IT'S FA Cup weekend but Saturday's ties don't stand out when it comes to both teams scoring.
So I'm kicking off my line in the Championship with Ipswich v Blackpool. Blackpool beat their opponents 6-0 at home back in August but that was two managers ago and they're struggling down in 16th after just two wins in six.
Interestingly, their last six matches have been lost 2-1 or won 2-1 while the past four meetings at Portman Road have seen both teams on target.
Ipswich are in a relegation fight buthave decent at home, losing just one of their last eight and hammering Middlesbrough 4-0 last time out. Both can score here.
Next look at Nottingham Forest v Bolton. Billy Davies is back at the City Ground and bound to stir life into a fading side.
Forest have lost three on the bounce and face a Bolton side by all accounts playing better than their results suggest. Both have scored in Bolton's last three and it was 2-2 when the sides met at the Reebok.
Davies might not get the win he craves on his second debut but his side should at least hit the target.
I'm targeting a third Championship game in Birmingham v Watford. Birmingham's last six games have seen both score and they brought the market up with a 94th-minute equaliser at Charlton.
Watford almost always score, 11 in six, and have quality acts such as Matej Vydra and other admired by Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway.
In League One I'm choosing Sheffield Utd v Colchester. The Blades have arrested a slump by winning their last two games away to Bury and Shrewsbury but there are question marks about how they perform at home.
They have lost their last three and while I make them warm favourites to pick up the points there is every chance they'll concede to a side who netted three on the road last time out at Portsmouth.
Finally, go to League Two and back Southend v Northampton. It was 3-3 when they met earlier in the season and four of the last five have seen both score.
Northampton have netted seven in four games and three of their last four have seen both score.
Both teams to score
Ipswich v Blackpool
Nottm Forest v Bolton
Birmingham v Watford
Sheffield Utd v Colchester
Southend v Northampton
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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