I SAID I would leave Airdrie out when they let me down on this line but they're back in favour.
They netted the goal last week that brought up the fivefold – and for good measure went on to score two in the last five minutes in a 6-2 Scottish Cup defeat at home to Dundee United.
Now they travel to Second Division leaders Cowdenbeath who also netted two against SPL opposition last week, losing 3-2 at Hibs.
Airdrie, in the shape of 23-goal striker Ryan Donnelly, boast Scottish football's top marksman and he'll be desperate to get on the scoresheet as clubs start to eye him up in the transfer window.
Both teams have netted eight in their last four games so does that point to a 2-2 draw? Maybe, but I'm sure both teams will score.
Next I'm on Berwick v Montrose in the Third Division. Their last two meetings have been 2-2 and 3-3 and three of Berwick's last four have finished 2-2.
Stranraer have climbed to the top of the table with eight wins in nine and have banged in 18 goals in their last six. But they've also conceded in their last four so look at both to score.
Next look at Dumbarton v Brechin which kicks off at the slightly earlier time of 1.30pm. I watched Dumbarton beat Arbroath 3-2 a couple of weeks ago and they were a threat.
But equally the looked dodgy at the back so Brechin could take advantage. Both sides have scored in three of their last four and will hopefully to so again.
Next it's Dundee v Livingston in Division One. Dundee are on a decent run but have conceded in five of their last six.
Livingston have netted in their last five and I can see them scoring in a defeat.
Finally, it's up to the SPL where three games – Aberdeen v Killie, Motherwell v Inverness and Celtic v Dundee Utd have traditionally produced goals.
If I had to pick one it would be Aberdeen v Killie. The Dons have netted in six of their last seven and it was 2-2 when the sides previously played at Pittodrie.
Killie have injury problems but have strengthened with a couple of loan signings. They have also scored in six of their last seven so hopefully the trend continues.
Both teams to score
Cowdenbeath v Airdrie
Berwick v Montrose
Dumbarton v Brechin
Dundee v Livingston
Aberdeen v Kilmarnock
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