DUNDEE UNITED can add to the misery surrounding Hamilton Accies at Tannadice this weekend.
Micky Mellon's side are far from the most entertaining to watch. In fact, four of their last five games have finished scoreless.
But Accies are so bad at the moment that any side being offered at 4-6 at home to beat Brian Rice's side can't be passed up.
An 8-0 hammering at Ibrox last week was followed by a horror show defeat at Stranraer. As reactions go, it wasn't the best.
They've lost four games in a row and although they often score, defensively they seem to be so much in disarray that even misfiring United will fancy their chances of scoring a few.
Lawrence Shankland has netted just twice this season in eight games but the Scotland striker won't get a better chance to increase his tally.
Montrose look a decent price at 17-10 to take advantage of a Clyde side struggling for results at the moment.
The Links Park side are well organised and continue to punch above their weight in League One this season and they've won their last two games in the league. Stewart Petrie's men should have no fears going to Broadwood.
Clyde must be uneasy favorites at 6-5 given their recent run of form. Danny Lennon's Bully Wee have lost their last five games in all competitions, have scored just one goal in the league this season and appear to lack confidence.
A feared striker at this level, David Goodwillie is on a six-game goal drought and when his goals dry up the Cumbernauld side seem to struggle.
Stenhousemuir may have lost four goals in each of their last two games but that can be shrugged off because it was the League Cup they were playing in against higher opposition with a weakened team.
They can get back to business in League Two with a home win over Annan. Stenny are going well in the league and put down a marker when they defeated Edinburgh City at Ochilview.
Annan blow hot or cold but lost their last two league games to Stirling Albion and Albion Rovers. With Greig Spence in the team Stenny should always have goals in them. They've been backed all week and can get another win.