SOUTHAMPTON'S penalty miss prevented me landing a fivefold on the English card on Saturday so hopefully I can go one better on Sunday.
I'm starting with the big game in Serie A, Juventus v Napoli, and hopefully the goals will fly in.
It was 3-3 when they met earlier this season in Naples and the last three showdowns have produced 15 goals.
Unbeaten Juve have hit almost two a game at home while Napoli have netted 16 in five but conceded eight in the last four.
Napoli strikers Edison Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi are two of the best in the business and will need to be on form for the Turin test.
Next take the Bundesliga clash between Hoffenheim and Schalke. Too many home draws have prevented Hoff from being higher up the table and they entertain a Schalke side looking good for a Champions League slot.
Schalke have top strikers in the shape of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Raul and have netted 10 in their four league games.
I'm pretty sure they'll score and Hoffenheim have netted in their last six and in a 3-1 defeat at Schalke who have a keeper crisis.
Timo Hildebrand pulled ligaments in his elbow during Thursday's 4-2 Europa League defeat at home to Athletic Bilbao to join first-choice Ralf Fahrmann and Lars Unnerstall on the sidelines. Fourth pick Mathias Schober, 35, will face Hoffenheim, nearly 15 years after he made his Schalke debut.
Next look at the Norwegian league match between Haugesund and Molde. The three previous meetings have totalled 14 goals, including a surprise 5-0 win for Haugesund last season.
It's early days in the campaign but Molde started with a 2-1 win and are expected to be contenders. Last season Haugesund ended with four games that produced 14 goals with both scoring while Molde's last five saw this market come up.
My fourth game is from Bundesliga 2 and it's Karlsruhe v Union Berlin. Both teams have struggled to defend this season with Karlsruhe conceding two or more in 20 out of 27 games an keeping just two clean sheets.
Union have let in two or more in eight of their last 13 and have yet to keep a clean sheet on the road.
Complete the fivefold with Newcastle v Liverpool which features a return to Tyneside for £35million man Andy Carroll. It's a game that traditionally has goals and the Reds need a big performance after successive league defeats to Wigan and QPR.
Five of the last six meetings have seen both score with 21 goals in those games.
And while Carroll will be wanting to put on a show for his old fans if he's handed a start the Papiss Cisse and Demba Ba will threaten at the other end.
Juventus v Napoli (7.45pm)
Hoffenheim v Schalke (4.30pm)
Haugesund v Molde (5pm)
Karlsruhe v Union Berlin (12.30pm)
Newcastle v Liverpool (1.30pm)
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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