TO be honest when looking at Tuesday's internationals there aren't many games that stand out as high scoring.
In fact there could be more nos than yeses on the both teams to score question but then that's no for punters.
So I've dug out four I hope will give you a run for your money but don't play with high stakes.
I'm starting with two sides who let us down at the weekend. The first leg of the Euro 2012 play-off between Bosnia and Portugal was a surprise 0-0 draw.
Something has to give in the return in Lisbon and Bosnia will feel they have to score. In Edin Dzeko thay have the perfect man to that if give the support he lacked in Zenica on Friday night.
Portugal of course will look for inspiration form Real Madrid goal machine Cristiano Ronaldo and I'm hoping it's a better spectacle than the first leg.
Next I'm on Germany v Holland and that's because the Germans have been conceded goals to almost anyone.Look at their last six results – 3-3, 3-1, 3-1, 2-2, 6-2 and 3-2.
I'd be more confident if the Dutch had Robin van Persie and Rafael van der Vaart available and if they hadn't drew 0-0 with Switzerland at the weekend.
However, it still should be an open game so both teams can score.
Next I'm off to South America for a World Cup qualifer between Chile and Paraguay.
The home men, as was proven by the weekend 4-0 defeat in Uruguay, lose plenty of goals but they also score, hitting four in their last home qualifier against Peru.
Paraguay have netted in four of their last five and will be confident of breaching a leaky Chile backline.
Finally, I'm slumming it by going from World Cup to Blue Square North. There are four games in the league on Tuesday and all could feature goals galore.
But for me the one most likely to have both teams scoring is Blyth Spartans v Vauxhall. Blyth's seven home games have featured 27 goals while Vauxhall have netted almost two a game on their travels.
Both teams to score
Portugal v Bosnia (9pm)
Germany v Holland (7.45)
Chile v Paraguay (11.30)
Blyth Spartans v Vauxhall (7.45)
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