LAST week was all about some weird and wonderful teams – but the obscure are becoming less obscure.
Now when I look at Sunday's lower-league games I recognise names such as Novara, Sassuolo, Spezia and Alcorcon.
Novara were one of the sides who did site regulars a turn with victory at Varese and they face Ascoli at home in Serie B.
An undefeated run of seven games has pushed Novara up the table and they should be too good for a struggling Ascoli side with two victories in 10 and a 3-0 defeat at home to lowly Reggina last time out.
So now to the sausage men of Sassuolo. The runaway leaders are 32 points clear of opponents Ternana and looking forward to joining the big guns in Serie A.
They have won six and drawn one of their last eight and can take another step to the title with three points.
Videoton were another side well backed here last week to win and to produce more than 2.5 goals in their Hungarian Cup tie with Pecs. The sides meet again in Pecs days after that 3-1 result and over 2.5 goals is 9-10 at BetVictor. Three of the four goals in the last meeting came early on so look at sportingbet's 21-10 on the first being the highest-scoring half.
Another game that could be high scoring is the Irish league clash between Drogheda and Bray. Six of their last seven meetings have gone over 2.5 goals so take this to be a seventh.
As usual be free to add your own suggestions and I might trawl for some more tips in the morning.
Pays a biggest £25.50 to a £10 stake at BetVictor
Over 2.5 goals double
Drogheda v Bray (3pm)
Pecs v Videoton (5pm)
Pays a biggest £34.40 to a £10 stake at bet365