COVE are enjoying life in League One and testing their wits against sides such as Partick Thistle who don't fancy being in the third tier.

Next up for the leaders is a visit to a Falkirk side who've spent more seasons in the top flight than three leagues under.

Cove's 100 per cent record remains intact after four games and they look a little big at 19-10 with William Hill.

Mitch Megginson has resumed where he left off last season with five goals and is 6-5 with McBookie to net and 9-2 to score first.

Falkirk are also unbeaten with two wins and two draws so while I'm tempted by Cove on an acca I'd advise Cove draw no bet at 23-20 with McBookie.

The Bairns have netted 2+ in five of their last six so over 2.5 match goals looks on at 4-6 with McBookie.

In the Championship Raith are attempting to return to the top of the table with victory at Inverness.

The Kirkcaldy men are a best 13-8 with McBookie but have lost on their last three trips to the Caledonian Stadium.

Inverness have lost just one of their last six – to Hearts – and netted in all six so best bet could be both to score at 8-13 with William Hill.

There should also be goals when Queen of the South entertain Alloa. Both sides have netted in Queens' last five and five of the Wasps' previous six.

On the h2h three of the last four have finished 2-3, 1-2 and 3-3 to try both to score at 4-5 with McBookie.

Top Treble

  • Inverness CT v Raith btts
  • QoS v Alloa btts
  • Cove draw no bet
  • (11-2, McBookie)

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