MORTON climbed off the bottom of the Championship in midweek with a fine win over Duncan Ferguson's Caley Thistle.
And they can get the better of struggling Queen's Park in Greenock.
The former amateurs finally punted hapless Dutchman Robin Veldman after a 4-1 Hampden humbling from the same Inverness side who lost at Cappielow this week.
Dougie Imrie's side have blown hot and cold this season, but they are probably better than their league position suggests and they are in a bit of a false position with plenty of one-goal defeats.
And have now won three in a row after wins over Arbroath in the league and Bo'ness United in the Scottish Cup and can make it four at 11/10 against a Spiders side who haven't won a league game since August.
KELTY HEARTS are a team who have gone under the radar somewhat this season, but they are going along nicely and can beat Montrose at evens.
The Fifers narrowly lost at Falkirk last week and with the Bairns and Hamilton Accies battling it out for the title, that's no disgrace.
What was impressive was the previous week where they went to New Douglas Park and dismantled Hamilton in the Scottish Cup in a 2-0 surprise win.
They also won at Queen of the South easily the week before that – the same team that went to Montrose last week and hammered them at Links Park.
Kelty have lost just one game in six and that was to in-form Cove Rangers a few weeks ago.
That 4-1 defeat last week was a shocker for Montrose and they will find it tough at New Central Park.
ST MIRREN are so much better at home than on their travels and they can pile on the misery for Motherwell at a very backable 20/21.
The Saints had been going through something of a slump after three defeats in a row, but those were all away from Paisley and they bounced back with a comfortable 2-0 win over Ross County.
They have beaten County, Livingston and St Johnstone at home recently without conceding and Motherwell are very much around that level.
Manager Stuart Kettlewell is under serious pressure having not guided his team to a win since the start of September.
They have drawn three of their last four games, but are poor travellers and Saints can consolidate their third place in the table.
- MORTON 11/10
- KELTY HEARTS evens
- ST MIRREN 20/21