FOUR of the top five in the Scottish Championship are in action on Tuesday and all could win.
Ayr, Queen of the South and Inverness are all at home while leaders Ross County travel to basement boys Falkirk.
The fourfold pays a temping 8-1 at McBookie because Queens and ICT are priced better than expected.
County are the shortest odds at Ray McKinnon's Falkirk who have lost three in a row without scoring.
The Dingwall men's confidence will be sky high after mauling Morton 5-0 and they are 1-2 at Betfred to make it five wins in a row and it could be to nil.
Billy Mckay hit a hat-trick at the weekend and is 7-2 at McBookie to break the deadlock.
Inverness are unbeaten this season but too many draws (7) mean they are seven points off the top.
John Robertson knows his men need to turn draws into wins and they look big at home to a Dunfermline side well beaten by Dundee United at the weekend.
Ayr bounced back from defeat at County to win at Partick and are 8-13 with McBookie at home to Alloa. Looking for a first scorer here and the man to back is Ayr's leading marksman Lawrence Shankland at 11-4 with Paddy Power.
Queen of the South managed to beat Falkirk without Stephen Dobbie scoring – in fact the talisman missed a penalty.
The Dumfries men should take care of a Morton side licking their wounds after their weekend collapse and Queens are 37-40 at McBookie.
- Ross Co/Ayr/Inverness +1 treble
- Ross Co to win to nil
- Mckay to score first
- Shankland to score first
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