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.
Plus 2.5 goals (3-5, Chandler)
Mackail-Smith to score (6-5, Coral)