ELGIN CITY can get the better of Albion Rovers at Borough Briggs this week in a League Two clash.

Gavin Price's are unbeaten in their last four games and have won two out of three. That solitary defeat came away at in-form Annan Athletic and they haven't lost at home in the league since the start of October.

A disappointing Scottish Cup exit to Clydebank appears to have been the turning point for Elgin, who have brought in a couple of Aberdeen kids on loan too.

Albion Rovers are a young side and they offered next to nothing in an attacking sense last week in a tame defeat to Stenhousemuir.

The Coatbridge side have won just one of their last eight games and it could be a long trip to Moray for the Wee Rovers, with Elgin looking solid at 23/20.

QUEEN'S PARK can get back to winning ways at Alloa at 13/10.

The hugely ambitious former amateurs binned Laurie Ellis last month which seemed slightly premature since they are still in the League One play-off spots.

But it's a sign of their urgency to progress up the leagues and they have appointed former Hibs No.2 John Potter as caretaker boss.

The Spiders are on a disappointing run at the moment, with their only recent bright spot being a 6-0 thumping of Falkirk back at the start of last month.

However, Alloa have problems of their own with fans grumbling over the impact of manager Barry Ferguson. They've not won in the league since the end of October and they've collected just two points out of a possible 18 in their last six league games.

And Potter will hope to boost his chances of landing the job on a permanent basis with a win in Clackmannanshire,

RAITH ROVERS can hand Championship shock troops Arbroath another dose of disappointment after last week's surprise defeat at Ayr United.

This will be the Gayfield side's first match without impressive loan stars Joel Nouble and Anton Dowds and that's bound to weaken Dick Campbell's team.

A trip to Stark's Park is never an easy place to go anyway and that makes it far tougher. Rovers have recovered from a sticky patch of their own and were minutes away from winning in Inverness last week.

They have course and distance in being at the business end of the table in the second half of the season as they showed last term and can triumph at 7/5.

Scottish Tips


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