I WENT close on all my both teams to score lines on Saturday – but that's par for the course.
I'm knocking on the door for a fivefold and hopefully today's the day.
So let's start in the Premier League where there were plenty of goals – but none for a team we needed in Newcastle.
Wolves v West Brom should be a closely-fought derby with a few goals. West Brom's last six have featured both scoring while Wolves have decent attackers such as Steven Fletcher and Kevin Doyle and will be lifted by last week's win at QPR.
I would have gone with Espanyol v Zaragoza in La Liga but it's an 11am kick-off and I don't anyone's line to go down that early.
So instead look at Catania v Genoa in Serie A. Genoa have been going goal crazy recently by scoring exactly three in their last four games. Three have been won 3-2 and one lost 5-2.
Expect more of the same against a Catania side who have seen both score in three of their last four and notched three score draws in six.
Next take the Bundesliga clash between Cologne and Hamburg. The last four meetings have produced 21 goals with both scoring.
Earlier this season it was 4-3 Cologne and just one separates the sides in the table. Hamburg's last four have brought this market up and Cologne have netted six in their last three home games.
Complete the line with two games from Bundesliga 2. First up it's promotion contenders Greuther Furth v Paderborn.
Furth's 20 home games have totalled an action-packed 59 goals while four of Paderborn's last five games have finished 2-2 or 3-2.
Stay in this league and add a clash at the bottom between Hansa Rostock and Duisburg. Rostock have won just once this season but nine draws have killed them.
They have shown signs of improvement recently but their defence continues to leak with their last nine games featuring 29 goals. Duisburg have brought up the both to score market six times out of seven so there should be goals here.
Both teams to score
Wolves v West Brom (1.30)
Catania v Genoa (2.0)
Cologne v Hamburg (4.30)
Hansa Rostock v Duisburg (12.30)
Greuther Furth (12.30)
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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