Paul Higham heads to Argentina to Monday's best bet where he fancies a low-scoring away win at the Estadio Eva Peron...
Sarmiento home games are 0-6 on over 2.5 goals
The start of another international break means we're a bit limited in terms of top-flight football, so we're off to Argentina for a game in the League Cup.
Godoy Cruz top the standings with just one defeat in their 12 games, while Sarmiento de Junin beat Newells Old Boys last time out to go three points from the play-off spots.
Sarmiento home games haven't been thrillers at all, with three straight draws in their last three - two 0-0s and a 1-1. Will there be more of the same here?
Godoy Cruz don't lose many - just one in this competition in 12 outings, and although that was away from home it's still some decent form.
Sarmiento have only lost once at home in this stage though and four of the last five meeting have been drawn, so the stalemate should be popular here.
But in this game there's more on the line for the hosts, who would usually be satisfied with a point against this opposition, and if they drive forward more they'll leave the back door open.
And that means the visitors should have enough to bag an away win at 6/42.50.
As mentioned, goals have been hard to come by at the Estadio Eva Peron, with just six total goals going in during the last six Sarmiento home games.
And if there's something these teams have on common it's in having games go under the magic 2.5 goal mark - with just three games from the combined 24 they've played in this having three goals or more.
Godoy's last four away games have gone under, while every single one of Sarmiento's six home matches have also slipped under the mark - with an average of just a goal per game.
It means that although we fancy an away win, even at 40/851.47 you just have to back under 2.5 goals here.