AFTER a miserable May my two main bets won on Saturday but the others were losers.
Cove were my Super Single at 10-11 and they won 3-0 at Berwick for a 7-0 aggregate success that earned them a place in the SPFL for the first time.
It was clear from the first leg there was a huge gulf between the teams and I should have taken them -1 as the Super Single back then. However, my knowledge of Highland League football isn't extensive although I do know Berwick are rubbish.
Watched the highlights of the first leg and from what I saw Cove will be pushing for promotion from League Two next season.
My Top Treble won at 18-5 thanks to St Mirren as well as Hamilton +1 and Espanyol +1 so maybe I should have been braver as they all notched straight wins.
I was disappointed with the goals trebles, especially the German one which was beaten by Borussia M'gladbach. I expected a load of goals on the final day of the Bundesliga and Gladbach were one of only three teams not to score with Wolfsburg top scorers with eight.
Bayern Munich duly wrapped up the title with a crushing 5-1 win at home to Eintracht Frankfurt and I tipped Bayern and both to score.
The moneyback fivefold was looking good until Getafe conceded a late equaliser at home to Villarreal as Valencia clinched the fourth Champions League place in La Liga.
Well done to all the winners including Greg, HullShaker and macca with his FA Cup Final goals shout.
The focus on Sunday is on the Scottish Premiership and Serie A with other games dotted about the Continent.
Killie face the tougher test at home to a Rangers side trying to end the season with seven successive wins.
The sides have met six times this season with Rangers winning three and drawing twice and I can see another stalemate in what is likely to be Steve Clarke's last game in charge of a club he has reinvented before taking charge of Scotland.
Killie are 10-3 with bet365 and to claim the win that will clinch third spot while Gers are 10-11 at McBookie with the draw 5-2.
Aberdeen haven't lost to Hibs this season – two wins and two draws – and I like their chances at 13-10 with Unibet against a side likely to have their feet off the gas.
The other game is a cup final rehearsal between Celtic and Hearts but teams tomorrow will much different from next Saturday with many stars rested. This is one game where bets shouldn't be placed until line-ups are revealed. SlipsTips has posted a Celtic vs Hearts preview.
In Italy Inter, Atalanta, Milan and Roma are fighting for two Champions League places. Atalanta head to champions Juventus and Inter are at runners-up Napoli. Difficult games but against sides with nothing to play for.
Milan have the easiest task at home to relegated Frosinone while Roma slipped up by being held 0-0 at Sassuolo last night.
Empoli v Torino and Parma v Fiorentina and are the big games at the wrong end of the table.
For a Top Treble I'm taking a chance on Aberdeen, boosted by the news boss Derek McInnes is staying, picking up the points that could see them finish third.
Add Orient to win the FA Trophy and make it a double after topping the National League. While Orient can celebrate their return to the big time, Fylde will still be licking their wounds after losing the play-off final 3-0 to Salford. In the regular season Orient won both meetings by two goals and while they should win again in 90 minutes I'm playing safer and backing them to lift the trophy.
HullShaker knows Fylde well and is also backing against them. Check out his tips and preview here.
Complete the treble with Barcelona at Eibar. It's a risky one because of course they've won the title but will want to finish with a win unlike Real Madrid earlier. Barca may have won the double but there are still critics after the way they exited the Champions League at Liverpool and manager Ernesto Valverde needs all the goodwill he can get.
Remember to check welovebetting for their video chat and tips.
1pt Top Treble
- Aberdeen (3pm)
- Barcelona (3.15pm)
- Orient to win FA Trophy (4.15pm)
- (11-2, Marathonbet)
1pt Both to Score Treble
- Kilmarnock v Rangers (3pm)
- Tondela v Chaves (5.30pm)
- Juventus v Atalanta (7.30pm)
- (11-4, William Hill)
Mr Fixit's May Super Singles Total: -9.4pts
Mr Fixit's May Accas Total: -20.4pts