THERE are two games in the SFL on Tuesday and both could be away wins.
First I'll be on Ross County to beat Queen of the South at neutral Stirling after being robbed last week.
I tipped County to win and they were 2-0 ahead in Dumfries when the lights went out – for the second time in a match between the sides this season.
County's plea to be given the points was rejected but the game has been switched to Forthbank and I can't see anything but three points for a County side battling to avoid a relegation play-off.
Queens have switched off since losing the ALBA Cup Final to County and many of their players and probably manager Kenny Brannigan will be away at the end of the season. Back County at 13-10 with Blue Square.
Clyde are worth a look in their Third Division clash with Elgin in the Highlands. The Cumbernauld side are desperate to avoid finishing bottom and are unbeaten in three.
They beat Elgin 1-0 away recently and their opponents have doubts over eight players with boss Ross Jack admitting he'd play the tea lady if she was available. Risk Clyde at 15-8 with William Hill.
- Ross County (13-10, Blue Square)
- Elgin v Clyde both teams to score (4-5, Chandler)