I LEFT you with a both teams to score winner and my only bet of the weekend was a btts treble.
So hopefully I can continue the run although we all know Capital One Cup and Scottish League Cup games are unpredictable.
Anyway I'm starting with Leeds v Southampton. Saints' last four have featured both scoring and you'd imagine they'll net at least at Elland Road even though boss Nigel Adkins will make changes.
Leeds haven't been prolific in the league in recent weeks, scoring three in four games, but they reserved their best display of the season for the last round of this tournament as they thumped Everton. There will be money on the Championship side and I like the look of both to score.
Next up it's Reading v Arsenal. Both managers are likely to shuffle their packs here and that could lead to an open game.
Reading's two ties so far have finished 3-2 and they drew 3-3 with Fulham in the league at the weeken. Arsenal rammed six past Coventry in the previous round so it's fair to assume there will be goals at the Madjedski.
My third choice is the FA Cup clash between Harrogate and Hyde. Four of the last five meetings have seen both score and Harrogate's last four games have produced 23 goals. Hyde have failed to net in on of their last six and kept just one clean sheet during that spell.
Next I'm looking at Celtic v St Johnstone. Celtic boss Neil Lennon will make changes to his team as he counts the days down to next week's return meeting against Barcelona.
That might be no bad thing because the understudies have played well when they've been called upon. But having conceded two at home to Kilmarnock on Saturday you fear the worst for a defence that will be tested by a confident Perth side who have already beaten the champions this season.
This match could be closer than bookies think and I'm happy to risk both teams to score.
Now I said it was a tough night with cup-ties all over Europe. I had a look at some of the Dutch games before settling on a German Cup clash between Havelse and Bochum.
Havelse are fourth division amateurs who sit third in a league featuring sides such as Werder Bremen reserves and Hannover reserves.
Their last four matches have seen both score and although they stat isn't key for the visit of Bundersliga 2 side Bochum you have to consider the fact the visitors arrive shattered after a 6-1 thrashing by lowly Erzgebirge.
Bochum have conceded 14 goals in five games so Havelse must have a chance of scoring.
Both teams to score
Leeds v Southampton
Reading v Arsenal
Harrogate v Hyde
Celtic v St Johnstone
Havelse v Bochum
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Pays a biggest £127.30 to a £10 stake at Stan James