MONDAY was fairly quiet but a winning Super Single saved the day after my attempt at landing a fairly obscure treble failed.
The teams on the card are more familiar to us on Tuesday but there will be the usual problems with trying to find winners with some sides playing weakened teams and others without players on international duty.
Take the live Sky game between Wolves and Notts County for example. Initially I'd decided not to back hot favourites Wolves in the assumption they'd be missing a few.
And they are minus Kevin Doyle and Sam Ricketts called up by their countries. However, Leigh Griffiths can play before joining Scotland who don't play until Tuesday.
So it's actually County who are hardest hit by call-ups for Jack Grealish, Callum McGregor, Marcus Haber (Canada) and Greg Tempest. Winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce is a doubt while striker Enoch Showunmi and defender Haydn Hollis are out.
That sort of team news is invaluable and suggests Wolves are a decent bet at a best 4-6 with Paddy Power and Coral. I'll be on them but I think the key is whether Griffiths starts so this might be one to leave until line-ups are revealed.
If last season's Scottish Player of the Year is included consider him at 4-1 with William Hill to break the deadlock.
Crawley are another fancied side, 8-11 at Coral and William Hill, and they will be without Welsh Under-21 call-up Joe Walsh and have doubts over three players – defender Kyle McFadzean, Mike Jones and Billy Clarke.
However, Newport couldn't fill their bench at the weekend and boss Justin Edinburgh has plenty of injury headaches.
Peterborough v Brentford is a big game between two League One rivals and Bees boss will bring in Jonathan Douglas, George Saville and Jake Bidwell.
Posh are without crocked striker Lee Tomlin and full-back Kgosi Ntlhe is away on international duty with South Africa.
Even poor old York have been hit by call-ups with Josh Carson, Ryan Brobbel, Sander Puri and Chris Kettings all away. Visitors Rotherham will miss Iceland ace Kari Arnason.
I've read team news for every game and it's clear almost every team will be weakened in some way and that makes it tough to land winners.
However, there is no indication of many sides making wholesale changes so form might not go out of the window just as much as expected.