PUNTERS have been feeling my pain after one side beat my last three both teams to score lines.
Norwich were the culprits when they failed to score at Sunderland then it was Bolton at Norwich last Saturday.
And finally another fivefold bit the dust because Rangers couldn't net at home to Dundee United in the Scottish Cup on Sunday.
That was the biggest disappointment because my five games featured 20 goals with every side scoring at least two except Aston Villa who went down 2-1 at Newcastle – and Rangers.
However, if you had permed the three lines as advised you'd still have made a profit.
So on Tuesday I'm hoping to go one better. I put up some early thoughts on Monday and most of the fixtures I highlighted are the ones I'm staying with.
Blackpool's last isx have featured both teams scoring and they were superb in seeing off Cardiff away at the weekend.
With promotion back to the Premier League, Ian Holloway won't put out his strongest side strong side for the FA Cup replay at Sheffield Wednesday.
Wednesday are also targeting promotion from League One so we could see two weakened sides and possibly a draw for the third time this season over 90 minutes.
Both teams have netted in Wednesday's last five and the League One side have netted 27 at home this season so hopefully this will produce goals for us.
Next I'm looking at the big League Two clash between Crawley and Cheltenham. The loss of Matt Tubbs is huge for Crawley and they will struggle to get a result agains the leaders.
Crawley have fallen to fourth but are just a point off the pace. I reckon they'll score against a side that beat them 3-1 earlier in the season but I'd favour a Cheltenham victory.
There is one Conference match and a handful of FA Trophy games and it's to the latter I turn to for my third choice, Kidderminster v Luton.
The last three meetings have produced 12 goals with both scoring in each. Both teams have netted in five of Kidderminster's last six but will have their work cut out against a Luton outfit unbeaten in six.
Next head to Scotland and the SPL clash between Dunfermline and Kilmarnock. Bottom dogs Dunfermline produced their result of the season when they thumped 3-0 Killie at Rugby Park last month.
They lost 3-2 earlier in the season and have scored eight in their last four meetings with the Ayrshire club. However, they haven't won a home game this season so I expect Killie to at least take a point.
Killie failed to score in the Cup at Hibs last week but created plenty of chances so you'd expect at least one to go in at East End Park.
If the first four come in we'll be sweating on No.5 which doesn't kick off until 9pm. I'm taking a chance on the Spanish Cup semi-final 2nd leg between Athletic Bilbao and Mirandes.
Athletic won 2-1 away so little Mirandes will need to go for it and although there is a vast gulf in class between the sides the lower-league outfit netted twice at Espanyol and once away to Racing on their remarkable run to the last four.
The fact both teams to score is odds against shows you what bookies believe but it can happen and of course boosts the fivefold pay-out.
Both teams to score
Sheff Wed v Blackpool
Crawley v Cheltenham
Kidderminster v Luton
Dunfermline v Kilmarnock
Athletic Bilbao v Mirandes
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Fivefold pays a biggest £165.10 to a £10 stake at William Hill