv (4/5)
    Swansea (10/11)
    Vitesse (17/20)

    Pays 6.3/1 at above prices, but some have now shortened.

    • Striker 7 years ago

      Correction it pays 5.3/1 as I mistakenly included the original stake

  6. Richard 7 years ago

    I’ve gone for the treble but with Kuban -1 – Motherwell left a few players at home and Kuban should at least equal their away result

    pays 41.10 for a tenner

  7. Danny 7 years ago

    when I first introduced the site to Bony he was extremely short now he is @ Swansea I am not to sure he was lethal in Holland will he be so deadly in the EPL time will soon tell hope he is a good money maker

    added on dribble am not a fitbaw agent but never saw anybody else ever tip him before Swansea signing so don’t hit a bad mood effort lol

    bbts Friendly Valencia – PSV

    btts is 8/13 looks wonderful considering majority of bookies only offering that for over 2.5 not even may well be one to look at

  8. Marco 7 years ago

    Has anyone any thoughts on PSG tomorrow night?

    • Mr Fixit 7 years ago

      Marco, they’ll probably feature in my tips tomorrow.

  9. Wiser Sosé 7 years ago

    What time do you usually post your tips Mr. F? Night before or morning of the games?

    • Mr Fixit 7 years ago

      Wiser, usually in the morning, sometimes at night, depends what I’ve got on.

  10. william bailie 7 years ago

    2nd best club in belgium should be good enough….. they also should know if losing 1 nil from an away leg NOT to concede first! And after replying to doing that should absolutely NEVER concede the next! Club bruges? Nonono club bollocks!

  11. flyboivince 7 years ago

    late on games

    Velez Sarsfield Vs Arsenal S.
    Home win

    Gremio Vs Coritiba
    Over 2,5 match goals

    Vasco Da Gama Vs Ponte Preta
    Over 2.5 Match goals

    Major League Baseball

    LA Dogers to win

    Detriot Tigers To win



  12. paul s 7 years ago

    new to this and maybe im wrong but surely in the friendly tomo with man u and seville seville will have a severely weakend team after playing tonight in europa league?

    • Mr Fixit 7 years ago

      paul s, it’s Rio Ferdinand’s testimonial so neither side will take it too seriously.

  13. Madi 7 years ago

    Man U are also playing on Sunday in the community shield. Both sides to field fringe players possibly?

    • paul s 7 years ago

      never thought of that cheers

  14. 1plus2 7 years ago

    Here is a bet i will be doing and that is the Seahawks -3 against the Chargers @ 10/11 in the pre season of the NFL and here is 1 of the reasons.

    1. Christine Michael, Seahawks running back

    Michael has to earn his carries as a rookie, according to Seahawks running backs coach Sherman Smith, but his battering-ram style of play has turned heads in Seattle. With Robert Turbin coming off a foot injury, Michael should see plenty of work against the San Diego Chargers.

    “You’re going to see Christine Michael right off the bat. I don’t mind telling you that,” coach Pete Carroll said this week, via KIRO-AM. “I’m kind of anxious to see that myself.”

    With Turbin and Michael behind three-time Pro Bowl selection Marshawn Lynch, we see the Seahawks as the league’s second-deepest backfield. Michael fits their hard-running style and has a chance to impact this offense this season.

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