MY feeling was one of relief when last week's treble trapped – making it a good start to the new year.
It landed at 3-1 and I'm putting up a similarly priced line this weekend.
Newcastle were poor in the 2-0 defeat and admittedly have been missing players. Until Pardew blends in some fresh faces they may continue to struggle and of course the loss of top scorer Demba Ba to Chelsea is a huge blow.
And now they've been rocked by the news £10million skipper Fabricio Coloccini wants to return to Argentina during this transfer window for personal reasons.
Norwich look as if they'll be a mid-table side this season and five of their six wins have come at Carrow Road where they've beaten the likes of Man United.
And boss Chris Hughton will be desperate to put one over the club that sacked him after leading them back into the Premier League.
This is the biggest price of my treble but I feel Norwich, impressive 3-0 winners at Peterbrough last week, are value at 11-10 at Betway to beat a side that's lost seven in nine.
Next I'm heading to the Scottish First Division and Dunfermline at home to Airdrie.
Slip-ups by Morton and Partick Thistle last weekend allowed the Pars to climb to the top of the table and they'll hope to remain there.
Jim Jefferies' men should at least beat an Airdrie side who are involved in a four-way battle to beat the drop (if there is one) after a run of 10 games without victory.
Complete the treble with Elgin at home to East Stirling. Elgin ended a poor run when they became the first team to take a league point at Rangers this season – and they did it with 10 men.
The Highlanders, who for a spell were challenging for the title, have slipped to fifth but are just one point off second. They should return to winning ways against a Shire outfit without a win in six and who crashed 4-1 at home to Elgin earlier in the season.
Pays enhanced odds of 16-5 with Betway.com