IT was four out of five in midweek with only Napoli failing to score out of 10 sides.
For those who did the perm it meant a small return but I'm fed up hitting the bar so let's go for five out of five this weekend.
Cardiff v Leicester was one of the sides on my midweek line and it finished 2-2. Lo and behold we have the same fixture again on Sunday and there's no reason to believe both teams won't score when they resume rivalries.
Both teams to score pays a biggest 4-6 at bodog.
Next I'm on West Ham v Peterborough. The Hammers have looked strong at home and their last two league matches at Upton Park have ended 4-3 v Portsmouth and 2-2 v Leeds.
Peterborough's games haven't been fairly quiet since they thumped Ipswich 7-1 a few weeks back.
Darren Ferguson's men netted two on their last trip to London to face Millwall and are likely to lift themselves for a trip to Upton Park.
They should at least hit the target so take both teams to score at 8-13 with Stan James.
My third choice is Huddersfield v Orient, two sides who like to attack.
Huddersfield have been incredibly strong at home and should be looking to win this one.
They have kept clean sheets in their last two home league clashes but Orient have netted in seven of their last eight outings.
They bagged two in 3-2 defeat at Blackburn on Wednesday so shouldn't fear a trip to Yorkshire. Take both teams to score at 8-11 with bet365.
Down in League Two I like the look of Aldershot v Crawley. The Shots are celebrating after reaching the fourth round of the League Cup for the first time and did it in style by beating League One Rochdale.
Next is a big test at home to pre-season title favourites Crawley who have stuttered recently. A
6-0 loss at Morecambe and 3-0 defeat to Swindon asked questions of their defence but they steadied the ship by beating Bradford 3-1 last week.
This game is a tough one to call but it certainly looks full of goals with Crawley netting 10 in their last three games and Shots scoring in their last six. Both teams to net pays 4-6 with bet365.
Finally, I'm going for Crewe v Port Vale. It's a match between two sides who like to play the game the right way with the focus on attack.
Crewe's last two home matches have been 3-1 victories while Vale have banged in 12 goals in their last six and conceded the same number. Both to score is 8-13 at boylesports.
Meanwhile, if you want five Saturday games I'd suggest you swap Cardiff v Leicester for Bradford v Wimbledon.
Bradford have been rejuvenated since the appointment of Phil Parkinson and have netted 10 in their last five league games. Wimbledon look a useful outift but are conceding too many goals, 15 in 10 games. Take this at 4-7 with Paddy Power and William Hill.
Both teams to score
Cardiff v Leicester (Sun)
West Ham v Peterborough
Huddersfield v Orient
Aldershot v Crawley
Crewe v Port Vale
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)