MR FIXIT'S away spending his winnings so he's asked me to have a look at this League One play-off.
It's a tough call and I reckon he's decided to put me on the spot because he can't pick a winner.
Either that or he's watching dodgy videos. I popped into his office last week and caught him on YouTube getting rather flustered.
His face went beetroot when I asked what he was watching. I expected Debbie Does Dallas or feared he had found Chunky's sex tape. That's the one where she dreams that all men are made of chocolate by the way.
In fact what Mr Fixit was watching was even more embarrassing. It was Clydebank's Goal of the Season compilation. How sad is he?
Anyway the worst part was he made me sit through highlights of last week's game with a hat-trick but some bloke called Drian or something like that.
I don't think there will be any hat-tricks at Bramall Lane tonight with the match expected to be a closely-fought affair. The first leg was 0-0 and probably worse than watching Clydebank.
It was that bad I've got to consider the fact it could be another 0-0 with no scorer paying 9-1 at the likes of bet365 and Ladbrokes. It was 2-2 in the league when the sides met a couple of weeks ago and I'm certainly looking at another draw, but a more nervy one, that pays 12-5 at bet365 and Ladbrokes.
But they haven't won in six since top scorer Ched Evans was jailed (and for a much worse offence than watching Clydebank videos). As well as Evans, United will be without suspended James Beattie so there may be a start for Richard Cresswell.
With little up front I can see Stevenage, who have lost just once in 17, battling to the draw and getting over the line after extra time or penalties. To win on spot-kicks you can have 10-1 on either team with William Hill so back both it you're going down that route for a 5-1 return.
For the final I'm already on Huddersfield to win at Wembley and with them leading MK Dons 2-0 before Tuesday's home leg you can still get 1-1 on the Terriers. Lump on.
Stevenage to qualify
Time of first goal over 31 mins
(21-20, William Hill)
Under 2.5 goals
Huddersfield to win play-offs