NO, NOR me either - that's if you're asking whether I had a bet on Fulham to beat Manchester United last Saturday.
I wouldn't mind, but Simon Davies warned me he had a 'sneaking suspicion' they would get something out of the game.
But there again, what is a footballer about to play a prestigious Premiership match going to say? "Yes, Paul. We're going to roll over and die and let Rooney and co have a field day?"
For all that, it's to Fulham's credit they had a first-half that put the wind up United like few clubs have this season. They dominated the champions, and even if Paul Scholes's head must have been thinking volleyball when he gifted the Whites an early penalty - it was still a magnificent performance, borne out of sheer will and determination.
The lesson is that no-one is infallible - and even United on their day can be beaten by a well-organised team who refuse to sit back awestruck with their autograph books open.
I was especially pleased for Zoltan Gera. The Hungarian's had a wretched time since he joined Fulham in the summer,and was rightly deposed by Clint Dempsey before Christmas from the left-wing spot.
There again, Gera is no left winger,as he showed with his air shot in front of goal only an hour into the season at Hull on the first day.
In fact, Fulham have got away without a really orthodox lefty - but it's doubtful they could have got away without Mark Schwarzer. The Aussie keeper made a rare gaffe at Old Trafford earlier this month for the first for United's first in a 3-0 defeat.
But he more than made up for it last Saturday, and he seems to have been pulling top-drawer saves out of the bag about once a week to give Fulham nosebleeds at the right end of the table.
UEFA, sorry, Europa Cup next season? Stranger things have happened, like getting four points out of Chelsea and Man U, so far...