LAST night the British teams let us down big style with Celtic and Birmingham failing to net.
Tonight I'm trying another fourfold and not to be put off I'm starting with Stoke v Dynamo Kiev.
The Brittania has been less of a fortress for Tony Pulis' men this season with two defeats and eight goals conceded in seven games.
Stoke, however, are warm favourites to beat the Ukrainians at home having won three out of four games and drawn 1-1 in Kiev.
I think they'll do it but having conceded 15 goals in six games you'd fancy Dynamo to hit the target at least once even though they have struggled to break sides down so far.
Next take a look at AEK Athens v Anderlecht. The Greeks are rock bottom after four defeats but have netted in all of their matches.
Unfortunately they've conceded 12 while Group L leaders Anderlecht have hit 11 to qualify early with a 100 per cent record. Neither side has anything to play for so hopefully we'll see a few goals.
My third choice is Maccabi v Besiktas as the Israelis try to avenge a 5-1 defeat in Turkey.
Maccabi almost always score at home while Besiktas have hit seven in four games and are looking to finish second in Group E behind Stoke.
Complete the fourfold with Salzburg v PSG. The Austrians lost 3-1 in Paris and need a result to have any chance of going through.
They will have been lifted by scoring eight goals in their last two domestic outings while PSG have suffered a slump with defeats to Marseille and Nancy.
The big-spending French need a lift and this could be a decent game with hopefully plenty of goals.
If four aren't enough for you the one I'd add is between Twente and Fulham, The Dutch have netted 12 in their four games while Fulham have hit seven and will go looking for a result.
Three of our matches kick off at 8.05pm so let's hope there are goals at AEK v Anderlecht to give us a bit of interest later on.
Both teams to score
Stoke v Dynamo Kiev (8.05)
AEK Athens v Anderlecht (6.0)
Maccabi Tel Aviv v Besiktas (8.05)
Salzburg v PSG (8.05)
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