IT'S the return of the Champions League tonight and PSG v Real Madrid has the makings of a cracker.
I've posted a separate preview and the only disappointment is the absence of Neymar and possibly Kylian Mbappe that puts the odds firmly in favour of the holders who lead 3-1 from the first leg.
The other tie between Liverpool and Porto is a non-event with the Reds having won 5-0 in the away leg.
Elsewhere all the Scottish games are off except Alloa v Arbroath but there have been no early call-offs in England.
There's a full Championship card and at first glance I like the look of Fulham at home to Sheffield United and Aston Villa at Sunderland. Also a handful of League One and League Two clashes.
Fulham are flying and have an outside chance of automatic promotion after a run of 13 games without defeat. Ten were wins including an impressive 2-1 defeat of Derby away at the weekend. At just under evens I'm taking them as the Super Single even if the Blades won't make it easy at Craven Cottage.
I'm usually quite wary about midweek Championship fixtures and for that reason I'm taking two sides who should win on the double chance in a Top Treble along with Forest Green not to lose at Newport.
Derby were Fulham's latest victims but should bounce back at a QPR side who have lost three in four including a 5-2 thrashing at home to Nottingham Forest at the weekend. Derby's top-six place isn't secure and this is one they'll be desperate to win.
Add Aston Villa not to lose at Sunderland. Villa should be OK for the play-offs – and have a chance of automatic promotion – and will see a trip north as a must-win.
Sunderland look doomed to a second relegation and are now rooted to the foot of the table but just four points from safety.
Chris Coleman's side have produced some decent results but aren't consistent enough. They've picked up three points in 18 – good draws against Millwall, Middlesbrough and Bristol City – but in that spell they've lost to Bolton, Brentford and Ipswich. I believe Villa will win but happy to keep the draw on side.
Complete the treble with upwardly mobile Forest Green who have climbed to sixth bottom after three wins in four. They head to Newport who haven't scored in five but their last two were 0-0 draws against Port Vale and Notts County so I'll again keep the stalemate with me.
Last night my 13-10 double on Man United and Celta Vigo to score 2+ came in with 90th-minute goals in both games so that was lucky.
Well done to all the winners including Greg with Belgian Reserve goals and maccathered who went against the grain and tipped loads of strikes at Crystal Palace.
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2pts Super Single
2pts Top Treble
- Derby not to lose
- Aston Villa not to lose
- Forest Green not to lose
- (11-5, Unibet)
*0.25pts Moneyback Fivefold
- Aston Villa
- (43-1, Ladbrokes)
*Stake back as free bet for 1 wrong
Straight fivefold pays a biggest 48-1 at betfair
1pt Both to Score Treble
- PSG v Real Madrid
- Norwich v Nottm Forest
- QPR v Derby
- (7-2, 10Bet)
March Super Singles Total: -5pts
March Advised Accas Total: +6.4pts
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