THE opening game on Sunday was probably the best one as the Premier League goals average started to point downward.
Aberdeen 3, Celtic 3 had everything and well done to all the winners on the game and especially those who put some good inplay bets.
Lewis Ferguson's one of the best young players in Scottish football and plenty were on him to score and be booked – he's also one of the fieriest and that's no surprise with his old man being an ex-Clydebank star.
I had one winner and loser on Saturday so no damage done. My Scots double landed at 11-5 thanks to both scoring at Aberdeen and Rangers -1.
But my both to score treble never got off the ground on the days all the others on my shortlist won.
Good luck with your bets on Monday ahead of a another big week.
There are two more Premier League with Spurs heading to Burnley and Brighton taking on West Brom.
You have to fancy Spurs side who have netted 16 in their last four away matches and I'll be on Gareth Bale to open his Spurs scoring account if he starts after going close last week.
Spurs are a little short at 1-2 but I can see why and Burnley have won just two of their 12 Premier League games against their London rivals at Turf Moor.
Bale is 13-10 at bet365 to get off the mark if Harry Kane and Son give him a look-in.
Check out some of our latest match previews.
Elsewhere AC Milan tackle Roma in a big game in Serie A, Levante face Celta Vigo in La Liga, in the Bundesliga it's Bayer Leverkusen vs Augsburg and in Portugal we have Benfica vs Belenenses so plenty to look at.
Gianluigi Donnarumma and Jens Petter Hauge are out for Milan after testing positive and been forced to self-isolate just days after their Europa League trip to face Celtic.
I fancy both to score at the San Siro with Milan's last four going that way and to complete the treble add Leverkusen against a side who have netted one goal in six visits to the BayArena.
- Spurs (8pm)
- Leverkusen (7.30pm)
- AC Milan vs Roma btts (7.45pm)
- (3-1, McBookie)