I HAD four top tips up on Monday – and aim to go one better on Tuesday.
I'm starting the five to follow off with a Brighton side who have won four out of five, including last weekend's last-minute win at Leeds.
Gus Poyet's side have responded to a mid-season blip to bounce back in style and are in the play-off hunt again. Meanwhile, Millwall continue to struggle and have won just one in five in the league, including a 6-0 battering by Birmingham. kBrighton look worth backing at a biggest 11-10 with William, BetVictor and bet365.
I'm staying in the Championship and siding with a Cardiff side who need to refocus on the league after reaching the Carling Cup Final.
Malky Mackay's men have taken just one point from three games since reaching Wembley but the league's their bread and butter and the players will be told that.
Defeat at Leicester at the weekend looked a bit unlucky and they will surely return to winning ways against a Peterborough outfit who haven't won in seven. Cardiff are 8-13 (various).
I gave Southend another chance on Monday and they rewarded me with a win and I'm taking the same stance with Blackpool. They let us down by drawing at home to Portsmouth after five wins in a row.
However, I reckon they'll get back on track at Doncaster who have been struggling since the sale of top scorer Billy Sharp to Southampton.
Donny, despite the presence of El Hadji Diouf, have scored just once in four games while Blackpool have been impressive on the road, winning 3-1 at Cardiff last time out. Back Blackpool at 13-10 (various).
My fourth choice are Charlton who entertain a MK Dons side who sit fifth in the table but a massive 15 points behind the leaders. Charlton's success this season has been built on solid home form and they are unbeaten in 13 games at The Valley.
MK Dons head there on the back of their worst run of the season, no wins in six, and it's not a ground to visit when short on confidence. Take Charlton at 23-20 at BetVictor.
Complete the line in the SFL with Second Division promotion chasers Arbroath. The Gayfield men were going along quite nicely then signed former Trinidad and Tobago international striker Collin Samuel.
And with the ex-Dundee Utd and St Johnstone striker Samuel on board they have exploded into life with 12 goals in three. It's the kind of firepower that should be hot for a Brechin side that's taken just one point in three games. Arbroath are a biggest 7-5 at William Hill.
Five to follow
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Pays a biggest £404.68 to a £10 stake at BetVictor