IT was a billed as a Super Sunday but it was anything but with no goals at Wembley or Old Trafford in the big games.
It was better in Scotland with 10 goals in the matches involving Celtic and Rangers and on the Continent Greg landed his 20+ goals bets with the others losers.
HullShaker also posted a winner and I made a tiny profit on the day thanks to an over 2.5 goals treble in matches at Willem, Dortmund and Levante.
My two 1pt Super Singles were losers but I'm claiming I was robbed. First of all I read Bobby Madden was the ref at Hamilton v Rangers and tipped a Hamilton red but he wasn't the man in the middle and anyway all the fire was taken out of the game with the Ibrox men scoring three early goals.
The second one was Sergio Aguero to score first in the EFL Cup Final but when he netted but VAR backed up the offside decision. He could have been level – or inches on the wrong side.
Monday's big game is a “derby” between Nottm Forest and Derby with Nathan saying last week this would be a home win as his team are struggling.
He's slightly changes his tune so check out his comments and it looks like he's predicting a draw.
I'm starting a Top Treble with Forest not to lose as their form looks to be picking up under Martin O'Neill and by all accounts they were unlucky not to take more than a point form their last two games against Preston and West Brow.
By contrast Derby were booed off after losing 1-0 at home to Millwall and also drew recently with Ipswich – in fact it's two wins out of seven for Frank Lampard's men whose form blip could cost them a play-off place.
It will be fiercely fought as usual and there's a decent chance of a red card in the match at around 7-2, 4-1.
Add Sporting to win at Maritimo as they target a third-place finish after crashing out of the Europa League to Villarreal. Sporting are 15 points behind leaders Benfica but should beat a Maritimo outfit with just one goal in four games and only six at home in 10 – no one in any top European league has netted fewer in front of their fans.
Sporting have won 11 of the last 12 meetings and Maritimo have lost eight of their last 10 home matches. A price of around 4-5 on the away looks worth taking and our old friend Bas Dost, the league's leading scorer, is 3-1 at Unibet to break the deadlock.
Elsewhere there are decent games on the Continent including Girona v Real Sociedad and RB Leipzig v Hoffenheim as well as some Irish games.
But to complete my treble I'm unashamedly nicking over 2.5 goals from HullShaker at Wealdstone v Billericay. Read his non-league tips here.
I'll look to put up at least one tip around lunchtime and well done to all the winners yesterday.
2pts Top Treble
- Nottm Forest not to lose
- Wealdstone v Billericay over 2.5 goals
- Sporting (7pm)
- (7-2, Marathonbet)
Mr Fixit's February Super Singles Total: -2.6pts
Mr Fixit's February Accas Total: -15.1pts