BLACKPOOL are a team I've featured regularly in this bet and although they're out of form there should be goals at home to Brighton.

The Tangerines haven't won in three but both sides have netted in all of those games, while Brighton have netted in their last four, keeping clean sheets in home meetings with Portsmouth and Ipswich. It was 2-2 when they met earlier in the season.

Next celebrate the end of the Festival by hopefully seeing a festival of goals at Cheltenham v Gillingham. Most of the high-scoring games in recent weeks have featured the Gills who have beaten Hereford 5-4 and lost 4-3 to Crewe.

Cheltenham have only failed to score against leaders Swindon in their last four so it's a clash that looks a racing cert for goals.

Next take Doncaster v Derby in the Championship. Dean Saunders' side have shown signs of improvement in recent weeks but too many draws have kept them in the drop zone. Both teams have netted in their last six games but four of them have finished 1-1.

Derby have scored in their last four, keeping just one clean sheet, and the last three meetings at the Keepmoat have saw both score.

League Two games have produced loads of goals in recent weeks. So I'll add in a contest that features two sides who have netted loads over the past few weeks.

Bristol Rovers' last two games have produced nine goals while Wimbledon's last five have seen both net. It was 3-2 to Rovers when the sides met earlier in the season and Wimbledon's last five have totalled 19 goals.

Finally, complete the line with good old Braintree who are back to their old ways. When they went down 5-4 to Kidderminster in October that was the norm for their games.

They went through a spell of low scorers but in their last six there's been a 3-3 and 4-3. Kidderminster have netted in four of their six and should be on target at Braintree who have again forgotten how to keep clean sheets.

Both teams to score

Blackpool v Brighton

Cheltenham v Gillingham

Derby v Doncaster

Bristol Rovers v Wimbledon

Braintree v Kidderminster

Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)

Pays a biggest £168.80 to a £10 stake at Blue Square, 888sport

4 Comments
  1. Tony 9 years ago

    My last tenner out my weekly budget is as usual going on this (straight acca lads).
    Hit the bar all week I have and Paul is well due a Saturday fivefold.
    Always keep the faith with the big mans picks.

    • Mr Fixit 9 years ago

      Tony, hoping all five come up, must have a chance. I got four out of four on Tuesday, one out of one on Wednesday and three out of three on Thursday so on a nice wee run.

  2. Chris 9 years ago

    Absolutely he got his treble up yesterday. I agree he is due a straight acc

  3. Chris 9 years ago

    Got £30 on it

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