Scottish Football reporter Mark Walker is back with his three best bets in Scotland this weekend.
MONTROSE continue to fly under the radar in League One and they can make it three wins out of four by triumphing at East Fife.
Stewart Petrie's men would have boasted a 100 per cent league record had they not tossed away a two-goal lead at home to Clyde in between wins at Airdrie and at home to Peterhead.
They travel to Methil to face a Fife side who appear to be struggling this season. Their only win at all this campaign in eight games in all league and cup competitions came at New Bayview against St Johnstone colts.
Montrose have been largely ignored in what could be the most fascinating league in Scotland this season with focus on Falkirk, Cove Rangers and Queen's Park.
The Links Park side may yet have a say in the outcome of the title race so grab them when they are still well priced at 8/5.
PARTICK THISTLE have won both their games in the Championship and can make it three out of three with a victory at Arbroath.
Ian McCall is a specialist in this league and appears to have assembled a really decent squad with his latest additions of Jake Hastie on loan from Rangers and Tunji Akinola from West Ham.
The Jags dismantled Dunfermline 3-0 at East End Park last week – a result that should make the rest of the league sit up and take notice.
Arbroath took double cup winners St Johnstone to penalties last week in the League Cup, but have picked up just one point from two games in the league.
Everyone knows how tough it can be to get anything from Gayfield, but Thistle are good enough to get the win.
ANNAN ATHLETIC are another side who don't get a lot of plaudits and they look a good price to win in Coatbridge against Albion Rovers.
The Galabank side have chalked up two really impressive wins at Stranraer and at home to a fancied Stirling Albion side after using their League Cup section to experiment.
Chris Johnston and Iain Anderson are in fine scoring form and they face a Rovers side who were thumped at Elgin City last week.
Annan can get the job done at Cliftonhill.