All games Saturday 3pm (except Norwich 12.45)
ONE day it will happen – either Norwich or Blackburn will keep a clean sheet in the Premier League.
Hopefully Saturday”s not the day as for the second week running they form the basis of my both teams to score line.
Both did the business last week with Blackburn beating Fulham 3-1 and Norwich winning
2-1 at West Brom.
It's much tougher for the pair this weekend with Rovers at Everton and Norwich entertaining Chelsea.
Rovers won despite being reduced to 10 men early on and the loss of Yakubu for the match at his old side Everton will be a blow but his colleagues stepped up to the plate against Fulham and look pretty big at 6-1 to win with firms such as Ladbrokes, Paddy Power and BetVictor.
On this line I'll settle for them scoring and Rovers should manage that with both teams netting in their last seven.
Everton aren't the most prolific but with Landon Donovan adding strength to their attack they should deny Rovers a first clean sheet. The Toffees have scored in five of their last six and should get at least one here.
Norwich will be backed by some to beat Chelsea but it's a tall order despite their impressive form so far.
The Canaries have netted 17 at home this season and scored in their visit to Stamford Bridge. Chelsea have bounced back from a shock 3-1 loss at home to Aston Villa with three wins and eight goals but flatter to deceive and a score draw wouldn't be a massive surprise.
Next it's Leeds v Ipswich in the Championship. Leeds have key players such as Robert Snodgrass back and have recovered well from a 4-1 battering by Barnsley.
At home there is always pressure from a big Elland Road crowd to push forward looking for goals and Leeds should be looking to grab at least one against an Ipswich who have conceded 10 in their last four games.
Ipswich, however, have netted in five of their last six despite not winning any of the encounters.
Next I'm looking at Charlton v Sheffield Utd on the premise the Blades will net. League One leaders Charlton shut out Sheffield Wednesday last week but the other half of the city are in better shape just now and have climbed to second, four points behind the Addicks.
Recent results have been impressive with 17 goals netted in six games. Charlton will start as favourites but it could be a cracker between two in-form teams and there should be goals galore.
Complete the line with Alfreton v Kidderminster from the Blue Square Premier. Two of Alfreton's last two have finished 5-2, one for and one against. Their last six games have totalled 26 goals and they face a Kidderminster side who have scored in their last six.
It was 3-1 Kidderminster when the sides met earlier in the campaign and there could be a similar sort of result.
Both teams to score
Everton v Blackburn
Norwich v Chelsea
Leeds v Ipswich
Charlton v Sheff Utd
Alfreton v Kidderminster
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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