IT was a happy site on Wednesday – and to be honest that’s the way it should be win or lose.
Results more than tips dictate how punters fare and with all of the popular favourites winning it wasn’t difficult to make a profit. My 5-4 Super Single came in late and the 4-1 Top Treble landed fairly comfortably.
Fernando Torres netted the only goal as Atletico Madrid brought up the single and the treble was Sevilla, Juventus and both to score at Molde-Stromsgodset.
I was also confident about wins for Chelsea and Wolfsburg – in fact I backed them both -1 – but did suggest waiting for team news was the best policy.
My only loser on the night was a 0.5 anytime scorer treble that was beaten by Antoine Griezmann who nearly netted late on in Villarreal.
Thursday night is much quieter and I suppose most people will be looking at a Napoli/Valencia double. Napoli travel to Empoli while Valencia face a tricky trip to Rayo Vallecano. Also in La Liga Espanyol visit strugglers Granada and tempt me at odds of over 2-1.
Napoli are aiming to make it four wins in a row and stay in contention for a Champions League spot. Empoli are unbeaten at home since January 26 but haven’t won a Serie A game since March 22.
Last weekend’s 2-2 result at Atalanta was their second straight draw and dropped the Tuscan outfit to 16th place but 12 points clear of the relegation zone.
Empoli are without defender Lorenzo Tonelli who is serving a one-match ban as punishment after allegedly threatening to kill Ataknta striker German Denis and his family during their game.
Napoli are without midfielders Juan Zuniga and Jonathan De Guzman but Argentine forward Gonzalo Higuain, who struck twice against Sampdoria at the weekend to increase his season tally to 15 goals, will lead the attack.
Valencia and Rayo have met three times already this season with the sides playing out a 4-4 thriller in the Copa del Rey back in December and Valencia winning 2-1 away after extra time.
A Europa League place has been sealed but the dream of Champions League football and three points is a must. Pablo Piatti is set to return to the Valencia squad after a three-week absence with a hamstring injury while Enzo Perez could start having come off the bench last time out on his comeback from a similar problem.
Rayo sit 11th in the table on the back of three defeats in four and only basement side Cordoba have lost more games than the Madrid club.
Espanyol were played off the park by city rivals Barcelona at the weekend and hope to bounce back at second-bottom Granada.
Coach Sergio Gonzalez has close to a full strength squad with injured Felipe Mattioni and suspended Hector Moreno unavailable.
His opposite number Abel Resino has a much longer injury list and will be without Eddy Silvestre, Jeison Murillo, Javi Marquez, Emanuel Insua and Juan Carlos Perez.
The 4-0 thumping Granada suffered at Valencia on Monday saw them join Rayo Vallecano as the team with the worst defence in the league and they are six points from safety with five games remaining.
In other games Eastleigh face Grimsby in the Conference play-offs and Gent face Anderlecht in the Belgian play-offs. Rio Ave tackle Braga in the Portuguese Cup and there are league games in Sweden and Norway to look at.
So that’s the team news for the main games but I’m not rushing the top tips and they’ll be up late morning – and you can be sure I won’t be risking more than 5.85pts on the Super Single.
April Super Single Record
29 bets (13 winners, 15 losers, 1 void)
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