IT'S all about Liverpool tonight and last night all the talk was whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can survive another defeat as Man United manager.
After Burnley turned them over 2-0 at Old Trafford, Coral made the Norwegian just 1-2 to leave his position before the end of the season.
It's looking increasingly tough for him, with Marcus Rashford's injury the latest blow, and he is 6-4 favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave while Eddie Howe, who for me is unsackable at Bournemouth, is 7-4. Daniel Farke is 7-1 third favourite but again it would seem unfair for him to be booted by Norwich.
I'll tell you what though if United lose in the FA Cup at Tranmere or Watford on Sunday it could be curtains for Solskjaer.
Last night wasn't just bad for United – my Top Treble was downed by Reading's late equaliser at Forest although I hope anyone on cashed out.
My best tip of the night was on Motherwell. I fancied them to win at Aberdeen but took double chance on a treble that was beaten mainly by no goals at Ross County.
Well done to any winners including Scott with another members bet success.
Liverpool travel to Wolves tonight in what could be one of their tougher league games while Nigel Pearson will play a seriously weakened team in the FA Cup replay at Tranmere. Watford played on Tuesday and this is a game they really didn't want.
Jurgen Klopp's men have kept seven clean sheets in a row but there's a decent chance Wolves can end that run and I like both to score at just under evens.
Add both to score at Tranmere and remember the first game ended 3-3 after Watford led 3-0. The game is bigger for the underdogs especially with United waiting but rather than back Tranmere to win or not to lose I'm on goals.
Friday's cup tie between Northampton and Derby also looks goal-laden and I'm adding that for a treble.
1pt Both to Score Treble
- Tranmere v Watford
- Wolves v Liverpool (8pm)
- Northampton v Derby (8pm, Fri)
- (9-2, bet365)
January Super Single Stats: -15pts
January Advised Acca Stats: -6.8pts