THERE is only one game in two on Tuesday and my Daily Record column is devoted to the Scottish Championship clash between Cowdenbeath and leaders Hearts.
I don’t usually reproduce my newspaper columns on the site but when I’ve only looked at this match it’s difficult not to.
The Jambos remain unbeaten and untouchable in the league and I can’t see them slipping up at Central Park. Tynecastle’s been a fortress for the Jambos with nine wins in nine games but they’ve been decent on the road too – dropping just four points.
Cowdenbeath on a cold winter’s night is probably as attractive as eating yellow snow but Hearts have enough heart to battle to victory.
Unfortunately an away win pays no bigger than 2-5 at Coral and I hate backing visitors at those odds. I may take a chance on Hearts minus one at 1-1 with bet365 but the Fifers deserve respect after a superb 2-1 shock success at Queen of the South at the weekend.
They are a best 15-2 (McBookie) to notch another surprise victory and 4-1 with William Hill and McBookie to pinch a point.
James Keatings hit the target for Hearts in their weekend win over Alloa and is beginning to look like their main man up front.
The former Hamilton forward has six goals to his name and is 7-2 at McBookie to bang in the opener.
Cowdenbeath will look to loan Ranger Calum Gallagher to add to his goal at Palmerston and he is 10-1 at McBookie to break the deadlock.
With Fifers boss Jimmy Nicholl promising to attack the Jambos take a punt on over 2.5 goals at 11-20 with McBookie. Both teams to score is also likely at 4-5 with Ladbrokes.
Both teams to score (7.45pm)
Hearts and both to score (7.45pm)