WE'RE down to an average of 3.9 goals a games in the Scottish Second Division but it's still the place to focus on for this market.

The five matches still produced 15 goals and there should plenty when top-of-the-table Arbroath entertain Cowdenbeath at home.

Arbroath have netted 17 goals in winning their last five while Beath have rammed in 19 in six. If this ends 0-0 I'll go to the next Friday night game in Aberdeen. Yes, that is a punishment.

The Gayfield encounter is 2-5 with Skybet and Chandler to have goals from both teams.

Stirling's last six have produced 28 goals so they have contributed well to that average. They are at home to a Brechin outfit who ran Arbroath close last week before going down 3-2. This one pays 4-9 with William Hill and Paddy Power.

Going up the First Division I'm looking at Hamilton v Falkirk. Both sides are on the heels of leaders Morton and it's a difficult one to call.

Accies won 1-0 at Dundee last week and their last home clash was a 2-2 draw against Raith. Falkirk crashed 3-2 at Morton days after a memorable 3-2 win against Rangers in the League Cup. Both teams to score pays 8-13 at William Hill and Paddy Power.

Finally it's off to Division Three for Berwick v Annan. Both teams have scored in Berwick's last five while leaders Annan will go to Shielfield looking for a victory and have netted eight in their last three outings. Both to score pays 4-9 at Skybet.

Both teams to score

Arbroath v Cowdenbeath

Hamilton v Falkirk

Stirling v Brechin

Berwick v Annan


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