WHILE Ross County have been toasting success with Irn-Bru title rivals Dundee United are eyeing up the bubbly.
A week ago County went to Tannadice with a chance to storm 14 points clear and wrap up the Championship title.
United's 1-0 victory reduced the gap to eight and it's five now after they took advantage of County's Challenge Cup Final appointment with Connah's Quay to beat Alloa.
Tonight it could be down to two – albeit with two more games played – if Robbie Neilson's men win at Dunfermline.
For neutrals a United victory would set up a thrilling end to the season but they head to Fife as 2-1 underdogs with McBookie.
That's because the Pars – a best 6-4 at Betfred – have won five in a row to close in on a play-off fight with Ayr and Inverness. Victory tonight will lift them above Ayr and into the mix.
So both sides have loads to play for and it could be a draw at 5-2 with bet365. United draw no bet is 11-10 with McBookie. That would be a better result for the Pars who have another massive game on Friday at home to Ayr.
I'd like to tip goals but six out of seven meetings at East End have gone under 2.5 including the previous four. Unders pays 3-5 at McBookie.
Inverness tackle Alloa and this should be a home win at 1-2 with McBookie. John Robertson's side haven't beaten the Wasps this season – two draws and a defeat – so will be determined to put that right.
The Highlanders have won three in a row and face a side with seven defeats out of eight – although they gave Dundee United a decent game at the weekend before going down 2-1.
Tom Walsh netted a peach of a winner against Partick last week and will be confident of striking first at 5-1 with McBookie.
- Dunfermline v Dundee Utd draw
- (5-2, bet365)
- United draw no bet
- (11-10, McBookie)
- (1-2, McBookie)
- Walsh to score first
- (5-1, McBookie)