I COULD have started with Ayr v Killie in the League Cup semi-final – but I'll leave it out because I know you guys don't like me including the early one.
There should be goals in that Ayrshire derby at Hampden and I reckon it will be a cracking contest.
Anyway, my line starts with Hamilton v Raith Rovers in the Scottish First Division. Both sides had decent 2-2 draws last week and the two previous meetings this season have been 2-2 and 3-2 Hamilton.
Stay in the First Division and go for Queen of the South v Morton. The sides have a bit of history and their games always seem to produce goals.
There have have been nine in the two clashes this season and both teams have scored in seven of the last eight meetings between the sides. Queens drew 2-2 at Livi last week and Morton will be raring to go after their match at Ross County was called off.
Now it's down to Division Two and Brechin v Arbroath. We were right to say Arbroath would get back on track last week after the distraction of their Scottish Cup tie against Rangers.
With temporary signing Collin Samuel on board they hammered Albion Rovers 6-1 and will be looking to hit the goal trail again at Glebe Park.
Both sides scored in the earlier two meetings this season and Brechin's failure to net at Dumbarton last week was their first blank in seven games.
Two form sides meet at Station Park as Dumbarton visit Forfar. The Son have won their last three games with last-minute goals and should hit the target again.
Forfar are unbeaten in three, scoring six and beating leaders Cowdenbeath at home into the bargain. This should be a thriller with plenty of goals.
Complete the fivefold with a Third Division clash between Alloa and Montrose. Paul Hartley's Alloa have been steadily improving and last week's 4-0 win at Stranraer was sensational.
However, they are unlikely to get as easy against a Montrose side who have netted in their last six but conceded in five of them.
The two meetings this season saw both sides score and this should be a third with Alloa having netted 13 in five outings.
Hamilton v Raith Rovs
Queen of the South v Morton
Brechin v Arbroath
Forfar v Dumbarton
Alloa v Montrose
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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