THIS could be an inspired bet or one that goes badly wrong.
Last weekend every team except Albion Rovers scored in Scottish Division Two and Three – and I'm go for a repeat tonight with Rovers included.
There are five matches in the two lower leagues which have produced on average more goals per game than any of the other UK leagues. Maybe that's one reason why not all bookies are prepared to offer prices on these Scottish games.
So start with the aforementioned Albion Rovers who are at home to Stenhousemuir. Rovers did fail to net at Stirling as they crashed to a heavy defeat but at Cliftonhill their last two have been score draws with Forfar and East Fife.
The bottom dogs have a plus three home goal difference so sides don't find it an easy place to visit. I'm all over Stenny after the signing of striker Kenny Deuchar but they have conceded in five of their last six. And crucially nine of the last 10 meetings between the sides have seen both score.
Next up it's leaders Cowdenbeath against third-placed Dumbarton. The Sons have moved into promotion contention on the back of a 10-game unbeaten run and will close to within five points of the Fifers if they win.
Dumbarton have netted in their last 10 while Beath have scored in their last six, although they have hit exactly one in their last four. A narrow Sons win or a score draw is my call here.
East Fife have been scoring plenty of goals with 11 in five and held second-placed Arbroath 2-2 at the weekend. They meet a Brechin outfit who held Dumbarton to a 2-2 draw last time out and this has the feel of another 2-2.
The fourth Second Division game sees Stirling entertain Forfar. Stirling have climbed off the bottom with two successive wins and three goals in each of them. Their last six games have featured 24 goals while Forfar's last six have produced 23.
Meetings this season have ended 4-2 to Forfar at Forthbank while up north it was 2-2. The last six meetings have all been over 2.5 goals with four of them over 3.5.
Complete the line with the only Third Division match between Elgin and Annan. It's a marathon trip north for the borderers but they should be used to it by now.
Both meetings this season have finished 1-1 as have Elgin's last two matches at home to Queen's Park and Clyde. Five of Elgin's last six and all of Annan's last six have seen both score so this should be another with Elgin possibly edging a win.
Now the fivefold pays a biggest 9-1 at Skybet and you could be more ambitious and add the two First Division games between Ross County and Partick Thistle and Livingston v Ayr for a return of 35-1 – but much more risk.
Strangely the fivefold pays £163 to a £10 stake at William Hill shops but just a best £100 to a £10 stake online at Skybet.
Both teams to score
Albion Rov v Stenhousemuir
Dumbarton v Cowdenbeath
East Fife v Brechin
Stirling v Forfar
Elgin v Annan
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Fivefold pays £163 to a £10 stake at William Hill (shops), £100 to a £10 stake at Skybet
All seven SFL games pays £362.70 to a £10 stake at William Hill (online)