SATURDAY didn't bring the goalfest expected and I was Ross County strike short on my Scottish treble that saw the other games finish 3-1 and 3-4.
Bournemouth and Brentford beat the English one so it was a disappointing day.
Sunday's not as easy on paper with German, Italian and Spanish sides opening their league account.
If there was a good time to go to the Nou Camp it could be today. Barcelona having sold and not yet replaced Neymar will also be without Luis Suarez but of course still have Lionel Messi and he should be good for a goal or too. Real Betis have lost on their last five visits to the Catalan outfit but have netted a double three times and failed to score just once.
Emotions will be running high after last week's terror attacks in Spain and let's hope the clubs can put on a show and we'll see a few goals.
My second game is Atalanta v Roma and as I've said elsewhere there will be many changes in both squads with the highest-profile departure Mo Salah from Roma to Liverpool.
It weakens the side that finished runners-up last season but they have spent £80m on replacements and should still be chasing Juventus with Napoli. Stats say there will be goals here with both scoring in the last six meetings.
Complete the treble with Breda v PSV and again it's a stats-based bet. Three of the last four have brought up btts and Breda's last four competive matches have totalled 23 goals.
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1pt Both to Score Treble
- NAC Breda v PSV (3.45pm)
- Atalanta v Roma (5pm)
- Barcelona v Real Betis (7.15pm)
- (5-1, unibet)