It's a 6/1 Daily Acca from the Championship for Paul Robinson this afternoon, and it begins with goals at both ends at Fulham.
No clean sheets at the Cottage
Bet 1: Back BTTS in Fulham v Hull @ 4/7 - KO 15:00 BST
Hull have returned to form in recent weeks as they come into this game on the back of victories over Nottingham Forest and Derby County.
They have played six times away from home so far this term, and while they have only failed to score on one occasion, they have kept just the one clean sheet themselves.
Scott Parker's Fulham haven't been as impressive as many thought they would be this year, but they are still only a single point outside of the Play-offs, and just four adrift of the leaders.
As far as the goals go, they are yet to fail to find the net at Craven Cottage, but it's just one clean sheet in five - conceding twice against both Charlton and Luton, in their last two here.
Bluebirds too strong at home
Bet 2: Back Cardiff @ 1/1 - KO 15:00 BST
The selection have gone four matches without a win, but three of those were away from home, and in front of their own fans, Cardiff have been pretty dominant this season.
Neil Warnock's men are unbeaten in their six at home since their relegation from the Premier League - winning four and drawing two.
Opponents, Birmingham City, have the better recent form, as they have won three of their last four, but crucially, all three victories were at St Andrew's.
On the road it's five defeats from their last half dozen, and they didn't score in four of those losses.
Rams to heap more misery on the Boro
Bet 3: Back Derby @ 6/5 - KO 15:00 BST
Phillip Cocu has had plenty to deal with since he joined Derby County, but the one bright spot has been their home form.
The hosts come into this fixture on the back of three straight wins in front of their own fans, and their only defeat came against Bristol City, back in August.
Jonathan Woodgate has really struggled as Middlesbrough manager, but he hasn't been helped by a lack of signings. They haven't won since a 1-0 success over Reading in mid-September, and they are currently 22nd in the division.
Away from home it's just three points from a possible 21 this term, and it's hard to imagine them turning that record around this afternoon.