TUESDAY'S card looked so simple and who would have thought both Man City and Man United would have slipped up.
It's incredible to think Man City went down 2-1 at Newcastle after netting in 25 seconds while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's winning run ended at eight and I suppose he'll be happy with a draw after being 2-0 down late on at home to Burnley.
Those results will have beaten hundreds of thousands of slips and certainly downed my Top Treble.
City boss Pep Guardiola is right to say the title race isn't over but Liverpool will be short favourites if they beat Leicester tonight to extend their lead at the top to seven.
Other Premier League games tonight are Bournemouth v Chelsea, Spurs v Watford and Southampton v Crystal Palace.
In the Scottish Cup Rangers travel to League Two Cowdenbeath – and I've posted a preview – while Celtic aim to pull six points clear of Rangers at the top of the Premiership by beating St Johnstone.
Last night I got some revenge for Aberdeen drawing with Stenny with my two tips on the replay winning at 8-15 and 7-5 but I haven't yet forgiven the Dons. Also what Stephen Dobbie hitting a hat-trick for QoS to knock out Dundee and set up a trip to Pittodrie.
Some cup games on the Continent to look at including the second French League Cup semi between Strasbourg and Bordeaux with the winners facing Guingamp.
My best effort yesterday was the goals treble beaten by a West Ham goal and I wish I'd stuck with the lower leagues where there were plenty.
Well done to all the winners yesterday including Greg and HullShaker on their posts and loads on the comments section we had the likes of shortee and maccathered and too many to mention.
And spare a thought for Scott who could have covered his members bet at a huge price but never anticipated two injury-time goals as Valencia knocked Getafe out of the Spanish Cup in dramatic fashion.
Last night's 6-1 goals effort was one short and I'm having another go with a 6-1 both to score to treble in the Premier League.
Liverpool should win but Leicester can score especially if Virgil van Dijk is missing. Palace lost 4-3 at Anfield last time out and Leicester have netted on three of their last four visits there. Liverpool & btts at 2-1 with betfair.
Next take Spurs v Watford and I agree with maccathered this could be tough and for the home men. They drew 2-2 at Wembley in September and beat Spurs 2-1 at home so btts looks the way to go.
Complete the treble with Southampton v Crystal Palace. Saints' last four have brought up btts as have four of meetings with Palace at St Mary's. Roy Hodgson's visitors followed up that thrilling loss at Anfield by beating a weakened Spurs 2-0 in the FA Cup and have scored in all of their recent matches.
I can't recover the Super Singles this month but I'll risk 1pt on James Tavernier scoring first for Rangers at Cowenbeath. As I said in my preview there is every chance of a penalty and he's the taker.
As I said earlier if I did a Top Treble it would include Rangers -2 and I'm adding over 2.5 goals in the Spanish Cup as Barcelona take on Sevilla trying to overturn a 2-0 deficit. I assume Lionel Messi will start as they give this a good go.
Complete with over 2.5 goals in the Italian Cup as Atalanta welcome Juventus. The sides drew 2-2 in Bergamo a few weeks ago in Serie A and five of Atalanta's last six games have gone over 3.5 goals.
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2pts Both to Score Treble
- Southampton v Crystal Palace
- Liverpool v Leicester (8pm)
- Spurs v Watford (8pm)
- (6-1, Paddy Power)
1pt Super Single
- Tavernier (Rangers) to score first
- (9-1, Betfred)
2pts Top Treble
- Rangers -2
- Atalanta v Juventus over 2.5 goals (7.45pm)
- Barcelona v Sevilla over 2.5 goals (8.15pm)
- (3-1, bet365)
Mr Fixit's January Super Singles Total: -32pts
Mr Fixit's January Accas Total: -29.4pts