All games 3pm, Saturday
THE SFL has been a pretty good producer of goals this season with Division Two averaging the highest in Britain.
There have been an average of 4.1 goals a game while Division Three has produced a healthy 3.2 compared to the British average of around 2.5 to 2.7.
I'm starting the line with Queen of the South v promotion contenders Hamilton. This could well be a score draw at Palmerston which of course means both teams on target.
Queens have netted in five of their last six with Hamilton on target in all six but with only one clean sheet. Both teams to score pays 4-6 at Skybet and William Hill.
Next it's down to that goal glut of a Second Division and I'm hoping the trend continues this weekend.
Airdrie have leaked 10 goals in four games and Albion Rovers 14 in their last five. You can't expect defences to be on top when they meet at New Broomfield so look at both teams to score at 1-2 with William Hill and Paddy Power.
Another Second Division clash between Dumbarton and Arbroath is an interesting one. The Sons' last three games have featured six goals – a 5-1 defeat, 3-3 draw and 6-0 win at East Fife which was pretty remarkable.
Arbroath have netted 13 in their last four but conceded 12 in five so again there should be goals galore when they meet. This one pays 4-9 at Paddy Power.
Stirling were the side who dumped Dumbarton 5-1 and generally have been in decent scoring form. They have hit two in each of their two games since while opponents Stenhousemuir have netted in five of their last six. Both to score is a biggest 1-2 at William Hill and Paddy Power.
The prices are noticeably shorter than the English tips I've posted and this suggests bookies also expect goals.
My selections aren't worth perming but if you want to boost the odds consider adding the Third Division clash between Stranraer v Annan but I'll play my fourfold with a decent stake.
Both teams to score
Queen of South v Hamilton
Airdrie v Albion Rovers
Dumbarton v Arbroath
Stirling v Stenhousemuir