SOME of the best strikers in the world are in action tonight – the likes of Messi, Ronaldo, Cavani and Balotelli.
But I'm starting my goals line in a game where the likes of Steven Craig and Mark Roberts are looking to shine.
Ayr v Ross County has one major factor in its favour – both teams have plenty to play for and I reckon there will be goals at Somerset Park.
The home side moved off the bottom with a super 3-1 win over Livingston at the weekend while Ross County lead Falkirk at the top only on goal difference but have three games in hand.
Both teams scored when they met in Dingwall a couple of weeks ago. In fact County's last five have featured both netting with four of those games finishing 1-1.
Ayr's last five have also seen both net, with two 1-1 draws, and that scoreline is a possibility although if forced to pick a winner I'd look at County edging it.
Two SFL teams let me down last night as eight of my 10 selections netted but I'm prepared to take a chance on Arbroath v Airdrie.
The home men will go top with a win and have been in sparkling form and are unbeaten since losing to Rangers in the Scottish Cup at the start of last month.
They have netted 15 in their last six and should add another three points, although midfielder Josh Falkingham and frontman Collin Samuel will be missed.
Arbroath have conceded in their last five and although Airdrie haven't scored in two they boast the division's top marksman Ryan Donnelly so you can't rule them out.
There have been 10 goals in two meetings of the sides this season and it was 3-1 Arbroath at home earlier in the campaign.
So from Gayfield to a great field and it's Wembley for England v Holland. It's a tough one to call with Stuart Pearce trying to make an impression as caretaker boss.
However, both teams should score with Holland possessing a threat from the likes of Robin van Persie (if he starts) and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.
England will be without Darren Bent and Wayne Rooney so will be looking to goals from the likes of Danny Welbeck, Theo Walcott and Steven Gerrard.
The home men have scored in their last six and I expect them to hit the target at least once.
It's difficult to leave out a clash between old foes Germany and France. Germany have banged in 20 in six games but don't always keep it tight at the back and their only clean sheet during that time was against Holland.
They conceded three to Ukraine and two to Poland and Austria so I expect the French who could play with more freedom on their travels to hit the target at least once.
Complete the line with improving Poland at home to Portugal. The Poles boast outstanding strikers in the shape of Borussia Dortmund duo Jakub Blaszcykowski and Robert Lewandowski and although you can't get their names on the back of a top you could put your jersey on one or both scoring.
Portugal's last six games have featured 28 goals including a 6-2 win against Bosnia and 5-3 v Iceland. Conceding three to the Icelanders was some feat but with Cristiano Ronaldo in your line-up you'll always be confident of outscoring the opposition.
Ayr v Ross County
Arbroath v Airdrie
England v Holland
Germany v France
Poland v Portugal
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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