SOMETIMES there's nothing you can do about a poor set of results and I don't think anyone would have landed a decent WDW acca on Tuesday.
Myself, HullShaker, Greg and Desmond all struggled domestically on a night that saw some strange results, particularly in the Championship where only one of four well-fancied favourites won. Greg's Oldham pick was a winner though – as was Hull if you backed them with bet365 – and HullShaker's Iceland tips landed later.
Bolton picked up their first away win of the season at Birmingham and Hull blew a 2-0 half-time lead to draw at home to lowly Rotherham. And in League One Sunderland, as I feared, drew at home for the seventh time.
It was a better night for Scott with two out of three correct predictions on the Roma v Porto game while I and many others called the Man United v PSG game wrongly with the French outclassing their hosts despite the absence of Neymar and Edinson Cavani.
That tie's over now and the absence of Paul Pogba after being red-carded won't help United's cause.
Real and goals looks a good shout and I fancy Spurs to at least draw but btts could be the call there.
Yesterday I've put up a Super Single for Wednesday. I know it's the Championship, it's midweek, it's an away and it's odds on … but Derby are still too big at just under evens at rock-bottom Ipswich. However, I'm a bit concerned after Tuesday's results but Rams fan Nathan is fairly confident and tipping Derby -1.
Elsewhere there are another pile of Championship games including Brentford v Aston Villa, Leeds v Swansea City, Preston v Norwich and Sheffield United v Middlesbrough.
And there are two Ligue 1 games with St Etienne hosting Strasbourg and Nantes travelling to Caen.
Having looked more closely at the games I've picked out a goals double and a Top Treble. My goals one starts in Amsterdam and I'm backing Real and over 2.5 match goals.
Ajax have gone off the boil by winning of four in their league while Real are back to their best and showed their quality in drawing at Barcelona in the Cup then winning 3-1 at Atletico in the league.
Add over 2.5 goals at Brentford v Aston Villa as boss Dean Smith returns to the Bees. This could be fiery and promises goals with Brentford's last six seeing btts and overs and five of Villa's previous six going over 2.5 goals.
The two h2h's at Brentford went over and the sides drew 2-2 at Villa Park this season. My one concern is Villa's away form and they've failed to net in their last two on the road. Check out Scott's thoughts on his Brentford v Villa preview.
My Top Treble also features Derby and Real although it's a cautious one with both being backed draw no bet. Add Norwich not to lose at Preston to complete the treble.
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2pts Super Single
- Derby (Wed)
- (23-25, Marathonbet)
2pts Goals Double
- Real & over 2.5 match goals (8pm)
- Brentford v Aston Villa over 2.5 match goals
- (17-5, Coral)
3pts Top Treble
- Real draw no bet
- Derby draw no bet
- Norwich not to lose
- (2-1, Coral)
Mr Fixit's February Super Singles Total: +2pts
Mr Fixit's February Accas Total: -11.4pts