PUNTERS couldn't get enough of the goals galore markets and it will be the same this season despite obvious price cuts.
Backing both teams to score gives you a serious run for the money and is especially popular with armchair fans who can watch the goalflashes and tick off the sides they have backed.
I'll start this weekend's line with Peterborough v Crystal Palace and make no apologies for doing so. Just under 80 per cent of free-scoring Posh's games featured both teams scoring last season and although it will be tougher in the Championship I doubt Darren Ferguson will go all defensive.
Peterborough are always good bets for a goal but visitors Palace will fancy their chances of nicking one against a leaky defence. This one pays 3-4 at 888sport.
Crawley are all the rage in Division Two as they make their league debut. The cash-rich side are hot favourites for the title and their credentials will be tested in a tough opener at Port Vale.
Crawley beat Wimbledon in a Carling Cup qualifier last week and netted 10 in their last four league games. Port Vale could enjoy a decent campaign now that Micky Adams is back and you'd at least fancy them to score. You can have 10-11 with William Hill, bet365 and 888sport.
Rotherham and Oxford are two sides who like to attack and their meeting at Plainmoor could be a cracker.
There is little between the teams but both were involved in some high scorers last season and Chandler and Stan James go 5-6 for both to score.
When the EPL starts next weekend I'll do separate lines for England and Scotland simply because some bookies don't price up this market for SFL fixtures.
Those who do should be receiving your business if you agree with me that Airdrie v Dumbarton looks set for goals galore.
The sides' two matches this season have produced a total of 19 goals and both meetings last campaign featured both hitting the target. Take this at 7-10 with Chandler.
Finally, I'm pinpointing a side whose games to both scoring percentage was higher than Peterborough's.
That outfit is Stranraer whose 36 league goals saw 129 goals. This season they have conceded 10 in two outings while visitors Alloa have let in five in two.
Defences aren't likel;y to be on top at Stair Park so look at both to score at 8-13 with Chandler.
Both teams to score
Peterborough v C Palace
Port Vale v Crewe
Rotherham v Oxford
Airdrie v Dumbarton
Stranraer v Alloa
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)