BARNSLEY failed to score for the first time in seven games when they were beaten by revitalised Peterborough in midweek.
But I reckon they can make amends in a Yorkshire derby at Leeds that is always hard-fought and usually exciting.
The past three meetings have seen both score, producing 12 goals and Leeds' last six matches have totalled 25 games with both scoring in each of them.
Before drawing a blank against Peterborough goals had come Barnsley's way quite easily including five at home to Birmingham.
Only two Championship ganes out of 10 on Tuesday didn't see both score and two of those who did net were Crystal Palace and Burnley.
Palace have five out of six and Glenn Murray netted a hat-trick in their last home game against Cardiff. Burnley games have been great for a neutral with 31 in their last seven, with both scoring in all of them.
The Premier League has produced its fair share of goals recently and one that should come up trumps is Swansea v Reading. The Swans have struggled in recent games after a stunning start but should do better at home to promoted Reading.
The Royals have been involved in some high-scoring games and should at least hit the target but their chances of keeping a clean sheet are slim.
I'm going to complete the line with two lines from the Blue Square Premier simply because they really stand out. Take Telford v Woking first of all. Telford's last six have produced 24 goals with both sides scoring while Woking's last six have seen 27 with both outfits again on target.
Finally I'm on Cambridge v Mansfield. Fans have been treated to 31 goals in Cambridge's last six and their last four meetings with Mansfield have seen 17 banged in with both scoring. Mansfield themselves have netted in their last six so this must have a chance.
Leeds v Barnsley
C Palace v Burnley
Swansea v Reading
Telford v Woking
Cambridge v Mansfield
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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