WE'VE got almost a full league programme in Scotland to choose from with a couple of Scottish Cup replays thrown in.
I'm starting my line in the SPL with an intriguing one, Hearts v Inverness. The Highlanders look nicely priced at a biggest 7-2 at Ladbrokes and Coral and they should certainly be backed to score after hitting six on their last away trip to Kilmarnock.
That finished 6-3 and I can see another high scorer between two teams with a lot to prove.
ICT boss Terry Butcher insists his side are in a false position at the foot of the table and with only five points separating the bottom six he's right to still be targeting a top-half finish.
Hearts are up for sale and all players' futures in the air after owner Vladimir Romanov announced cost-cutting measures. So the players will want to catch the eyer but will their hearts really be in Hearts?
The Jambos might end up losing this one but usually score at home.
Next I'm looking at Dundee v Falkirk which isn't quite the promotion battle people predicted at the start of the season.
Dundee have won just once at home and Falkirk just once away so it has the look of a draw. But it should be a scoring one with Dee hitting eight in their last five and the Bairns blasting 12 in six but conceding 10 at the same time.
Next up it's Airdrie v Arbroath. You're getting value for money at New Broomfield these days with 19 in the last two games while the Diamonds' last four have totalled 32 – an amazing average of eight a game.
They included an 11-0 Scottish Cup win over Gala Fairydean and a 4-4 draw against Forfar while they lost 7-2 at Albion Rovers.
The fact Airdrie have conceded 11 in their last two league matches suggests Arbroath could have a field day. It will certainly be a surprise if both teams don't score.
Take a second game in Division Two between Stenhousemuir and Albion Rovers. Stenny have won their last two home games 4-0 but will struggle to keep out a Rovers side who have netted 13 goals in three league games.
Finally add the Scottish Cup replay between Forfar and Stranraer. It was 1-1 when they met last week and both drew their previous match 4-4.
Both teams to score
Hearts v Inverness
Dundee v Falkirk
Airdrie v Arbroath
Stenhousemuir v Albion Rovers
Forfar v Stranraer
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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