GENOA let the Super Single down by failing to score against Sampdoria and once again I paid for not going with my gut feeling.
Monday's Super Single in the Daily Record was under 2.5 goals at Man City v Chelsea and while I recommended it on the site I shied away when it came to putting up the top tips.
So backing the Super Single to £10 level stakes you'd be £11.40 down this month – but that can be wiped out tonight.
After checking team news I'm going with the concensus on the site and backing Bristol City to beat Coventry at home in League One.
Coventry have been battling against the odds all season, starting on -10 points and playing home matches at Northampton. And it just got tougher for boss Steven Pressley who lost top scorer Leon Clarke to Wolves on transfer deadline day.
He is also without injured Callum Wilson who had formed a great partnership up with Clarke and key midfielder John Fleck is also out. Pressley admits he's looking to bring in a couple of strikers on loan and has been boosted by the arrival of midfielder Nathan Delfouneso from Aston Villa.
Coventry's form has dipped with no wins in four while after playing in losing away to title contenders Wolves and Brentford, City beat Carlisle at home at the weekend to move out of the drop zone.
The Robins have improved under Steve Cotterill who took over in November and their strike options have been boosted by the signing of Peterborough's Tyrone Barnett.
This finished 5-4 to Coventry at Sixfields but the visitors looking short up front it may not be the goalfest expected. City are by no means a banker but I fancy their chances.
For the Top Treble I'm starting with Fulham who I have tipped to beat Sheffield Utd in their FA Cup replay on another thread. I'm hoping boss Rene Meulensteen is true to his word when he says he'll field a strong team and if they do Fulham should be comfortable winners.
Add Dutch cracks Vitesse who will go top of the table with a win at home to AZ. Vitesse are unbeaten in 12 and face a side with just two away wins all season.
Stay in Holland to complete the treble with Feyenoord at Roda. Feyenoord trail leaders Ajaz by seven points but can still get in the title mix if they go on a winning run.
They have won four and drawn one of their last five visits to Roda and beat them 4-0 at home earlier this season. Roda lie third bottom and have won just one of their last eight.
PSG should beat Nantes in the French League Cup but have a massive league game against title rivals Monaco at the weekend so it will be worth checking the strength of their line-up before considering backing them at 8-15 with Ladbrokes.
Udinese face Fiorentina in the first leg of Coppa Italia. Oor man from Napoli is wary about two-legged affairs but if pressed would side with Udinese who need a cup success more than their opponents.
Pays 7-2 at Coral