I MAY have edged Andy McKechnie in our friendly challenge on Saturday but neither of us picked a winning line.
And the bad news is it's just as tough on Sunday if you try to steer clear of all the 1-2, 4-7 and 4-9 shots in leagues such as Holland and Denmark.
I'm focusing on Europe's top leagues where the prices are better and throwing in the Leeds v Cardiff clash that should produce goals for both sides.
So let's start at Elland Road where Leeds lost 4-0 to the Welsh side last season. Leeds are in better shape this time and had put together an impressive seven-game unbeaten run until losing at Birmingham last midweek.
Simon Grayson's side have a prolific scorer in the shape of Ross McCormack who will be keen to net against his former side.
Leeds had netted in six games in a row before going to St Andrews while Cardiff have bagged 13 in their last five league outings but also conceded 11. Last week they followed a 4-3 loss to Peterborough with a 5-3 win over Burnley. Both to score pays 8-13 at Ladbrokes.
Next I'm going to La Liga for a couple of selections. First up it's Osasuna against shocktroops Levante.
Little Levante will return to the top of the table ahead of Real Madrid and Barcelona with a win and should get it.
Levante have won six in a row and netted three goals in four of the games. They don't concede too many but can be breached by an Osasuna side that's banged in eight in four games. Both to score pays 10-11 with William Hill.
Staying in Spain I'm trying Malaga v Espanyol. Malaga's great start to the season is but a memory after three defeats in a row.
It's tough times for coach Manuel Pellegrini and he has to arrest the slide when Espanyol come to town. Espanyol have netted exactly one goal in five of their last six outings.
Malaga's three losses have come without scoring but that has to come to an end for a side who spent £50million in the summer on the likes of Santi Cazorla, Julio Baptista and Ruud van Nistelrooy. One of their big stars should at least net and this pays 19-20 at Stan James.
Finally, complete a fourfold with Fiorentina v Genoa. Both sides' last two games have featured seven goals and after a run of 0-0s a couple of weeks ago I noticed all six sides playing in Italy on Saturday night scored so that's welcome.
Both teams to score
Leeds v Cardiff (1.15pm)
Osasuna v Levante (3pm)
Malaga v Espanyol (9pm)
Fiorentina v Genoa (2pm)