GOALS seem to have been harder to find in recent weeks – let's hope the bookies respond by putting up prices that have been cut on this market for the best part of a year.
One team having no problem finding the net are Peterborough who rammed in five at Millwall in midweek. Darren Ferguson's side are off the bottom and looking up after four matches unbeaten.
One problem though is keeping clean sheets and while they have the firepower to worry a struggling Birmingham they are likely to concede having done so in nine of their last 10.
City failed to net in their last two games at home to Watford and Sheffield Wednesday but seem more relaxed on the road where they have netted in their last three.
Next up it's Bristol City v Barnsley. It's a much between two strugglers when you look at the table but both have improved since appointing new managers.
Barnsley have won six out of seven under David Flitcroft and their last four have seen both teams on target. City, under Sean O'Driscoll, have netted in five of their last six including goals away to promotion-chasing pair Cardiff and Crystal Palace in their last two outings.
I'm adding a third Championship game in Charlton v Nottingham Forest. Billy Davies extracted an amazing response from his players in his first match in charge with a 6-1 win against Huddersfield in midweek.
Forest head for Charlton with renewed confidence and you have to expect them to at least score. Five of Charlton's last six have seen both sides on target.
Next head for the Premier League and Reading v Wigan – two teams in trouble because they can't defend. And if they can't defend against each other there should be goals at either end.
Their three Premier League meetings have seen both score with a total of 13 goals while five of both sides' last six fixtures have brought up this market.
Finally go with Bournemouth v Sheffield Utd, a League One match between two on-form sides who'll both be going for victory.
Bournemouth's long unbeaten run was ended at Preston last week but Eddie Howe's men have netted 10 in their last four games so will be looking to get back on track.
The Blades look back to their best after a wobble and have notched three successive wins, scoring seven goals. They beat Bournemouth 5-3 at home earlier in the season and another eight-goal thriller would be welcome.
Peterborough v Birmingham
Bristol City v Barnsley
Charlton v Nottm Forest
Reading v Wigan
Bournemouth v Sheffield Utd
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Pays a biggest £137.60 to a £10 take at bet365