THE play-offs get up and running tonight with a cracking Fife derby between Dunfermline and Raith.

Their three meetings this term have delivered 15 goals so there should be plenty of action.

Both teams to score came up each time but is just 13/20 at McBookie tonight while over 2.5 goals is better at 5/4.

League One comes to a conclusion tonight and I’m backing goals as Montrose look to pip Falkirk to a play-off slot.

Montrose need to beat champions Partick at home and hope the freefalling Bairns slip up at Airdrie. An over 2.5 goals double pays 183/100 (McBookie).

It should also be open in League Two as Stranraer hope to jump into the top four with a win at home to Edinburgh City. BTTS appeals at 4/5 with McBookie while over 2.5 goals is a best 13/16 with SBK.

Manchester City have one foot in the Champions League Final after beating PSG 2-1 in France. The second leg tonight should be a cracker as the French champions need to score twice.

BTTS is poor value at 33/50 (SportNation) but if you limit that to the second half the odds increase to 15/8 (Paddy Power). In-form winger Phil Foden is 21/10 for anytime scorer (Unibet) while Neymar appeals at 2/1 for an assist (Betway).

Super Single

Over 2.5 Goals Double

  • Montrose v Partick & Airdrie v Falkirk (183/100, McBookie).

McBookie Star Bet

  • The second period has been the highest-scoring half of two of the three Fife derbies this term. A repeat here pays 21/20.
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