I LANDED a fivefold last weekend and it would be nice to repeat the success.
It's been well documented that 14 of the 15 SFL matches featured both teams scoring and I had a few Unlucky Line of the Week entries to the Daily Record with punters missing out on an 1800-1 fifteenfold thanks to Stenny who didn't net.
My advice to anyone who does a line like that, even if it's for £1 or so, is to perm them in 20p lines. Fourteen right would have still produced a return of about £250.
I'm starting the line with the First Division clash between Ross County and Dundee. County secured the title before playing Ayr in midweek after Dee dropped points to Queen of the South.
So there will be a party atmosphere in Dingwall and both teams should be relaxed enough to put on an entertaining show. Dundee's last five have seen both score as have all three meetings of the sides this season.
County have brought up the market in five out of six with their only clean sheet being a 1-0 win at Partick Thistle.
Next I'm looking at Livingston v Ayr. Livi are finishing the season well under John Hughes and have won three of their last four – losing only to the champions – and netted 12 times in the process.
Both meetings of the sides at Almondvale this season finished 2-1 to Ayr and they are desperate for the points having seen bottom of the table Queen of the South close the gap on them to a single point. Ayr have lost their last four but scored in all of them.
My third choice is from a very competitive Second Division where every team has something to play for. Let's take Arbroath v Forfar – title contenders against relegation candidates.
Arbroath should win this one and have netted nine goals in three games against the Loons this season – with both scoring in all of them.
Forfar's last six games have totalled 25 goals and Arbroath have hit the target in five of their last six outings.
Alloa clinched the Third Division title with an 8-1 thumping of Elgin last week. The fact they gave away one suggests Berwick might managed a strike at home to the champions who may have lost the edge from their game.
The Wasps have battered in 23 goals in six games and kept clean sheets in half of them. Berwick have shown signs of improvement recently and netted in their last six.
My final choice was a toss-up between Elgin v Annan and Stranraer v Peterhead. I've plumped for the latter simply because Annan must win to have a chance of catching their hosts in the race for the final play-off spot.
Elgin as I've noted were hammered 8-1 at Alloa last week but that's likely to be a one-off against by far and away the best side in the division.
Having said that they've kept just one clean sheet in their last five while four of Annan's last five have seen both score.
The fivefold pays best price with bet365 so credit where credit's due. I asked bet365 why they didn't offer btts on SFL games after a string of complaints last week and they've got it sorted – with good odds too.
Now there are bound to be a few who throw loose change at the fifteenfold. This weekend it pays a biggest £1390.74 to a £1 stake at bet365 but if you do it perm any 14 and all 15 (16 bets) for 10p or 20p unit stakes (just in case).
Both teams to score
Ross County v Dundee
Livingston v Ayr
Arbroath v Forfar
Berwick v Alloa
Elgin v Annan
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Pays a biggest £105.60 to a £10 stake at bet365