I SAID it wasn't a super Saturday but it turned out not too badly with 28-1 and 40-1 winners on the VIP tips.
My Super Single won although Queen of the South made me sweat after almost blowing a 4-0 half-time lead against Crusaders. I'd have advised cashing out or covering at 4-0 if I'd been about.
I called the Irn-Bru Cup games pretty well and my handicap treble on Sutton, Boreham Wood and Connah's Quay was an easy Top Treble winner.
On the VIP tips I've landed winners every week since we started them and on Saturday my four aways came in at 28-1 and three out of four draws paid 40-1. A leveller for Cambridge at home to Carlisle would have given me a 167-1 four-timer.
Aways have been good to me this season and it's just a pity they're not contributing to my stats as they'd be off the scale. In the past four weeks I've had three winning fourfolds and three out of four on the other occasion – so 16 aways tipped and 15 winners. Maybe I should be called King of the Road.
I've had dozens of emails tonight from Daily Record readers thanking me for the aways but one guy asked what's the problem with the homes which is what he backs exclusively. And it's a fair comment.
They should be easier to land and I'm not sure why I'm struggling with them. Maybe it's because there are more to choose from or because I try to go for value – usually I don't look at a side shorter than 1-2 but this weekend it was different on a curtailed card.
Next weekend I'd love to pick up another four aways but I'll be even more determined with the homes and also the both to score treble which was my other loser tomorrow.
Well done to all the other winners on Saturday and good luck on Sunday.
There isn't masses to look but from the Nations League games Wales stand out at Denmark. I was really impressed by Ryan Giggs's side in last week's 4-1 defeat of Ireland even though their visitors were weakened.
Gareth Bale score a beaut and was well supported by the likes of Joe Allen, Aaron Ramsay and Chelsea kid Ethan Ampadu who looks a great prospect.
Wales are a big price to win but I'm going draw no bet since the Danes are unbeaten in 13 competitive games and had a decent campaign in Russia.
Star men such as Peter Schmeichel and Christian Eriksen return after players agreed to hold talks with the FA about commercial rights but I'm not sure about their mental state or how they'll be treated by fans after refusing to play in the 3-0 friendly loss to Slovakia.
Both to score is a bet I looked at but in the end taking Wales draw no bet – if they play like they did against the Irish they could win.
I agree with Greg about goals in France and I'm on both to score to start a treble. Add Georgia to beat a woeful Latzia who drew 0-0 with Andorra last week, Georgia opened League D by winning 2-0 in Kazakhstan and should have no problems here.
Complete the treble with under 2.5 goals at Liechtenstein v Gibraltar – basically two poor teams who don't score often. Their only previous meeting ended 0-0 and while Liechtenstein are favourites in the betting their last home game saw them lose 1-0 to Andorra.
Remember to check out all the match previews and have a look at welovebetting for their tips and videos.
2pts Super Single
- Wales draw no bet (5pm)
- (13-8, Marathonbet)
2pts Top Treble
- France v Holland btts
- Georgia (5pm)
- Liechtenstein v Gibraltar under 2.5 goals
- (19-5, Marathonbet)
September Advised Super Singles: -4pts
September Advised Accas: -1.5pts