Tomorrow we say our final, sad farewells to our great friend, Mr Fixit.
Paul's funeral will take place at St Joseph's in Clydebank at 9.30am then Clydebank Crematorium at 11.30am.
Numbers are severely limited so his family have arranged for both ceremonies to be streamed for those wishing to pay their respects from afar.
You can click on the link below to access a live feed from both venues.
There will be a planned stop at the home of Clydebank Football Club, Holm Park, between 10:45am – 11:15am for anyone who is local that wishes to pay their respects to Paul.
If you would like to make a donation in Paul's memory please read about The Bubble Foundation and St Margaret of Scotland Hospice and find how to donate here. We are almost at £3,000 for both causes combined so thanks to all who have donated so far.
Scottish Cup Final
The Scottish Cup Final finally brings season 2019-20 to a close in Scotland and an unprecedented quadruple Treble is at stake for Celtic if they can repeat 2019's victory over Hearts.
The Hoops' troubles have been well documented this season but the final gives them the chance to win a 12th consecutive domestical trophy and possibly the chance to kick-start a stuttering season.
Championship side Hearts, including former Celtic keeper Craig Gordon, stand in their way and they won't be without their backers at 9/1 (William Hill) to win inside 90 minutes nor at 11/2 (Bet365) to lift the trophy.
It should be an entertaining affair and if Hearts give it go we could see both teams score at a best priced 7/10 (Bet365).
In the Premiership Kilmarnock must hate the sight of Aberdeen. The Dons are unbeaten in 16 visits to Rugby Park and look too big at 11/8 (Coral) to overcome Killie who have underperformed somewhat this season.
In England the Premier League serves up two cracking games. Title pretenders Tottenham must bounce back from a poor week where they dropped points at Crystal Palace, then suffered defeat at champions Liverpool.
Leicester City are the visitors, themselves having ambitions of of a tilt at the title. A win for either side will take them in to second in the table, but a draw could be most likely at 5/2 (BetVictor).
Later in the afternoon one of English football's fiercest rivalries resumes at Old Trafford. There's little love lost between Manchester United and Leeds United and had this been in front of a full house then cards would've been in plenty of punters thinking.
I'm not sure it'll be as full-blooded without fans but it could be an entertaining affair. Bookies have priced most punters out of the goals market however, with Over 2.5 Goals at just 8/15 – the same best price for BTTS at Coral – but it's still worth sticking in your Sunday Acca.
Here's all the tips from our top team for Sunday;
- Preview: Kilmarnock vs Aberdeen Prediction and Betting Tips – Sun 12.00
- Preview: Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City Prediction and Betting Tips – Sun 2.15
- Preview: Celtic vs Hearts Prediction and Betting Tips
- Preview: Manchester United vs Leeds United Prediction and Betting Tips – Sun 4.30
- VIP Tips: Banker Bet, Bonkers Bet & VIP Acca
Thommo is hoping that Social City can repeat it's winning run on Friday at Southwell on Sunday, one half a double on the all-weather.
Secret Santa Giveaway
In case you missed it on Friday, we launched a Secret Santa giveaway. We've ten x £10 bets on events in 2021 plus a £25 MegaBet which we'll give away next week. To enter the draw all you have to do is a leave a comment on the main Football Tips thread (this one) between Friday and Monday.
Sunday's Best Bets
- Aberdeen 11/8 (Coral)
Both Teams to Score Treble
- Celtic v Hearts
- Manchester United v Leeds Utd
- Atalanta v Roma
- Pays 2.54/1 at Bet365
As ever, please post your tips for today in the comments section below and good luck with your bets.