I'll be focusing on the Scottish games as Clyde host Annan in the League One play off-final. It's advantage Annan as they travel to Broadwood with a narrow 1-0 lead to protect having edged out the Bully Wee in the first leg.
Clyde vs Annan (3pm)
It could have been so different for Clyde had David Goodwillie not missed a first-half penalty at 0-0. That miss proved costly as they ended up going down 1-0 at an Annan side who have ended the season in terrific shape.
Clyde will be delighted to have the second leg at home having turned Broadwood into a fortress this season. They've won 10 of their last 11 home games and have scored 14 goal in their last four here.
Manager Danny Lennon can feel a bit aggrieved they didn't go up at champions having been deducted four points for playing an ineligible player earlier in that season. Thankfully for football's integrity that deduction didn't cost them the league but it can't have helped.
Clyde have a terrific record at home against Annan – they are unbeaten in the last 10 meetings, winning eight and drawing two. That coupled with the fact Clyde finished the league eight points better off than Annan and Annan's record away against the league's top sides is played six, won one, you have to fancy Clyde to edge this.
Goodwillie has scored in his last four games at Broadwood and will be a strong fancy to net again to add to his 22 goals this season for Clyde.
- Clyde to win
- (5-6, bet365) (NAP)
Scottish Premier League
- Dundee vs St Mirren (12.30pm)
- Hamilton vs St Johnstone (12.30pm)
It's a huge afternoon for St Mirren and Hamilton as they look to avoid a relegation play-off with Dundee United.
The Accies have a one-point lead going into today's final game of the season and know they must equal St Mirren's result to secure safety for another season.
St Mirren head to Dens knowing they must win and that should bode well for goals against an already relegated Dundee side.
St Johnstone are head and shoulders above Hamilton and that is evident by the fact the Perth side are 22 points better off. St Johnstone may not have anything to play for but outside Celtic they probably have the best post-split record over the last 5 or 6 seasons. Should see goals at both matches.
- Over 1.5 goals double
- 91/100 (Mararthonbet) Wins
- Over 2.5 goals double
- 3/1 (Bet365) Loses