MOTHERWELL will be on many of my lines after Hearts parted company with boss John McGlynn.
I'm often reluctant to back against sides without a manager but Hearts look in total disarray.
McGlynn was forced to bring in kids and needed time to develop them. Without his guidance the youngsters could flounder but the club have no option but to keep starting players who are not ready.
Skipper Marius Zaliukas is out for the season and in his absence Hearts have conceded at least two goals in their last five SPL outings.
Motherwell ended a poor run with victory over Celtic in midweek and are back up to second. James McFadden made his first start since returning to the club and the feelgood factor seems be back.
So take Well and Partick Thistle against another crisis club Dunfermline – as long as the game goes.
Pars players have threatened to go on strike after receiving just 20 per cent of their February pay. It's unlikely to come to that because it will do the club more harm than good in the long run but you have to question the East End Park stars' appetite for the game.
Last week at home to Morton was their last chance for a tilt at the title and were well in the hunt until they missed a penalty. Now they have little to play for and the Jags will be keen to improve on their midweek display at Cowdenbeath when they were let off the hook as fog forced the match to abandoned with them trailing 2-1 and 20 minutes to go.
Complete the treble with Brighton at home to Huddersfield. Brighton have won three of their last four to climb into the play-off places and should triumph again.
Huddersfield picked up a vital three points at fellow strugglers Burnley in midweek but could find themselves overwhelmed by one of the Championship's form teams.
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