DERBY games can go either way – loads of goals or loads of fight.
I'm not talking about Derby games here but ironically it's Derby v Nottm Forest tonight and there's a fierce rivalry between the former big guns.
After a terrible spell Forest have lost just one in four and will head for Pride Park in good spirits after Saturday's 3-1 win against Millwall.
Derby followed a draw at Birmingham and win against Blackpool with a disappoiting defeat at home to Watford with both teams scoring in all three games.
Next look at Leicester v Birmingham. Brum's form has dipped a bit and they've won just one in five with both scoring in all of them.
Leicester have struggled on their travels recently but won their last three at home and with players of the quality of David Nugent and Paul Gallagher will feel they can score against any opposition.
Next take Crawley v Aldershot in League Two. Crawley have signed Gary Alexander from Brentford to try to cover for the loss of Matt Tubbs and Tyrone Barnett and they'll be hoping he makes his mark here.
Aldershot have netted in six of their last seven but were shocked 3-1 at Northampton at the weekend. Both should score here.
Now it's over to the Blue Square Premier and what should be a cracking contest between promotion hopefuls Mansfield and leaders Fleetwood.
You expect Fleetwood to score at least one in every game and they've won their last six, scoring 18. Mansfield
Complete the line with Stevenage against an Oldham side who have netted in their last five games.
Stevenage desperately need the points after no wins in seven but it's a difficult call because they have conceded 10 goals in five games.
However, they bounced back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Chesterfield thanks to two late goals and that may have boosted confidence. Both sides have scored in Stevenage's last four and also in Oldham's last four.
Both teams to score
Derby v Nottm Forest
Leicester v Birmingham
Stevenage v Oldham
Crawley v Aldershot
Mansfield v Fleetwood
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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