IT wasn't the best of nights in the Champions League unless you were on PSG to run riot.
I hope my preview persuaded some to take the French champs to beat Celtic with plenty to spare.
For my Super Single I settled for PSG -2 at just under evens but I could just have easily put up -3 or -4.
Even when Celtic scored in the first minute I wasn't worried and while 7-1 is an embarrassing result it wasn't entirely surprising against arguably the best forward line in world football.
I said Brendan Rodgers doesn't believe in parking the boss and while a 12-1 aggregate over the two games makes poor reading Celtic fans will settle for finishing third behind PSG and Bayern Munich and that looks almost certain now.
My fourfold looked a winner for long stages but in the end defeats for Roma and Man United beat it so it was a break even day.
Well done to Greg for his Nap winner on over 2.5 goals at Wolves – he's a man in hot form just now.
There were plenty of other winners including the extremely consistent Hullshaker. He'd stand out like a chip butty if he visited Paris but boy can we feast on his lower-league winners.
Thursday sees what I call the dreaded Europa League matches. I've scoured the card and have picked some 1pt bets – sticking to teams who need a result and remember if you can check teams news before betting and keep stakes low.
My teams to win all kick off early. Group I is tight with four points separating first from fourth. Salzburg will clinch their last-32 place by beating Guimaraes at home and should edge this one. All their games have been tight with just four scored and one conceded so don't go daft on the goals front.
Add Athletic Bilbao to beat Hertha Berlin at home in another tight section. Three points cover the sides here and Bilbao can keep their hopes alive against the struggling Germans who have lost on the road at Ostersunds and Zorya.
Swedes Ostersunds have been the story of the tournament. In their first Euro campaign the side managed by Englishman Graham Potter with a Scots No.2 in Billy Reid have won four and drawn one at home.
Galatsaray, Hertha Berlin and Athletic Bilbao have all failed to win in ice-cold Jamtland and Zorya could be put to the sword tonight as the minnows attempt to qualify. It will be well below freezing and on a plastic pitch in front of a packed house. Zorya lost 2-0 to their hosts in Ukraine and should lose again.
Of the later games I like AEK Athens to beat Rijeka and AC Milan to see off Austria Vienna. If you fancy the treble and these do them on a moneyback fivefold.
For the goals treble I'm concentrating on Group G. Seven of the eight games have saw both scoring and seven out of eight have gone over 2.5 goals. So look for more of the same for Lugano v Hapoel Beer Sheva and Viktoria Plzen v Steaua Bucharest.
Add Braga v Hoffenheim to complete the treble. Both sides need to win to have a chance of qualifying and the Portuguese are favourites after winning 2-1 in Germany. Hoff are off the boil but usually have a goal in them.
1pt Top Treble (6pm)
- RB Salzburg
- Athletic Bilbao
- (15-4, bet365)
1pt Both to Score Treble
- Lugano v Hapoel Beer Sheva (6pm)
- Plzen v Steaua Bucharest (6pm)
- Braga v Hoffenheim (8.05pm)
- (7-2, Marathonbet)
November Super Singles Total
- Profit: 8.5pts (18 bets, 9 winners)
November Advised Accas Total
- Profit: -2.1pts (27 bets, 7 winners)
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