FIFE fliers Raith and Dunfermline are determined to prove the Championship race isn't a one-horse one.
Hearts have been tipped to run away with the league and have started with two wins but trail third on goal difference.
And with the Jambos not in action this weekend due to last season's run to the Scottish Cup semis the Fife rivals have a chance to move clear.
Raith have the hardest game at Dundee but the way they've started with thumping wins against Arbroath and Queen of the South suggests they can get something at Dens Park.
John McGlynn's men are 12-5 at McBookie and that will tempt many while Raith are 5-4 draw no bet.
Dundee bounced back well from their 6-2 thrashing by Hearts to edge out Morton 1-0 but they are 21-20 to pick up the points.
Dunfermline have won their last five game in all competitions and convincingly saw off Queen of the South and Inverness in their opening two.
The Pars have netted 10 goals in three games and are 8-13 with McBookie at home to QoS.
For the more ambitious consider Dunfermline -1 to land for the fourth game in a row at 7-4 with McBookie.
Kevin O'Hara hit a hat-trick at Alloa last week and is 4-1 to break the deadlock.
Cove Rangers v Partick Thistle in the league would have been unthinkable a few years ago but here we have it in League One – with the League Two champs 17-20 favourites with McBookie.
You can see why as they're the only team with a 100 per cent record against a side with one win and one loss.
Five of Cove's last six have brought up both to score so that has a decent chance at 4-7 with McBookie.
Elgin are setting the pace in League Two and there should be goals when they entertain Edinburgh City. There have been 15 in the sides' four league games so back over 2.5 goals at
- Raith draw no bet
- (5-4, McBookie)