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Here is McBookie's Damian Walker with his thoughts for this weekend:
Damian writes: “Stephen Dobbie kept up his tremendous scoring record this season and provided this column with another nice winner last weekend.
“But I’m starting this week in League One where I still don’t think bookies have cottoned on to the fact Stenhousemuir are looking like the worst team in the division.
“Stenny have lost six of their seven matches and failed to score in four of those games. On Saturday they travel to face East Fife, who have won their last four matches, including a Challenge Cup win over Partick Thistle of the Championship.
“The Fifers also kept two clean sheets during those four wins and conceded just twice in all. I was surprised to see East Fife odds against for this game and fully expect them to win to nil as well.
“The last couple of seasons Hearts seem to be doing well sending their young players out on loan to get match experience. One such loan recruit is Rory Currie who joined East Fife this season and has finally started to click with three goals in his last three games.
“Two of those goals were the winners against Airdrie and Partick Thistle and Currie’s confidence must now be sky high and Hearts will be very happy too. McBookie make him 7-1 to score the opening goal which looks very decent.
“Dropping down a division and Annan entertain Peterhead on Saturday with just three points separating the two sides. Yet the home side can be backed at 3-1 against title favourites Peterhead.
“In recent games the Galabankies have gone down by a single goal to Edinburgh City and Clyde and bearing in mind Peterhead scraped home by a single goal at home to Berwick last weekend the 3-1 looks miles too big,
“Annan striker Tommy Muir has five goals from his 12 appearances since joining on a free transfer from Dalbeattie Star and McBookie make him 13-2 to open the scoring on Saturday.
“Although Dobbie was a winner for this column last weekend as it turned out Queen of the South, who twice went ahead away to Partick Thistle, actually lost the game 3-2.
“So I was quite surprised to see the Jags chalked up at a massive 13-5 to win away to Dunfermline on Friday evening.
“After winning their first five games of the season, albeit four of them against lower-league opposition in the League Cup, the Pars have been in stinking form and lost three and drawn two of their next five Championship games.
“Partick Thistle just have to be backed and that is the reason why I have included a Friday evening game among this weekend’s selections as the price is too good to be missed.
“Blair Spittal has three goals in his last two games for Thistle and is a staggering 14-1 with McBookie to score first.
Can you find a winner!”
- Currie (East Fife) 7-1
- Spittall (Partick Th) 14-1
- Muir (Annan) 13-2