The goals continue to flow in Leeds United's matches and they take on Coventry today after successive 2-2 away draws.
Simon Grayson's side have failed to score in only one of the last 18 matches, but they have kept only three clean sheets in that time, so the scene is set for more excitement at Elland Road.
You can get a bigger price that both teams score in this game than you can for Leeds to win it, so that is the bet to be on.
Ipswich appear to be on the mend under new manager Paul Jewell and that is bad news for Sheffield United, who have taken just two points from the last 21.
Ipswich are bidding for a third straight league win and inspired by Jimmy Bullard – who was so influential in Jewell's Wigan team – they should get it.
Millwall are also worthy of support when they take on Doncaster Rovers in south London, with the Lions looking to make it six home wins on the trot as they continue to sneak up on the play-off places.
Rovers have been in poor form away from home, conceding far too many goals on their travels, and they will find Kenny Jackett's side tough to break down.
Leicester City are going strong, winning four of their last five games, and will be heavily backed to beat Barnsley at the Walkers Stadium.
Sven Goran Eriksson has been allowed to invest heavily in his team and they are likely to finish much higher than their current position of 10th.
Midfielder Andy King continues to thrive, with 11 goals to his name this season, and should be backed to score.
Scunthorpe look to be heading for the drop and Hull City look well placed to take advantage of their awful home form.
The Tigers have lost just once in their last 14 games and have not been beaten away from home since September.
Exeter City is not an easy place to go and get a result, as Sheffield Wednesday found to their cost when they were thrashed 5-1 in December.
Huddersfield Town are the visitors to St James' Park today and although Lee Clark's side have the quality to take the three points, this is a match to shy away from.
The Owls sacked manager Alan Irvine after slumping to 12th place and, although they have two games in hand, the play-off places suddenly look a long way away.
They are eight points behind the MK Dons, who visit Hillsborough today, so defeat is unthinkable.
The Dons' last three matches have been away from home and have yielded seven points, but they have been poor travellers on the whole, losing nine times.
With Gary Megson installed, Wednesday can surely benefit from a renewed sense of purpose and haul themselves back into the promotion frame.
Bradford City showed great spirit to draw at leaders Chesterfield last weekend, but Peter Taylor's side followed it up with a home defeat to improving Lincoln.
With just a solitary point from their last six games, City are impossible to back at 13-8 at Macclesfield, even though the Cheshire club's form is equally poor.
Rotherham United's fourth defeat in five games in midweek further dented their promotion hopes but they have a big chance to get things back on track when erratic Crewe visit Don Valley.
Crewe will be without suspended leading scorer Clayton Donaldson as they attempt to end a run of three straight away defeats, including Tuesday's 6-2 collapse at Northampton.
Weekend's best bets
Leeds United v Coventry City – Both teams to score.
Ipswich Town to beat Sheffield United.
Leicester City v Barnsley – Andy King to score.
Millwall to beat Doncaster Rovers.
Hull City to beat Scunthorpe United.
Sheffield Wednesday to beat MK Dons.
Rotherham United to beat Crewe Alexandra.