MOST eyes will be on Liverpool v Man United on Sunday but I can't be having the home men at the odds.
Bookies are being incredibly tight by making Jurgen Klopp's men massive favourites at about 1-2.
They're the better side and should win but United have a good record against Liverpool and we know Jose Mourinho can dig out results against the big guns.
I posted a preview of the game the other day and maybe Liverpool to win to nil or Mo Salah to score first are the best bets.
Arsenal and Chelsea are also in action and should win while Celtic head to Hibs and Rangers welcome Hamilton. I've previewed the Rangers game, selectabet has done Celtic and other matches are covered.
Saturday wasn't easy with a tricky card and bad weather so well done to all the winners including Desmond who landed his main teams to score 2+ bet and FootyStats with a both to score treble from England.
My Top Treble landed at 14-5 thanks to a late flurry of goals from Raith but I was a Fulham goal short of making a nice profit for the day on the English both to score treble. I decided not to cover when West Ham netted early on.
I was pretty confident about the Super Single as was Greg Browning but St Johnstone never recovered from losing a goal in the second minute and even missed a penalty in their 2-1 defeat to Motherwell.
The stake was returned on the moneyback fivefold after two of my original selections were voided. I replaced them with Aberdeen and unfortunately St Johnstone and while there was no damage done I felt robbed as I was confident about the original bet.
On the VIP tips I had three aways out of four but didn't perm them and it was two draws out of three with the other void.
My Sunday goals treble starts early with over 2.5 at Heerenveen v Utrecht. The last seven on the h2h have gone over 3.5 goals and both sides have seen over 2.5 in four of their last six matches.
Add btts at Fiorentina v Empoli. Five of the last seven meetings have seen both scoring and over 2.5 goals and while Empoli's last six have broought up btts you'd fancy favourites Fiorentina to hit the target at least once.
Complete the treble with both to score at Levante v Barcelona where interestingly over 2.5 goals pays just 1-4. Last season Levante famously won this fixture 5-4 and in three out of four previous Barca netted 4+.
The trend says goals and last week Levante drew 4-4 at Eibar in the early game while Barca have netted 16 in their last six domestic games.
I'm trying another moneyback fivefold with five fairly hot favourites. Not much I need to say about Chelsea and Arsenal at Brighton and Southampton respectively.
Both were involved in Europa League action on Thursday but both were able to field weakened teams so fatigue shouldn't be a concern. Chelsea are a bit short but Arsenal close to evens against a side who need time to get going under new boss Ralph Hasenhuttl who lost his opening game 1-0 at Cardiff last week.
Also taking Celtic and the reasoning is on the preview while Lyon and Benfica complete the nap hand.
Lyon, two defeats in 17, face Monaco, two wins in 19, and should pile the pressure on Thierry Henry's strugglers after reaching the last 16 of the Champions League.
Benfica aren't always reliable but should win at Maritimo. They face a side who haven't netted in four although they've failed to win on their last two visits to the island of Madeira. However, Benfica are on a decent run of three wins to nil and can't afford any more slip-ups as they already trail Porto by seven points but with a game in hand.
3pts Goals Treble
- Heerenveen v Utrecht over 2.5 goals (11.15am)
- Fiorentina v Empoli btts (2pm)
- Levante v Barcelona btts (7.45pm)
- (7-2, bet365)
*3pts Moneyback Fivefold
- Celtic (12.30pm)
- Arsenal (1.30pm)
- Chelsea (1.30pm)
- Benfica (5.30pm)
- Lyon (8pm)
- (15-2, McBookie)
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Mr Fixit's December Super Singles Total: 0pts
Mr Fixit's December Accas Total: -14.8pts