THERE'S full card in the Scottish lower leagues today with the biggest game the Renfrewshire derby between Morton and Championship leaders St Mirren.
This usually provides goals with the last seven between the sides seeing both scoring and five out of seven have gone over 3.5 goals.
St Mirren have won their last four games to open up a five-point lead at the top but Morton are also in good shape with three wins out of four and earlier in the season drew 2-2 at the 2021 Stadium.
The Buddies are a best 13-8 at Marathonbet while both to score pays 8-11 with bet365.
Leaders Dundee United are a short price against basement boys Brechin with Stan James going a biggest 1-4. City have still to win a league game so this should be about how many the home men win by and United -1 pays 4-6 at Ladbrokes and is one for accumulators.
Inverness were relieved to beat Brechin 3-2 at the weekend and could face a tough test against a Livingston side who will be fresher after their match was postponed. Livi continue to surprise and are a decent price of 23-10 at McBookie.
Second-bottom Falkirk are showing signs of improvement after going three unbeaten. Their last four meetings at Dunfermline have saw both score and a repeat pays 10-13 at 188BET.
Queen of the South's last three have been high scoring with a 5-2 win at Dunfermline followed by 3-2 defeat at home to St Mirren and 3-2 loss at Falkirk.
Five of their last seven meetings with Dumbarton have gone over 2.5 goals and another pays 31-40 at McBookie.
It could be a day for goals in League One. The Lanarkshire derby between Albion Rovers and Airdrie promises plenty as does Alloa against revitalised Queen's Park.
Bottom of the table Forfar stunned leaders Ayr by coming back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Somerset on Saturday and that will boost confidence for their meeting with Arbroath. Both should score at Station Park and that pays 4-6 at bet365.
Ayr have suffered two defeats running and face a tricky test at Stranraer and again I like both to score at 8-13 with bet365 while second-placed Raith should win at East Fife at a best evens with William Hill. They have reacted well to crashing out of the Scottish Cup to Peterhead by winning four and drawing one of their last five.
In League Two second-placed Peterhead stunned leaders Montrose with a 6-2 win at Links Park at the weekend and both should win on Tuesday.
Peterhead are at home to Elgin and Montrose entertain last-placed Cowdenbeath. The double pays 6-5 at McBookie.
- Morton v St Mirren btts
- Dundee United -1
- Peterhead/Montrose double