We only needed 2 goals to win big on Saturday, so it's time we gave it another shot. There are plenty of fixtures both in England and further abroad to help us strike lucky on the goal front.
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
It's going to be a big season for Palace. They looked impressive last week against Norwich, but crucially for our acca, they still looked a little suceptible on the break and are likely to concede. Arsenal didn't manage to score against West Ham, but it was the Hammer rearguard action that held firm and Palace look less secure. Surely Arsenal's back 4 will come unstuck against the likes of Zaha, Bolasie, Puncheon and last week's goalscorer Cabaye. It seems like a game where both teams should get on the scoresheet. It finished 2-1 to the Gunners last season.
Reading v Leeds
Leeds might struggle to win this as they will be fatugued from Thursday night's extra time cup exertions against Doncaster. They drew 1-1 with Burnley last weekend and should get on the scoresheet once again. They have Mirco Antennucci, who has surely done enough to get a starting place as well as Chris Wood and the very talented Alex Mowatt & Stuart Dallas.. Reading will want to bounce back after their defeat to Birmingham. The Royals struggle to defend at times, but under Steve Clarke they should be able to sort that problem out eventually.
Wolves v Hull
I think there might also be goals in the other Championship game as both sides have a number of talented attackers in their squads. I think Hull will perhaps set up for a perfect away side performance, but it takes a manful effort to stop Nouah Dicko and Benik Afobe scoring these days. They also have possible goalscorers from midfield. Hull got off to a good start last weekend beating Huddersfield 2-0, they also have goals in their side including Nikica Jelavic. They also have a number of players who wouldn't look out of place gracing a Premier League field.
Cambuur v Feyenoord
Feyenoord got 3 points last week, but they were far from convincing when overcoming Utrecht and it was a nervous last minute when they were holding on. They looked nervous at the back and this week they're on the road travelling to Cambuur. The home team drew 2-2 last weekend, so they've got goals in them too. I don't think either defensive is particularly solid at the moment and that plays into our hands.
Wigan v Doncaster
Wigan sit bottom of League One, but only by virtue of the fact they haven't played a second game. They were well beaten at Coventry last weekend, but the Sky Blues went on to beat Millwall 4-0, so they are clearly a team in form. Doncaster might be tired from their Thursday adventures in the cup, but they also hhave a goal or two in them and if they'd been more clinical with the chances they created, they wouldn't have needed the additional 30.