ONE punter wanted me to stop these predictions but I was right to go on after a fourfold on Thursday gave us a return in the region of 14-1.
I'm aiming to repeat the success on today's English card and kick off with Ipswich v Leeds in the Championship.
Ipswich were humiliated 7-1 by Peterborough last week and are sure to have felt the wrath of boss Paul Jewell ever since.
Jewell has reacted by signing Daryl Murphy, Jimmy Bullard and Ibrahima Sonko but will be without defenders Lee Martin and Ivar Ingimarsson as he tries to arrest a slump that has saw his side concede 12 goals in two games.
Leedsare without four or five players but have netted eight in their last three games without keeping a clean sheet. Back both teams to score at 13-20 with Stan James.
Leicester games have been full of goals and it should be no different when leaders Southampton visit the Championship pre-season title favourites.
Sven-Goran Eriksson must be tearing his hair our at the goals his side are losing goals. Another two conceded at Bury in midweek means his men have let in two in their last four outings.
Southampton, who won their last away match 5-2 at Ipswich, have players such as Rickie Lambert who can take advantage of slack defending. This pays 3-4 with Chandler.
If it wasn't a Sunday game I'd now be looking at Nottingham Forest v West Ham so instead I'll move into League One and focus on MK Dons v Stevenage.
MK Dons did us a great turn in midweek as my 11-2 Super Single at Norwich in the Carling Cup. They battered four past the Premier League side days after spanking Chesterfield 6-2.
There should be goals galore when Stevenage visit as they have eight in their last four games and remain unbeaten this season. Back this match at 3-4 with Chandler.
My fourth choice is Huddersfield v Wycombe. The Yorkshiremen had a 0-0 with Hartlepool a couple of weeks but their other four matches have featured 23 goals and no clean sheets.
They lost a thriller 5-3 to Cardiff after extra time in midweek and a Wycombe outfit who have netted in all of their games this season will expect to breach their opponents' defence at least once. This pays a best 10-11 with William Hill.
Complete the fivefold with Rotherham v Gillingham in League Two. Rotherham, still clinging on to prolific scorer Adam Le Fondre, have netted 13 in their six games this season, scoring in every one and keeping a solitary clean sheet.
Gillingham visit having hit seven in three games, including a 2-2 at Barnet and 2-1 win away to Crewe. Should be plenty of goals here so back both to score at 4-5 with Chandler.
Both teams to score
Ipswich v Leeds
Leicester v Southampton
MK Dons v Stevenage
Huddersfield v Wycombe
Rotherham v Gillingham
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)