IT wasn't an easy day on a card without the top leagues and well done to anyone who managed to pick a winner.
English League One and League Two games have been tough to call this season and I was let down by Peterborough for once.
My Scottish Top Treble landed if like me you couldn't get Dunfermline -1 and had to take Dunfermline to win. But if you did the handicap bet it was a loser.
Desmond at least had one winner with his both to score double landing.
The focus is on the Nations League again on Sunday with games including Belgium vs England, Wales vs Ireland, Italy vs Poland and Scotland vs Slovakia.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke is likely to make wholesale changes to a side that partied into the wee small hours after beating Serbia to reach Euro 2020.
He has in fact made eight with Kieran Tierney, John McGinn and Ryan Christie the only survivors from Belgrade. Oli McBurnie starts up top in place of the banned Lyndon Dykes. Hearts keeper Craig Gordon returns from the international wilderness to replace national hero David Marshall.
McBurnie is still looking for his first Scotland goal although he coolly scored in the penalty shoot-out and in his previous two games hit the bar. The Sheffield United man is 11-5 with bet365 to score in Slovakia but penalty taker Christie is more likely at 10-3 with bet365.
Clarke's men need one win from their final two games to win their section and promotion to the big boys but he'll give plenty of his heroes a break and luckily for Scotland their opponents may also be suffering a hangover after beating Northern Ireland to book their finals slot. This has the look of a draw.
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Elsewhere there is one Betfred Cup tie as Hibs face Dundee but after Saturday's results both teams are through to the last eight but a Dundee win or win on penalties will clinch top spot and a seeded place.
Northern Ireland and Iceland will be feeling sorry for themselves after play-off final defeats, especially Iceland who conceded twice in the last three minutes to go down 2-1 to Hungary.
They are bottom of A2 with no points from four games while Denmark have slim hopes of topping the table on seven. Back the Danes to win at around 1-2 and add Austria at home to the Irish.
Austria have won seven of their last nine and beat Ian Baraclough's men 1-0 in Belfast. Again they are around 1-2.
Complete the treble with both to score in Leuven. England beat the Belgians 2-1 at Wembley and I expect both to score again in the clash of the giants.
It's world No.1 vs world No.4 so hopefully we some quality and some goals and while the Belgians, unbeaten in 22 at home, will be tough to beat I expect England to score.
And it could be Harry Kane who grabs the goals. The Spurs star loves the big occasion and what bigger than captaining your country on your 50th appearance. Kane is 9-2 at bet365 to score first and 13-8 with Paddy Power to net at any time.
Hungary, depending on fitness and length of party last week, could be a bit if value at 12-5 at home to Serbia who will still be suffering.
It was obvious from their display they're a team of individuals rather than a team and takes more than talent to win games.
If Serbia play as passively as they did against Scotland they'll lose again to an improving Hungary side sull hunting top spot in B3.