WHILE some focus on friendly internationals there may be better opportunities on the seven Scottish league games.
It's just a matter of time before St Mirren wrap up the Championship title and should move three points closer by beating Irn-Cup Final losers Dumbarton at home tonight.
The Sons beat 10-man Saints in Paisley earlier in the season but I don't see a repeat. Saints had the weekend off and have a full-strength squad available. At 9-20 at McBookie that's fine for accumulators.
The other Championship game is tougher to call as Inverness take on Dundee United. ICT will have been celebrating after their cup win and face a side whose players are saying they'll be relieved to go on the road after playing in a toxic atmosphere at Tannadice where fans are in a fury at the club's downfall.
Home form has been terrible but United won on their last away trip to QoS and are 17-10 with Unibet in the Highlands.
Raith are chasing Ayr in League One and must beat East Fife tonight. Their home form has been exceptional with 12 wins in 14 so add them at 4-7 with McBookie.
In League Two Clyde are the in-form side having lost just two in 11 and Danny Lennon has edged them to within two points of Stenny in the play-off race but having played two more games.
Tonight's trip to Cowdenbeath is a must-win but the basement boys are four unbeaten and showing massive improvement over the past few weeks.
Clyde should win at evens with McBookie but on my Top Treble I'm taking them draw no bet at 1-2 with McBookie. David Goodwillie has been in brilliant scoring form and is 3-1 at McBookie to score first.
- St Mirren/Raith double
- Goodwillie to score