PETERBOROUGH let us down big style when they were thrust into the spotlight last Monday for a live TV showdown against MK Dons.

Everyone and their granny tipped goals galore but almost inevitably it was a damp squib of a game that ended 1-0 to the Dons.

Darren Ferguson's third-placed side are back in the limelight on Friday night with a League One home meeting against Bournemouth and again it's difficult to ignore the call of goals.

Boro have netted 57 times on home soil – more than anyone in Britain – and that fact gives me the confidence to back them.

They are also unbeaten in 12 at home so look to Peterborough at 10-11 with Betfred and plus 2.5 goals at 3-5 with Chandler. Plus three is more ambitious and pays 6-4 at bodog.

Sixth-placed Bournemouth have only lost one in four and haven't quite been the same since boss Eddie Howe left for Burnley. They are a best 10-3 with 888sport.

Both sides drew last week so the popular both teams to score market is one to look at and Stan James go 10-11.

Peterborough top scorer Craig Mackail-Smith made a dream debut for Scotland against Brazil at the Emirates and he'll be hoping to land his big move at the end of the season.

The wantaway striker must have been inspired by winning his first cap and could celebrate by scoring the opener. He is 4-1 with William Hill and Paddy Power and 6-5 with Coral to score at any time.

Striker partner George Boyd is 13-8 with Ladbrokes to net and 6-1 with bet365 to score first.


Plus 2.5 goals (3-5, Chandler)

Mackail-Smith to score (6-5, Coral)


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