I WAS delighted to get back on track in this market with Sunday's 17-1 winner.
So hopefully I can follow it up tonight with another success.
I'm starting in the Scottish Third Division where there were some high-scoring games last weekend.
There were three 3-2s – including two that were on my Scottish line – and I'm focusing on the teams involved in those matches.
So let's start with Montrose v Queen's Park. Montrose went down 3-2 at home to on-form Elgin and their last seven matches have featured 26 goals.
Crucially they conceded 11 in their last three, including a 5-0 defeat to Queen's at Hampden. Montrose have netted in three of their last four so while I'm taking an away win I can see the home men scoring.
Queen's beat Stranraer 3-2 at the weekend and have netted 12 in their last five but only one clean sheet has been recorded in their last four. Three of the last four between the sides at Links Park have featured both scoring.
Next I'm on Berwick v Peterhead even though the home side failed to net against Clyde at Shielfield at the weekend. That was a blip as far as I'm concerned with Berwick drawing a blank for the first time in five games.
Also Peterhead don't do clean sheets these days. Their last six have produced 26 goals with both teams scoring in each of them.
My third choice is Forfar v East Fife. I was tempted to go with Elgin v Clyde but the home side could keep a clean sheet.
Forfar fired two at Albion Rovers at the weekend and have only failed to hit the target once in five games, ironically at East Fife where they went down 4-0. They also lost 4-3 at New Bayview last October.
So revenge will be on the menu but they'll be hard pushed for a clean sheet against the Fifers who have scored in six of their last seven.
Now it's down to England and I've go to say none of the games in League One look high scorers. The one most likely to produce for both teams to score followers is Stevenage v Huddersfield.
But I'm taking a chance on Stevenage returning to scoring form after three games without a goal. To be fair two of them were at leaders Charlton and home to Spurs in the FA Cup.
Hopefully the match will be similar to their last home league game which ended in a fine 4-2 win against MK Dons. Huddersfield have kept just one clean sheet in six and always look more likely to net than shut out the opposition.
The one concern is 30-goal hitman Jordan Rhodes is away on international duty for Scotland Under-21s so Simon Grayson has to find a way of replacing him.
To be fair Huddersfield beat Stevenage 2-1 at home without the Scot so aren't a one-trick pony and this has the feel of a score draw that won't harm either side's play-off chances.
Complete the fivefold with Port Vale v Crewe in League Two. Vale are on a great run with four wins in five and have scored in their last six.
Crewe have netted 12 in their last six and continue to play the game the right way as their 3-3 weekend draw with Wimbledon suggests.
Both teams to score
Montrose v Queen's Park
Berwick v Peterhead
East Fife v Forfar
Stevenage v Huddersfield
Port Vale v Crewe
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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