DUNDEE UNITED made us plenty of money last night as they kicked off the Scottish Cup fourth round with a 5-2 win against Dundee United.
Some of winnings are targeted at today's tie – although it's difficult to spot a shock.
However, stealing a line from Tam Cowan in today's Record, he can see Rangers winning at Falkirk!
Albion Rovers have moved their tie with local rivals Motherwell to Hamilton and that should play into the hands of the Premiership side even if it's on plastic.
Well can be confidently places on accumulators at 2-9 and again be backed minus one at 2-5 with McBookie.
Inverness started life without Terry Butcher by beating St Johnstone and should carry on with victory over Morton. The Greenock men won at Celtic in the League Cup but it's been downhill all the way with boss Allan Moore being sacked after last week's 5-1 crushing at home to Livingston.
ICT are tempting at 4-11 and I'll be on Billy McKay to score first at 3-1 at Coral.
St Johnstone are at home to on-form Livingston and are just 4-9 with Coral. An ICT/St Johnstone double will tempt the big hitters. Stevie May has to be considered at 4-1 at Coral to break the deadlock.
St Mirren head for Queen of the South hoping to avoid a banana skin. It was 0-0 at Palmerston when the sides met in the League Cup in August with the Buddies going through on penalties.
Danny Lennon's side have picked up recently and should be confident to go there and pick up a result. While it won't be easy Saints are worth a look at 21-20 with Coral.
Elsewhere away-day experts Dumbarton, with four wins on the road in the Championship, should take care of League Two Berwick. Bet365 go 4-6.
I also like goal-hungry Stranraer at League Two leaders Clyde. Stranraer have won their last four, scoring 14 goals, and are 11-10 (general) to shoot down a side who are likely to score but not enough.
I'll put up tips on tomorrow's games between Hearts and Celtic and Partick Thistle and Aberdeen. I tipped Dons at 11-8 on Wednesday but that price has gone.
ICT/St Johnstone double
McKay to score first
May to score first