WASN'T a bad day for punters with short-priced favourites Man City, Man United and Celtic all winning.
Plenty of big hitters would have been on that treble but I was searching for more value on two trebles that let me down.
Well done to all the winners including HullShaker and Greg and I noticed sean567 had a Super Sunday.
Like me Mainz not scoring beat Scott's double but he tipped James Forrest to score on his St Johnstone v Celtic preview. Greg's nap of Celtic -1 came up late thanks to Timo Weah's strike.
Big game to look forward to on Monday as Liverpool travel to West Ham bidding to restore their five-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Liverpool have won 4-0 and 4-1 on their last two visits and also beat the Hammers 4-1 at Anfield earlier in the season so Jurgen Klopp will be confident of the points.
Defensively the Reds have been more solid this season but there could be goals here with six of the last seven on the h2h going over 2.5 goals.
Kevinmac has posted a match preview and he's going with Liverpool and both to score but wants to know whether Marko Arnautovic is available to start before putting his cash on. I agree with that assessment but would prefer to go with the straight Liverpool win although it's a little short. For me the bet could be Mo Salah to score first at 3-1 with bet365.
Elsewhere free-scoring Atalanta's visit to Cagliari should guarantee goals. Atalanta have netted 18 in five goals with their last six matches producing 29 goals. I can see Atalanta winning by at least two against a side who have conceded nine in two games.
In January a cup trip ended with a 2-0 Atalanta win but back in September they lost 1-0 at home to Cagliari on league business. Lazio should get back to winning ways at Frosinone in the other Serie A match at 6pm.
Rayo Vallecano, unbeaten in five, will fancy their chances at home to Leganes although they haven't beaten them in three meetings this season. Vallecano are on a great run of four wins out of five and if it wasn't for the h2h I'd be backing them at around 6-4 or even draw no bet at 13-15.
They lie 18th in La Liga – one spot behind Leganes – but victory could lift them six places and that's a massive carrot.
For a Super Single double I'm taking Atalanta to win and Rayo to score. The Spaniards have netted 10 in that five-game run so should at least hit the target.
I'm risking 1pt on two bets at bigger prices so let's see they go. First up is an anytime scorer double on Atalanta's Duvan Zapata who has netted in his last 10 goals. In that spell the Colombian's hit an incredible 17 including four at Frosinone and three at Udinese.
I like him at 10-3 with bet365 to score first but I'm adding Salah to net for a double. Salah's not been as prolific as last season but has netted 10 in 11 games and 19 for the season.
My 1pt Top Treble is fairly speculative featuring teams I've mentioned so don't try it unless you appreciate the risk.
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3pts Super Single
- Atalanta (8pm)
- Rayo to score (8pm)
- (13-10, Marathonbet)
1pt Anytime Scorer Double
- Salah (Liverpool, 8pm)
- Zapata (Atalanta)
- (23-10, bet365)
1pt Top Treble
- Liverpool & Btts
- Atalanta & over 2.5 match goals
- Rayo Vallecano
- (16-1, Betfred)
Mr Fixit's February Super Singles Total: -2pts
Mr Fixit's February Accas Total: -11pts