STENHOUSEMUIR could spoil the return of one of Scottish football's most colourful characters this weekend with a win at East Fife.
The Methil side appointed veteran boss Dick Campbell to take charge this week after the 70-year-old left Arbroath earlier this season.
It's doubtless a good appointment given the wealth of experience he has in the Scottish game, but he's up against it in his first game against the runaway League Two leaders.
Stenny went on a remarkable run of 12 wins in a row to effectively guarantee the title – Gary Naysmith's men are an impressive 15 points clear at the top.
Their run ended at Peterhead in their penultimate game, but they soon got straight back on the wagon with a win against Dumbarton last week.
East Fife lost their last two games to Spartans and Elgin City and are in danger of getting dragged into a relegation play-off dogfight.
And Stenny looks a solid bet at 17/20.
There's only one Championship game but QUEEN'S PARK are crying out to be backed at a chunky 19/10 to win at a Dunfermline side who appear to be in freefall.
The Pars' 5-0 hammering at home last week by Morton was the culmination of a horror run of form where they haven't won a game since the start of December.
They have been bedevilled by injuries and have collected just three points out of a possible 21 and have lost three of their last four games at East End Park.
In contrast, Queen's Park have turned it around under new management after Callum Davidson took charge and have now won three games out of four, including wins at Inverness last week and at title challengers Raith Rovers.
Their revival started last month when they beat Dunfermline at Hampden and they are improving. They look value to win in Fife.
FORFAR ATHLETIC look an attractive long shot to win at Dumbarton at a big 10/3.
Ray McKinnon's side have been disappointing this season, but they have improved recently and were really unlucky to lose to Hibs in the Scottish Cup.
They beat Spartans last week and have only lost one of their last six league games…to champions-elect Stenhousemuir.
Dumbarton are on a poor run of one win in their last nine games in all competitions and the improving Loons are worth a go here.
QUEEN'S PARK 19/10
FORFAR ATHLETIC 10/3