Weblog: The football punter
Play-off unlikely to match stunning Sunday
I DON'T think I'll be the only one down the doctor's first thing Monday morning getting my blood pressure checked but regardless of how many years Sunday's action took off my life, it was worth it.
I expect it'll be a long time, probably longer than I'll last, before we see such a memorable Premier League finale and an even longer time until we get an F1 race as mildly interesting as the Spanish Grand Prix.
The only minor disappointment on a thrilling day was how close I came to having a 20-1 winner with QPR, but even though I usually talk through my pocket so much that I end up with a mouthful of 2p coins, I was actually happy for Manchester City.
It was a stunning climax but there's no time for looking backwards as a punter and I'm already concentrating on the Sheffield United v Stevenage League One play-off semi.
I've got a sneaking feelingit won't quite live up to the excitement that was on show on Sunday and I'm expecting another tight match after the opening-leg stalemate.
I'll be getting short of goals for what I imagine will be a closely contested clash.
The only way this game's going to get exciting is if no-one scores for 120 minutes and it goes to penalties.