THE SPL burst into life with goals galore last week.
There were 21 in total – more than in three previous weekends.
However, it could be business as usual on Saturday and Sunday so I'm focusing my both teams to score line on the SFL.
Make sure your bookie takes the bets and if not the best ones for this Scots market are William Hill, McBookie.com, Chandler and Skybet.
There are some decent looking fixtures and the best could be Livingston v Dundee. Both are aiming for promotion and both have made acceptable starts to the season.
Second Division champs Livi have netted 19 in five games but have conceded two in both their First Division outings.
Dundee have only failed to score once this season – at Falkirk in the cup – and while they're missing the firepower of Leigh Griffiths and Gary Harkins the title favourites should at least get on the scoresheet at Almondvale.
This one pays a best 10-11 with William Hill.
Staying in the First Division I'm looking at the other promoted side Ayr at home to Falkirk.
Ayr have scored in every game since opening the season with a 0-0 Challenge Cup draw with Queen of the South.
They showed they can live with the best by drawing 1-1 at Dundee last week and in Mark Roberts they have an experienced striker who can score in any company.
Falkirk have also scored in every game bar one – the only win they didn't win was away to Raith.
Boss Steven Pressley is much criticised by Bairns fans but has made the start he needed to win some friends. Falkirk might not win at Ayr but should score. This is a biggest 17-20 with William Hill.
Next I'm going down to the Second Division for a look at Airdrie v Cowdenbeath. The Diamonds have netted 10 in three home games this season while Beath have banged in eight in their last four and five of their last have featured both teams to score. Chandler go a biggest 3-5.
Finally, complete the fourfold with East Stirling v Peterhead in the Third Division. Punters were all over Peterhead at the start of the season after they signed Brechin striker Rory McAllister despite offers from the SPL.
It hasn't quite worked out for Peterhead with one man not making a team and they have lost four in a row. However, five goals have been netted in two games against leaders Annan so there are signs of improvement.
Shire have scored in every game this season bar a cup clash with Ayr so both teams to net looks a shout at 7-10 with Chandler.
Both teams to score
Ayr v Falkirk
Livingston v Dundee
Airdrie v Cowdenbeath
East Stirling v Peterhead