I'VE got a hard act to follow after 15 of the 16 teams if picked to score at the weekend did so.
Only Portsmouth let me down and they missed a last-minute penalty at home to Brighton.
There is a full npower card to choose from on Tuesday night and I'm sticking with some old favourites as I chase a five-timer.
I'm also giving the Championship a miss after all 10 Saturday games featured no to both teams scoring.
So I'm starting with Colchester at home to Charlton in League One. Colchester's first three games have seen both score and they've started well.
Charlton have a 100 per cent record with five goals scored in two league outings and should at least net on their travels. This pays 3-4 with unibet.
Staying in League One and I'm trying Hartlepool v Huddersfield. Both sides' first two games have been score draws and this could be another. It returns a best 5-6 at Skybet.
Into League Two and Port Vale and Burton were two of the sides who did us a turn at the weekend. They meet head on on Tuesday with the promise of plenty of goals.
Vale's first two matches have featured eight goals while Burton's openers have been score draws. Take this at 4-5 with Stan James.
Crewe have made a stuttering start by conceding five goals. Dario Gradi's men could struggle against Rotherham at home but will hopefully get on the target. Paddy Power and boylesport offer a best 4-6.
Complete the five-timer with what could be a cracker between Crawley and Southend.
Title favourites Crawley have started with a win and a draw and four goals but face a tough test against Paul Sturrock's streetwise Southend who have a 100 per cent record.
Both teams to score
Colchester v Charlton
Hartlepool v Huddersfield
Burton v Port Vale
Crewe v Rotherham
Crawley v Southend
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)