AIRDRIE helped us to a small profit on Wednesday with their score draw at Arbroath.
By fighting back from 2-0 down they prevented the home men from leapfrogging Cowdenbeath to move top of the Second Division.
Ironically, Beath are the visitors to Airdrie on Saturday and they won't be handing out any favours.
But having played so well against Arbroath I can see Airdrie, who tend to blow hot and cold, picking up a point in another score draw.
It was 5-1 to Cowdenbeath when the sides met at New Broomfield earlier in the season and they also both netted at Central Park.
But Beath haven't been as prolific in recent games, hitting 10 in five games and keeping two clean sheets in six.
Airdrie's last six have featured 21 goals and are definitely a side that likes to play on the front foot.
Next take a Second Division match that's finished 3-2 to the away side twice this season. Forfar and Stenhousemuir are the outfits concerned and Forfar's midweek match at home to East Fife was another 3-2 defeat.
There have been at least four goals in six of their last seven matches while Stenny have lost tough away games at Dumbarton and Brechin without scoring following an impressive 3-0 win at Airdrie.
But the arrival of experienced hitman, Dr Goals Kenny Deuchar from Livingston, should boost hopes of rediscovering their shooting boots.
I'm staying in the Second Division for Brechin v Dumbarton. It was 3-3 at Glebe Park in the first meeting this season then Brechin enjoyed a 3-0 cup success.
But Dumbarton will arrive in Angus on the back of eight wins in nine and looking for revenge. They have netted nine in their last three while Brechin have only failed to hit the target once in seven and have netted in 11 of 13 at home.
For my fourth pick I'm going down to the Third Division for Stranraer v Berwick. The last seven meetings have seen both score with a total of 29 goals.
The south of Scotland rivals have drawn 2-2 at Berwick this season and it was 2-1 to Stranraer at Stair Park at the start of the campaign.
Stranraer have netted 11 in five games with just one clean sheet and my one fear would be about Berwick's form. They haven't scored in their last two, both at home, but on their previous two trips they drew 2-2 at Queen's Park and East Stirling.
Complete the line with Ayr v Falkirk in the First Division. Ayr have started scoring at home, hitting three against Livingston and two in a 3-2 defeat against Ross County on Wednesday.
Keigan Parker was on target in both and the recent arrival of the much-travelled striker has galvanised the Ayr attack. So they'll be hoping to at least trouble the Falkirk defence when the title challengers hit Somerset.
Falkirk have scored in their last five, but only once have hit more than one and that was a 3-0 victory last time out against Queen of the South.
However, they trail County by three points at the top with two games more played so they've got to go all out for three points. The last league meeting at Somerset finished 2-2 and Ayr won 2-1 in the Scottish Cup last month.
Airdrie v Cowdenbeath
Forfar v Stenhousemuir
Brechin v Dumbarton
Stranraer v Berwick
Ayr v Falkirk
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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