THE three highest-scoring leagues in Britain so far have been Scottish Divs 1, 2, and 3.
Dundee v Morton smells of goals with both going well in the league. Last weekend Dundee crashed 4-2 at Livingston and in midweek Morton went down 4-3 in thriller against local rivals St Mirren in the League Cup.
Morton have netted in every game this season bar one and I can see this being a score draw. It pays a best 4-5 with Skybet.
Next I'm looking at East Fife v Dumbarton. The Fifers stunned SPL neighbours Dunfermline in the League Cup in midweek and will fancy their chances against Dumbarton at home.
East Fife have won four in a row at home, scoring twice in each game, while Dumbarton drew 3-3 at Brechin last week. They have conceded 17 goals in six games but crucially posed a threat up front last week. Both to score pays 4-7 at William Hill and Paddy Power.
Next it's Albion Rovers v Brechin. Rovers' last four games have produced 19 goals while there have been 22 in Brechin's previous. Looks like the keepers will be busy. Back both to score at 3-5 with William Hill.
Staying in the Second Division take a look at Stenhousemuir v Cowdenbeath. Stenny have only failed to score in one match this season while Beath have battered in 12 in four games, including five at Airdrie last week.
Don't see anyone keeping a clean sheet at Ochilview and both to score pays 4-7 at Paddy Power.
Finally, complete a fivefold with Annan v Clyde in the Third Division. It's first v second and could be a real goalfest.
Annan have rifled home 17 goals in their last six while Clyde haven't been too shy with goals in every game barring their midweek League Cup defeat to SPL Motherwell. Take this at 5-6 with Skybet.
Both teams to score
Dundee v Morton
East Fife v Dumbarton
Albion Rovers v Brechin
Stenhousemuir v Cowdenbeath
Annan v Clyde
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)