JUST two nights of Nations League games remaining before we turn our attention to the start of the English leagues.
That will be music to the ears of most punters although results were a little better on Sunday.
Two thirds of my treble won thanks to both to score at Switzerland vs Germany and Russia. I was let down by Ireland losing at home to Finland and it must have cost quite a few punters.
The advice remains to play for low stakes with another eight games on Monday including Holland vs Italy, Northern Ireland vs Norway and Bosnia vs Poland.
Czech Republic vs Scotland was called off then put back on the schedule with the Czechs set to play a different team from the one that beat Slovakia 3-1 on Friday. I've posted a separate match preview for the game.
And Kevin Mac has also posted predictions and a match preview for Czech Rep vs Scotland.
It's clearer now what sort of side the Czechs will be playing with just two capped players in the squad and Under-18 coach David Holoubek taking charge.
In today's Daily Record Aberdeen keeper Tomas Cerny says he expects Scotland to win but warns them about underestimating the opponents who have nothing to lose.
Roman Hubnik, a 36-year-old veteran striker, is one of the capped men and plays for Olomouc where the game is being staged.
Scotland will expect to beat a second/third string side but there's no value in backing the win now at 1-2 and honestly the game should have been called off.
Kevin Mac has also posted predictions and a match preview for Northern Ireland vs Norway.
Elsewhere I fancy Austria to beat Hungary at home to make it six points out of six and in this evening's big game back Italy not to lose in Holland.
Well done to all the winners on Sunday and take it easy on Monday.
- Italy not to lose
- (17-10, McBookie)