DUE to the break for internationals we have to focus on matches in League One and League Two – and that's no bad thing.
There are plenty of matches with the potential for goals and I'm starting with Oldham v Huddersfield. Oldham have scored in their last five while keeping just one clean sheet.
Goal-hungry Huddersfield have banged in three in each of their last three games and are running into some kind of form. Both teams to score pays 3-4 at Blue Square and 888sport.
Next I'm looking at Scunthorpe v Colchester, also in League One.
Scunthorpe's last five have featured both teams to score while Colchester's last six have produced 26 goals. They include a 4-1 win against Oldham, 3-3 at Wycombe and 4-2 at Preston.
Colchester's best form of defence is attack, especially away from home, and I like this game at 4-5 with Blue Square and 888sport.
Next I'm moving down to League Two and a clash between Wimbledon and Port Vale. Wimbledon started life in the league superbly well but were brought down to earth by a 4-0 drubbing at Macclesfield.
Before that game they had netted nine in four games and should at least get back to scoring ways against a Vale side whose last six has brought up both teams to score. This pays 4-5 at Blue Square and 888sport.
My fourth choice from the English leagues is Barnet v Accrington. Barnet's defence leaked four at Bradford last week so Stanley, who have hit the target in their previous four matches, will fancy breaching their backline.
However, Barnet have netted twice in each of their last four outings so their attack is potent enough. Both teams to score pays 3-4 at Blue Square and 888sport.
My advice would be to do the English matches as a fourfold or add in Sunday's Ramsden's Challenge Cup clash between Ayr and Annan and do fourfolds and a fivefold. Both sides are in good scoring form and this pays 4-7 with William Hill and Paddy Power.
Both teams to score
Oldham v Huddersfield
Scunthorpe v Chesterfield
Wimbledon v Port Vale
Barnet v Accrington
Ayr Utd v Annan
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Fourfold if leaving out Ayr