I'VE had a couple of days without a bet and make no apology for that.
However, I do feel something's been missing from my life and I'm backing England on Thursday as they bid for a Women's World Cup semi-final slot.
Phil Neville's side have four wins out of four and been improving as the tournament progresses.
Their last-16 defeat of Cameroon was shrouded in controversy and skipper Steph Houghton is out after being the victim of a horror tackle. Millie Bright has also been ruled out so Neville will be forced to make two defensive changes to key players.
It's up front though where England look most impressive and should have too much firepower for a Norway side that lost to France in the group stage then scraped past Australia on penalties.
England look a fair price at 11-10 with Ladbrokes and William Hill while Norway are a best 11-4 at sportingbet. Without Houghton and Bright Norway's chances of scoring increase and maybe btts instead of an England win is the way to go.
Elsewhere Copa America continues with Brazil v Paraguay in the early hours of Friday morning and you have to fancy the hosts after their 5-0 defeat of Peru. Brazil though are short so consider them -1 at 1-2 with bet365.
And in the European Under-21 Championships, that have produced loads of goals, Germany tackle Romania and France face Spain at the semi-finals stage.
There are six Europa League qualifers with some unknowns and some little knowns. Progres Niederkorn, who beat Rangers two seasons ago, are in there and are 3-10 with BetVictor to beat Cardiff Met Uni in Luxembourg.
It's Wales v Northern Ireland as Barry Town entertain Cliftonville and going by prices it should be close.
Ballymena are also in action at home to Runavik and it's really Greg we need here as he's an expert on some of these teams having followed St Johnstone at this stage for a few years.
A match kicking off in the early hours of Thursday is USA v Panama in the Gold Cup. I watched the highlights of USA's 6-0 defeat of Trinidad & Tobago and it was impressive stuff – fast attacking moves and quality goals.
That's 10 in two games for Gregg Berhalter’s men and they should seal top spot in Group D with another win against a side who also have six points.
For a double add both to score at Germany v Romania. The Germans conceded in all three group games while Romania hit eight in two before settling for a 0-0 against France with both through.
Well done to all the winners last night including Scott with another members bet on the Egypt game.
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2pts Super Single
2pts Daily Double
- USA (1.30am) Won
- Germany U21s v Romania U21s btts (5pm)
- (6-4, McBookie)
Mr Fixit's June Super Singles Total: +2.5pts
Mr Fixit's June Accas Total: +0.2pts