They're just too tough to call especially when there are some stand-out picks in English football.
Yeovil featured on my treble and with Paddy Madden again on target notched a fine win at Coventry – their fifth league win on the spin.
I see no reason not to back them at home to a Preston sode who have lost five of their last six at and for anyone interested Madden is 6-5 at bet365 to score and 4-1 at Ladbrokes, bet365 and Coral to net first. Yeovil are a biggest 7-5 at William Hill.
Hartlepool were another team I sided with, tipping their draw at Swindon and taking both teams to score.
John Hughes's side are now just one point behind Portsmouth and will climb above their relegation rivals and off the foot with a win tonight. They won 3-1 at Portsmouth on January 26 and can repeat the result against a side on a run of eight defeats. Pool are 19-20 with Paddy Power and William Hill.
To complete the treble I'm on Leicester at home to Huddersfield in the FA Cup as long they don't miss top scorer Chris Wood too much and field a strong side.
Without Wood Leicester slumped to a shock league defeat at Peterborough so will be looking to bounce back against a side they beat 6-1 at home in the Championship.
Managerless Huddersfield held Cardiff 0-0 at home at the weekend but don't score enough so Leicester should edge and set up a home tie with Wigan.
Best bets in Scotland could be Stirling Albion who need a win at home to East Stirling to climb off the foot of Division Three. Stirling signed up experience in the transfer window and it showed as the beat Montrose at home on Saturday. They are 10-11 with Paddy Power and William Hill and there should be goals here.
Dunfermline (5-6, Coral) should edge the Fife derby at Cowdenbeath.
Pays a biggest £62.80 to a £10 stake at William Hill
Both teams to score
Middlesbrough v Leeds
Bury v Sheffield Utd
Crewe v Bournemouth
Scunthorpe v Carlisle
Stirling v East Stirling
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Fivefold pays a biggest £138.70 to a £10 stake at Stan James