DUNDEE UNITED could have been 14 points off the title pace on Tuesday – today they should close the gap to five points.
What a difference a goal makes – in this case Calum Butcher's strike that downed leaders Ross County to trim their lead to eight points.
United, still without hitman Pavol Safranko who is with Slovakia, should take full advantage when Alloa visit.
Robbie Neilson's men are 2-5 with McBookie and that's fine on accas. Alloa may be bottom but they'll put up a fight.
The sides have met five times this season and all have seen both to score – as have the last four meetings at Tannadice.
Both to score pays evens at bet365 while United and both to score is 6-4 at 188BET.
In League One it looks the top four positions are settled with Dumbarton's charge coming just too late.
Arbroath need two or three wins to clinch the title and should get the first at Stranraer who are fighting to stay clear of the bottom two. The Red Lichties are 4-6 at William Hill.
If you are looking for a big-priced winner it could be Dumbarton at 10-3 with Unibet. The Sons are unbeaten in seven in league one and have netted 2+ in six of those including a 2-2 home draw with today's hosts Raith.
Rovers' title hope are over and they lost at Forfar last week so Dumbarton will feel they have a chance. Take less risk with the Sons draw no bet at 12-5 with Unibet or to score 2+ at 15-8.
Forfar are up to second after four wins and a draw in six and tempt at 7-4 with Marathonbet at Airdrie.
Peterhead missed a chance to storm eight points clear of Edinburgh in midweek when they were stunned at Berwick.
Now the top two meet with City 15-8 at Marathonbet to reduce the gap to just two points. The Blue Toon badly missed top scorer and talisman Rory McAllister at Shielfield and I'll be going against the visitors if he's again missing.
In League One in reality six clubs are fighting for the final play-off spot held by Doncaster. While they have a tough trip to Luton today the side one point below them, Coventry, could take advantage with a home win against Oxford.
The Sky Blues are unbeaten in six – with five wins in seven –and are as big as 7-5 with Marathonbet.
Barnsley’s promotion bid has stalled with two 0-0 draws but they should win at Walsall in the early game at 3-4 (Coral).
In League Two there’s a scramble for automatic promotion and I like two sides who are involved today – MK Dons and Mansfield. The Dons host Yeovil who have lost their last six away.
Mansfield have won five and drawn one of their last six at home and are 21-20 with McBookie at home to Crewe.
Crawley were hammered 6-1 by Crewe last week and now face leaders Lincoln who are evens at Ladbrokes.
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