IT'S hotting up at the top of the Scottish Championship and the top four meet tonight.
Leaders Ross County aim to move eight clear of second-placed Ayr with a game in hand while Dundee United will be hoping for a draw in Dingwall as they welcome Inverness to Tannadice.
County will be boosted by Saturday's amazing comeback to win 4-2 at Partick Thistle from 2-0 down at HT and I'm backing them to beat an Ayr side with just two wins in 11.
Despite reaching the Irn-Bru Cup Final and exiting the Scottish Cup last week on pens County show no signs of tiring and are evens at McBookie to take the points.
United's three-match winning run was ended with a point at a rejuvenated Falkirk and they'll see tonight as a massive game against Inverness ahead of the clubs' Scottish Cup quarter-final back at Tannadice on Sunday.
Robbie Neilson's United have been on the up since signing 11 players in January and look nailed on for the play-offs while ICT face a fight with Dunfermline and possibly QoS for fourth spot.
Dunfermline also face a big game against a Partick Thistle side back at the foot and battling Falkirk and Alloa to avoid the straight drop.
The Pars have just beaten Ayr and Inverness without conceding so again take them draw no bet at 4-9 at McBookie.
In League One Arbroath have just about sealed the title and are 16 points clear of Raith who will be tested at a Dumbarton side unbeaten in four.
Back Arbroath at 5-6 with McBookie at East Fife and go for both to score 4-6 with McBookie at The Rock. Former Motherwell winger Don Thomas was hailed “too good for this level” by East Fife boss Darren Young after netting a hat-trick against then on Saturday so back him to score again when prices are up.
Peterhead can go top in League Two by beating Cowdenbeath. They are OK on accas at 1-2 with McBookie and I'm on Rory McAllister to score – again prices should be available today.
- Ross County
- Dunfermline/Dundee Utd dnb double
- Dumbarton v Raith btts
- Thomas (Dumbarton) to score
- McAllister (Peterhead) to score