I CELEBRATED New Year's Day with a few beers but no cigars. My three tips were all one goal short.
Greg was unlucky with a late goal controversially ruled out at QPR while two of Desmond's three bets are still running.
Well done to all the winners including maccathered with his goals tips at Brighton v Bournemouth.
On Tuesday there are seven matches in the Premiership and Championship as well as a full card in the Scottish lower leagues.
Been too busy today to do much else but pick out some teams from looking at the fixtures but will check stats, form and team news in the morning before putting up tips.
There is a separate Scottish preview where you will see reasoning for my tips and I haven't noticed team news this morning that makes me worried about any team in particular.
Going by results in the Premier League the past few days it looks a difficult card. Southampton v Crystal Palace and West Ham v West Brom could be close while Spurs will expect to win at Swansea and Man City at a short price should get back on track at home to Watford.
For a Super Single double I'm on West Ham draw no bet against a West Brom side who have only two full day's rest after drawing with Arsenal on New Year's Eve. The Hammers are continuing to progress under Davie Moyes and will be fresher. They shouldn't lose but I'm keeping the draw on side.
Add Crystal Palace not to lose at a Southampton side who are struggling for goals. Charlie Austin is injured and Shane Long hasn't notched since February. Palace have only lost to Spurs and Arsenal in their last 12 and are matching up to the type of sides they need to take points from to stay up.
In the Championship it's Fulham v Ipswich, Reading v Birmingham and Wolves v Brentford.
Biggest game in Scotland is the Renfrewshire derby between Morton and leaders St Mirren and it usually produces goals. I'm starting my both to score treble there and adding two from League One – the Lanarkshire derby between Albion Rovers and Airdrie and Alloa against revitalised Queen's Park who have netted 10 in five.
In League Two second-placed Peterhead stunned leaders Montrose with a 6-2 win at Links Park at the weekend and both should win on Tuesday. Peterhead are at home to Elgin and Montrose tackle basement boys Cowdenbeath.
Take them and add Raith to win at East Fife for the Top Treble. Rovers have won four and drawn one of five since losing to Peterhead in the Scottish Cup and are closing in on Ayr at the top. East Fife's last home game was a 4-1 defeat to Ayr.
The second Gold members draw for £500 was won by HullShaker and well deserved too. We gave away away £1000 to wato and HullShaker over the festive period and hopefully have another £1000 to give away to a Gold member soon.
We also ran a contest to pick a football treble on New Year's Day for a chance to win a £50 bet with Ladbrokes. Well done to all those who posted winners – there were five or six which shows how tough it is.
After a random draw the winners is gilzy whose treble on Scunthorpe, Luton and Notts County paid 6-1. Email your Ladbrokes grid card or account number to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll arrange for the credit to be made
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2pts Super Single
- West Ham draw no bet
- Crystal Palace not to lose
- (6-4, Ladbrokes)
2pts Both to Score Treble (all 3pm)
- Morton v St Mirren
- Albion Rovers v Airdrie
- Queen's Park v Alloa
- (15-4, bet365) WINS
1pt Top Treble
- (7-2, Marathonbet) LOSES
January Super Singles Total
- Profit/loss: -2pts (1 bet, 1 loser)
January Advised Accas Total
- Profit/loss: -2pts (2 bets, 2 losers)
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