MK Dons scored 67 goals in their league matches and found the net three times against Peterborough last week in the first leg.
Between them then, 173 goals in a total of 92 games, not including the goals that the teams conceded - which takes the average to vastly over 2.5 per game.
When Peterborough play at home, there are inevitably always goals - EVERY SINGLE match they played at home this season (except one) had over 2.5 goals in it, the Posh fans sure got their money's worth when paying to see their team perform.
When the stakes are at their highest there is no reason this Peterborough side will let their performances slip and with topscorer Craig Mackail-Smith finding the net already in the first leg of the playoff, this match has goals written all over it. I have gone for the simple option of OVER 2.5 GOALS, 10pts Stan James, as I think it is a guaranteed winner. I would bet on Peterborough to score at least 2, at least 3 on their own but feel the value we are being offered on the straightforward over 2.5 market is incredible, pile in.