I'VE had a decent run on the both teams to score – with two complete winning lines and three others bringing up fourfolds from five in the past week.
Let's hope I can keep on the right road this weekend and after goals galore in the Premier League – when all six matches saw both scored – I'm starting my line with Newcastle v Chelsea.
Five French recruits have given Alan Pardew's men a lift and they duly notched their first away win of the campaign at Aston Villa on Tuesday and they will fancy putting on a show for long-suffering home fans.
Chelsea, meanwhile, threw away another two-goal lead on Wednesday – this time at Reading – and Rafael Benitez's men have now draw three of their last five games 2-2.
Both sides know the way to goal and there will be quality forwards on show – and that should mean keepers at either end should be kept busy.
Man United v Southampton was one of my picks on Wednesday and I reckon United's match at Fulham will again see goals.
Clean sheets are too rare for Sir Alex Ferguson's men but he won't care too much with his side sitting nine points clear at the top.
Two meetings at Old Trafford this season finished 3-2 and 4-1, in last week's FA Cup clash. Fulham, inspired by ex-United star Dimitar Berbatov, are always stronger at home and will be boosted by Wednesday's 3-1 win against West Ham.
United won 5-0 at Craven Cottage last season but failed to win the previous three there as Fulham banged in seven goals.
Next I like the feel of Blackpool v Barnsley – two sides trying to impress with new bosses at the helm. Blackpool haven't been great since Michael Appleton left and have lost three of their last four under Steve Thompson but all of those have seen both score.
Barnsley have been a revelation under David Flitcroft, picking up four wins in five, and netting in their last seven. The worst they should get here is a scoring draw and both have netted in five of the last six meetings.
Another Championship game that should feature goals is Blackburn v Bristol City – again a fixture between two sides with new gaffers.
Blackburn have started OK under Appleton who must feel Jordan Rhodes scores every time he plays – and he's not far wrong. The Scotland star has netted in five of his last six and Rovers have netted in their last eight.
City boss Sean O'Driscoll led his strugglers to a fine win against promotion-chasing Watford on Tuesday and back-to-back wins will have given them renewed hope.
In League One Crewe v Scunthorpe should see both score – as has been the case in all three recent meetings with 12 goals tallied.
Five of Crewe's last six have featured both to score as have four of Scunny's last five.
Both teams to score
Newcastle v Chelsea
Fulham v Man United (5.30pm)
Blackpool v Barnsley
Blackburn v Bristol City
Crewe v Scunthorpe
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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