AIRDRIE have been in excellent form recently and they look far too big at 2/1 to win at an injury-depleted Dunfermline side on Saturday.
The Diamonds have been something of a surprise package this season in the Championship and the promoted side are currently in the play-off positions, which would be an impressive achievement if they were to stay there.
They showed what they are capable of last week with a shock, but deserved 1-0 home win over leaders Raith Rovers. It was their third league win in a row after winning at Queen's Park and beating Caley Thistle.
And they face a Pars side who have been ravaged by injuries this season with captain Kyle Benedictus the latest to suffer a setback on Friday's defeat at Hampden to Queen's Park. Aaron
Comrie and Alex Jakubiak also went off injured as they slumped to a dismal defeat.
They have had to play a makeshift central defensive partnership recently and the wheels have come off James McPake's side hopes of going up.
The Pars have collected two points from a possible 15 and they were against struggling Arbroath and Ayr United.
And Airdrie looks a great price to add to the gloom in Fife.
In a tough-looking card, STENHOUSEMUIR can win again in the battle of the form teams in League Two.
The capital side have enjoyed an excellent first campaign in the Scottish League and are very well-placed for a play-off spot after four league wins in a row where they haven't conceded a goal.
They also knocked out Championship side Arbroath from the Scottish Cup.
But that's nothing compared with the Stenny juggernaut which chalked up their tenth win in a row last week against Forfar Athletic.
Gary Naysmith's side were embarrassed at home by Brora Rangers in the Scottish Cup and have responded in considerable style.
They have already beaten Spartans home and away this season and can do it again at 6/4.
DUMBARTON beat Bonnyrigg Rose 4-0 at home in November and can win at 11/8 in East Lothian on Saturday.
The Sons somehow conceded three late goals to go down at Peterhead in midweek but previously they had been in good form.
Rose have won just one of their last five games and lost to bottom-placed Clyde last week.
Dumbarton can go 11 points clear of them in the play-off spots with a win.