MONDAY was a quiet day but there were plenty of winners including Greg with his goals tips on Lommel.
They're his favourite team for now – apart from St Johnstone – and the Belgian reserves came up trumps as usual.
I fancied Napoli at Sampdoria but they were a little short so it was a no-bet day for me.
Tuesday's a bit busier with five FA Cup replays including Liverpool v Shrewsbury and Oxford v Newcastle.
As always team news will be vital for all of the games but we already know Liverpool are fielding their Under-23s with the first team on a break and the line-up will be similar to the one that lost 5-0 at Aston Villa in the EFL Cup.
Liverpool will still have plenty of quality on show while Shrewsbury, with 5000 fans at Anfield, will give it a go again. Best bet here could be goals.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce fielded a full-strength side at home but even then Oxford were the better team. Since then Karl Robinson's side have sold Shandon Baptiste and Tarique Fosu to Brentford while top scorer James Henry is injured as are midfielders Anthony Forde and Ben Woodburn.
Newcastle new loan signings Danny Rose and Valentino Lazaro are ineligible while Dwight Gayle, Andy Carroll, Paul Dummett and Jetro Willems are out.
Bruce's boys are shade of odds against and that looks value if he plays his strongest available side.
Derby's home form is superb and they should take care of Northampton at the second attempt. Birmingham v Coventry – between the two St Andrews sides – and Cardiff v Reading, with the sides drawing twice in the past week, could go either way.
Elsewhere there are English non-league games and cup matches in Spain, Germany and Portugal as well as Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 encounters so plenty to look at.
As always cup games can make life difficult but I've picked out a Top Treble starting with Derby.
Philippe Cocu's side have picked up since Wayne Rooney started playing and a Luton defeat apart have been climbing the table.
Rooney's scoring too with two in his last two games and while their match at Northampton was a non-event County looked the real deal in Friday night's 4-0 thrashing of Stoke.
At around 1-2 a Derby win is fine on a treble against a League Two side going well but maybe finding it difficult to take this step up in class.
Add Borussia Dortmund and over 2.5 goals at Werder Bremen in the German Cup. Wonderboy Erling Haaland is expected to start after netting seven goals in first two appearances for the club – two of them as a sub.
If Haaland and England star kid Jadon Sancho start this bet should land easily with Bremen in the relegation zone and Dortmund looking serious title challengers. Dortmund will make a few changes with Emre Can in line for a debut after joining on loan from Juventus.
Dortmund lost on penalties at home to Bremen last season and were held 2-2 in the Bundesliga but have won 19 out of 20 away ties in the cup – the defeat coming at Bayern.
In the three games Haaland has featured Dortmund have netted five each time and their last six matches have totalled 32 goals. Four of Bremen's last six have gone over 2.5 – all defeats.
Complete the treble with both to score in Ligue 1 Lille v Rennes and this is the biggest price of the three. Rennes' last two matches have featured 14 goals including a 5-4 extra-time cup success at Angers.
Six of the past seven meetings have saw both score and three of Lille's last four have gone over 2.5 goals.
The Derby and Dortmund predictions could be wrecked by team selections so bear that in mind and if you don't want the early Lille game in there consider btts at Eintracht Frankfurt v RB Leipzig instead or just do the double at 8-5.
2pts Top Treble
- Lille v Rennes btts (6pm)
- Dortmund & over 2.5 match goals (7.30pm)
- Derby (7.45pm)
- (4-1, Sky Bet)
February Super Single Stats: +1.8pts
February Advised Acca Stats: -9pts