I'M beginning to tire of the friendlies but I felt a bit better after the Scotland game.
My Super Single was Mexico to win to nil and their 1-0 success was much more convincing than it looks.
As Greg, who was on Mexico -1, pointed out the shot count was 29-2 but the home men just couldn't grab a second and credit to a young and inexperienced Scots side for battling to the death and even hitting the woodwork.
I watched about an hour of the game in the early hours and if Nathan's tuning in Jonny Russell looked good following his move from Derby to Kansas.
Belgium let down my double yesterday after England's win and I won't be doing much more on these meaningless games before the start of the World Cup next week.
Well done to all the winners yesterday including Greg who was inspired with Degerfors in Sweden and HulShaker who is in brilliant form.
Friendlies today include Brazil v Croatia, Spain v Switzerland, Costa Rica v Northern Ireland and Peru v Saudi Arabia.
With my Mexico winnings in my back pocked I'm happy to risk 1pt on a treble today. Start with under 2.5 goals when two low scoring teams meet in Costa Rica and add Peru to beat Saudi Arabia in St Gallen.
The Saudis are the lowest-ranked side to make it to Russia and will be tested by Peru who are unbeaten in 13 and boosted by the news star man Pablo Guerrero has been cleared to play in the finals after it was ruled the cocaine he consumed was accidental.
Whether Guerrero will start is doubtful but Peru should be too strong if they can be bothered.
One player definitely making his comeback tonight is Neymar. After a boring season at Anfield there is some excitement at least as Brazil take on Croatia.
Home star Roberto Firmino is likely to be involved but Croatia are set to be minus star man Luka Modric after his participation in the Champions League Final for Real Madrid.
I was going to do a double or treble on the final-round two balls at the Memorial Tournament having watched a fair bit of the action on the graveyard shift the past couple of nights.
However, bad weather is forecast so players are going out in threes at Muirfield Village and earlier than scheduled.
He's not leading but Tiger Woods has impressed me most in the last two rounds. His 67 on Friday could have been a 63 and yesterday he was in total control before two late bogeys made him settle for a 68.
Woods is five off the pace set by Bryson DeChambeau and a win is extremely unlikely but he's hitting the ball so well he should take his three ball with Whee Kim and JB Holmes.
DeChambeau only holds a one-shot lead but also looks rock-solid on the outrights but with so many players breathing down his neck I'm not sure if 23-10 is value.
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2pts Super Single
- Woods to bt Whee Kim & JB Holmes (2.10pm)
- (4-5, McBookie)
1pt Top Treble
- Brazil (3pm)
- Costa Rica v Nth Ireland under 2.5 goals (6pm)
- Peru (7pm)
- (11-4, Marathonbet)
June Super Singles Total: +1.8pts
Jine Advised Accas Total: -4pts
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