OUR Bundesliga week one feast ended with a fine win for Bayer Leverkusen – and plenty of winners.
My Bayer -1 Super Single landed easily at 7-4 and I also flagged up superkid Kai Havertz to score first at 27-5.
Well done to all the winners including SlipsTips who had two out of three correct on his match preview.
It's been a profitable restart to the Bundesliga for most and here's to the next round of games.
I hope Greg resolves his problem with Sky Bet who aren't paying out on a special goals bet even though it landed before one game was postponed.
Meanwhile, Celtic have been declared champions of the Scottish Premiership and Hearts will almost be certainly be relegated unless they can come up with a reconstruction plan that suits the majority before the end of the week.
I've said it before but Celtic are fair winners as they wouldn't have been caught by Rangers who trailed by 13 points – and it would have probably been more if the season had continued.
Steven Gerrard has to take it on the chin and realise all Rangers fans will be desperate to stop a record 10 in a row.
Hearts are unlucky to go down but with the squad they have the basement wasn't a place they should have been occupying.
Good to hear bet365 have voided Hibs top six bets after they were replaced in the top half by St Johnstone on the points-per-game basis. They also paid out on Hibs to finish above Hearts bets.
In England Premiership clubs will return to training on Tuesday with the hope we'll some action behind closed doors towards the end of June.
Not much to look at on Tuesday except a Belarus reserve match between Dinamo Brest and BATE and some friendlies.