ON Tuesday night I advised the best way to go on the Johnstone's Paint Trophy was to try both teams to score.
That proved to be sound advice with a host of favourites failing to win and only four ties not seeing both sides score.
My treble of Colchester v Barnet, Burton v Sheff Utd and Walsall v Shrewsbury came in at odds of around 6-1 – so I'll keep pushing one of my favourites markets.
There are a couple of quiet football nights before we hit the Euro 2012 qualifiers on Friday.
England are in action in Bulgaria and I'd expect them to win comfortably after players such as Wayne Rooney and Ashley Young have started the season in goalscoring form.
Republic of Ireland have all their best players available for the Dublin clash with Slovakia and should notch three points.
It's tougher for Wales at home to Montenegro and Northern Ireland against Serbia in Belfast.
Other matches include Germany v Austria, Faroes v Italy, Holland v San Marino, Cyprus v Portugal and a Spain v Chile friendly.
On Saturday Scotland face a must-win qualifier against the Czech Republic at Hampden. Will I let my heart rule? Find out on Friday night.
I'll give my full thoughts and tips on Friday.