WAS considering an all-Tartan affair for the five to follow until I noticed Gillingham's plight.
And with my record so far backing against them at Port Vale could be just what they need to turn around a horrendous away record.
The Gills will make it a club record 32 away games without a win if they fail to return from the Potteries without three points.
And it's a tall order as they tackle the League Two leaders who have recorded a string of impressive results.
So let's head to Scotland and first on my list are Raith Rovers who make the short hop to Cowdenbeath.
Raith sit second behind another Fife outfit Dunfermline and are unbeaten on their travels. Beath have surprised everyone this season with four wins from their opening eight but have a defensive crisis which makes Rovers an attractive proposition at 6-5 with Ladbrokes and Stan James.
Staying in the First Division and I can't resist Queen of the South who visit a Morton side they have beaten at Cappielow frequently over the past couple of years.
In the Second Division Livingston's full-time status is beginning to tell and they are sitting pretty in second spot. The Almondvale men are rightly hot favourites for the visit of a Stenhousemuir side who have been unsettled in recent weeks. Take Livi at 4-9 with the likes of Blue Square and 888sport.
Finally, I can't see past Stranraer despite them throwing away a 3-0 lead to draw 3-3 at Montrose last week.
Montrose are an improving outfit – East Stirling aren't. Stranraer have netted 20 goals in their nine game including 11 away. They are unbeaten on the road but four draws out of five means they have to more ruthless.
Shire sit second bottom and haven't scored in their last five. Support Stranraer at 13-10 with bet365.
FIVE TO FOLLOW
- Port Vale
- Raith Rovers
- Queen of South
- Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)