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Here is McBookie's Damian Walker with his thoughts for this weekend.
Damian writes: “Robbie Neilson has definitely made a difference at Dundee United and they are finally looking like the team that many thought they could be. They are only seven points behind and will still fancy their chances of putting up a title challenge.
“Pavol Safranko has made a good impact at the club with five goals and is already a fans' favourite. He looks a good bet to get the first goal against QoS at 9-2.
“Jim Duffy has only been in the job for one game but the Sons looks a cracking bet to beat Montrose at 6-4. They were one of the title favourites and showed what they were capable of by hammering East Fife last weekend.
“A similar performance should be enough to pick up three points. Callum Gallagher is always a threat in front of goal and sometimes takes the penalties so looks good value at 15-2 to net first.
“Finally, it is two wins in a row for Cowdenbeath so I am surprised to see them outsiders at home to Elgin. The two teams did play each other a couple of weeks ago when Elgin ran out 3-1 winners but we know the Highland side are a different beast away from home.
“David Cox is capable of playing at a higher level and has scored twice in his last three games. He is 6-1 to score first.”
Can you find a winner!”
- Safranko (Dundee Utd) 9-2
- Gallagher (Dumbarton) 15-2
- Cox (Cowdenbeath) 6-1