Wednesday, Caledonian Stadium, 7.45pm
FIRSTLY, thanks to everyone who commented on my debut post last weekend. I've taken over the SFL treble and started with an 11-1 winner.
My teams were Ross County, Alloa and East Fife. It was going to be County, Alloa and Stranraer but have to give Mr Fixit some credit for steering me towards the Fifers who have made a good start under new boss Gordon Durie.
I was also on Mr Fixit's Bonkers Bet last night and he should enter himself into his Daily Record Line of the Week contest after two 90th-minute goals brought up his 10-1 prediction of Spurs 3, Bolton 1.
Right, that's enough bumming up the boss. He says I'm under pressure to produce the goods after my super start but he's not given me an easy task of predicting the result at Inverness tonight.
Terry Butcher's men are 11 points clear of bottom spot after Saturday's win at Aberdeen and that's safety as far as I'm concerned with Dunfermline and Hibs fighting to stay up.
St Johnstone also won at the weekend, 2-1 at home to Hearts, and Steve Lomas is eyeing up a European place.
Saints have won seven on the road and ICT just four at home and I'm going for the away win, although I don't think there will be much in it.
Fran Sandaza is back in the goals and will be lifted by his penalty winner against Hearts. Try him for first goal at 11-2 with BetVictor.
ICT's matchwinner at Pittodrie was Gregory Tade and he is 7-1 at Skybet and William Hill to blast the deadlock-breaker.
The last three meetings between the sides have been under 2.5 goals and this could be another slow burner. Consider first goal at over 31 minutes at 23-10 with William Hill.
Sandaza to score
First goal time over 31mins
(23-10, William Hill)