I OFTEN state there is a random nature to this market and I'm starting Saturday's English line with two games that prove that.
First up it's Southampton v Man City and can the Saints go marching on under new boss Mauricio Pochettino?
The Argentine's first game in charge was a fairly low key 0-0 draw at home to Everton but since then his men have netted at Man United and Wigan.
And crucially they have scored in eight of their nine matches against top-six sides with Rickie Lambert doing much of the damage.
City's defence looked ropey against Liverpool as they drew 2-2 with Liverpool but up top they can get goals from anywhere from the likes of Sergio Aguero, Carlos Tevez and David Silva.
Next I'm looking at Swindon v Hartlepool. This may seem strange on the face of it with a promotion-chasing side entertaining the bottom dogs.
But Pool have won back-to-back games for the first time this season and suddenly look as if they could escape the drop after being 15 points adrift when John Hughes took charge.
His side are starting to play with confidence and have posed a threat away from home, winning 3-2 at Sheffield Utd, 3-1 at Portsmouth in a must-win game and also picking up a score draw at Shrewsbury.
Swindon have been down to the bare downs as far as personnel but managed to pick up a point at Crawley then win 1-0 at Colchester so it's not all doom and gloom for Paolo di Canio's men.
Bu there could be a strange atmosphere at the County Ground after all the goings on and fatigue must become a factor for players who are being relied on week in, week out, so I can see both teams scoring.
My third choice is more conventional and I'm going for a match that always seems to produce goals.
Spurs v Newcastle at White Hart Lane has totalled 18 goals in six meetings including a 5-0, 1-4 and 2-3.
Newcastle will head to London feeling much better after scoring five in two games after strengthening their side with a flurry of Frenchman, including Moussa Sissoko who netted twice in last weekend's 3-2 defeat of Chelsea.
Spurs will be without Jermain Defoe and look a bit short up front although Emmanuel Adebayor could be available after returning from African Nations Cup duty with Togo.
However, they do have Gareth Bale and he's smashed in a couple of beauties in his last two outings against Norwich and West Brom as well as Wales's opener against Austria.
Next up it's Bradford v Gillingham. Bradford have beaten the likes of Aston Villa and Arsenal at home in the League Cup this season and seem to raise their game for meetings against better teams.
Gillingham are up there with the best in the division but lost 1-0 to Wycombe on Monday and will need to raise their game to live with a Bradford side who should be really up for it.
Four of the last five meetings have seen both score with all of them going over 3.5 goals while Bradford's last five have seen this market pay out.
Complete the fivefold with Peterborough v Leicester in the Championship. Peterborough's 15 home games have produced 55 goals – compared to for example Hull's 35.
There always seems to be goals at London Road and that was the case as Burnley grabbed a 2-2 draw last weekend. Leicester have won five times on the road and will go there chasing three points.
The Foxes have netted 16 in their last six and this should be an action-packed affair.
I have one early game and one late match so note kick-offs and decide whether you're happy with that or prefer five 3 o'clock kick-offs. Also don't take Swindon v Hartlepool if you don't fancy that one but it's the pick that's boosted the fivefold odds to around 16-1.
Southampton v Man City (5.30)
Swindon v Hartlepool
Spurs v Newcastle (12.45)
Bradford v Gillingham
Peterborough v Leicester
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Fivefold pays a biggest £170.50 to a £10 stake at BetVictor