IT was a decent day with the two Sunday Bundesliga games handing me two winners.
My 2-1 Super Single was Robert Lewandowski to score first for Bayern Munich at Union Berlin – and that came after VAR ruled out a Thomas Muller effort.
And a 2-2 draw at Cologne handed me an 8-5 both to score double after the Eintracht game had produced on Sunday. I also tipped over 3.5 goals at Cologne at 17-10.
The week one restart of the Bundesliga finishes on Monday night with Werder Bremen vs Bayer Leverkusen and I'm banking on an away win although it's a short price.
The last “proper” game I watched was Rangers 1, Bayer 3 in the Europa League and Ibrox fans will be keen to see how the Germans perform on their return to action.
There is still plans to play the European second leg behind closed doors and Bayer will be boosted by coming out of the lockdown much earlier than Scottish clubs who could call the Premiership season on Monday night.
Werder Bremen spent big in the summer but languish in 17th and are eight points adrift of safety with the fewest goals scored (27) and most conceded (55).
They have won only once at home and were thrashed 5-0 by Mainz in front of their own fans.
Bremen are 4-9 for the drop with only new boys Paderborn (1-16) above them in the relegation outright market.
Greg's Belarus nap landed on Sunday and he's had plenty of success there over the weekend.
Well done to him and all the other winners – and to everyone who has contributed to a busy weekend. And welcome back to all those who have been absent during lockdown.