I FOLLOWED last weekend's success with four from five on Tuesday and Wednesday so some small profit there.
But I'm hoping for a full house of six with my weekend both teams to score picks.
I start my English line in the Premier League where we had two out of two last week. I really like our chances in the battle between Norwich and QPR, two of the promoted sides.
Norwich's six homes games have produced 19 goals and they've been an entertaining addition to the top flight. QPR have won three and lost three away and netted three at Stoke last week.
Next I'm going for Leeds v Barnsley, a fixture where the last two meetings have ended 3-3 and 2-2. I reckon Leeds will win this one but they usually concede and in fact let in five last time out at Elland Road against Blackpool.
Barnsley have only netted seven on the road in eight outings but seem to raise their game for a Yorkshire derby that is often eventful.
Next try Peterborough v Middlesbrough also from the Championship. Peterborough's eight home matches have featured 35 goals while Boro have won five out of eight on the road.
Peterborough's last six have seen both teams score and while they rarely draw a blank you've got to fancy Boro with their decent record on the road.
Now it's down to League One and Exeter v Tranmere. Three of Exeter's last four have been score draws, including 4-4 against Sheffield United and 2-2 at Yeovil last weekend.
Tranmere have lost four out of their last five but away from home have netted seven goals in three outings at Chesterfield, Scunthorpe and Hartlepool.
Shrewsbury did us turn last weekend with their 7-2 win at Northampton. They are back on home soil against Morecambe who are the only team in League Two with an unbeaten away record.
That could go at Shrewsbury in a game that will hopefully feature a few goals. Shrewsbury had kept four successive clean sheets before conceding two last week but Morecambe will test their defence.
They have won five and drawn four on the road and netted 17 goals in those games. It could be a goalfest if Morecambe put cup defeats to Crewe and Sheffield Wednesday behind them.
Finally, try Crawley at Rotherham. Crawley have hit 16 in their last including four against Oxford last week and five at Wimbledon.
Rotherham took some time to find their way to goal after the loss of Adam Le Fondre but 12 goals in five games suggests they are back on track.
Both teams to score
- Norwich v QPR
- Leeds v Barnsley
- Peterborough v Middlesbrough
- Exeter v Tranmere
- Shrewsbury v Morecambe
- Rotherham v Crawley
- Perm any 5 and all 6 (7 bets)
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