IT'S been good pick, bad pick for me the last few days with Sunday a loser, Monday a winner (Honka), Tuesday a loser and Wednesday a winner (Arsenal).
I hinted last night that Zulte-Waregem would be my Super Single as they tackle Wigan and I'm standing by the Belgians.
They are only slightly more experienced campaigners than rookies Wigan as this is their second year in Europe but have four ties under their belts this season.
Zulte qualified for the Champions League after finishing second to Anderlecht in the league last season but were well beaten home and away by PSV in the elite Euro competition.
However, they recovered to defeat Apoel and reach the Europa League. Already this season they've beaten Anderlecht 4-3 at home but a 5-2 defeat at Genk at the weekend is slightly worrying.
But that's not as concerning as Wigan's form. The club seem to be in transition after losing their Premier League status and boss Roberto Martinez and it's been a tough start for Owen Coyle with just one win in six in the Championship.
He slated the performance at the weekend as they crashed 2-0 at Leicester and will make changes tonight with the likes of Nick Powell, James McClean and James Perch set to start.
Star man Shaun Maloney has been left home to rest and striker Grant Holt is injured.
Wigan will be excited at the thought of playing their first European tie but Zulte are a decent outfit and top performer Thorgard Hazard, brother of Eden and on loan from Chelsea, has hit four goals in six games.
Zulte like to bomb forward and should test the Wigan defence and hopefully the fact the match has been moved to Bruges won't take away too much of their home advantage as the Regenboogstadion doesn't meet UEFA standards.
Of the other British sides I expect Swansea to at least draw in Valencia while Spurs should beat Tromso with plenty to spare.
Andre Villas-Boas is expected to name a strong side and I'm looking at Spurs -2 at 19-20 with Titanbet and Jermain Defoe at 4-5 to score.