THE less said about Sunday's effort the better but maybe the both teams to score market is getting tougher to call.

Suffice to say I managed to include a couple of 0-0s in my selections and that's difficult to do.

Championship games dominate the card on Tuesday and a few of them have let us down recently, including Cardiff v Leicester on Sunday.

I'm starting tonight's line with a side who were held 0-0 at the weekend. MK Dons failed to beat the Bury keeper but back at home I see them hitting the target in what could be a thriller with Charlton.

Both sides are flying high in League One and Charlton have hit six in their last two games. MK Dons had netted in their previous six before the Bury blip.

The other game in League One sees Wycombe take on Preston and this too could produce goals.

Wycombe shocked Sheffield Utd at home at the weekend and face an equally tough task against a Preston outfit who have won their last five in the league.

The Championship's been producing less goals of late so I'm focusing on the Blue Square Premier for my next two picks.

Fleetwood games seem full of goals at the moment, 24 in the last five, and they head to a Stockport side who have drawn four of their last five 1-1. Another score draw is likely.

York have netted 10 in their last five games so should bet at a Gateshead side who have only failed to hit the target once in their last five outings.

Add in the Champions League clash between Bayern Munich and Man City which promises to be a cracker.

Both teams to score

MK Dons v Charlton

Wycombe v Preston

Stockport v Fleetwood

Gateshead v York

Bayern Munich v Man City

Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)

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