THE SFL was a bit of a letdown in midweek but weekend games have generally been providing punters with goals galore.
Start this weekend's line Cowdenbeath v Raith. I know Beath let me down last weekend but they were probably jaded after a couple of big performances.
The Central Park side enjoyed a free week so should be refreshed for their latest Fife derby at home to Raith Rovers.
And look at this fact – two of the last three meetings have finished 4-4 including one at Cowdenbeath last October. The other game this season was 2-2 and the last nine clashes have produced 41 goals.
Stay in the First Division and go with Dumbarton v Falkirk. The Sons' last five league games have seen both score with a total of 24 goals.
Falkirk crashed 4-3 at home the last time the sides met but take an on-form striker in the shape of 25-goal English hitman Lyle Taylor to the BetButler Stadium.
My third choice is Ayr v Forfar in the Second Division. Again the history is on our side with eight of the last nine showdowns seeing both score including three this season.
Ayr's last five have featured both scoring and a total of 23 goals while Forfar have failed to net just once in their last seven outings.
Brechin v East Fife usually sees goals too with six of the last seven doing so. This season's two meetings have produced seven goals and the Fifers' previous six games have seen both keepers beaten.
Make up the fivefold with East Stirling v Elgin. Shire are unbeaten in three and six of their last seven have paid out on goals galore. This season it's been 4-3 Shire and 4-1 Elgin and the last six clashes have seen both score.
Unfortunately the likelihood of goals in these games is reflected in the prices and it's not worth doing a perm.
Both teams to score
Cowdenbeath v Raith
Dumbarton v Falkirk
Ayr v Forfar
Brechin v East Fife
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