JUST when it looked like the Championship might be turning into a two-horse race, Inverness and Killie crashed to defeat on the same weekend.

That allowed the likes of Raith, Partick and surprise package Arbroath to close the gap and it will be interesting to see how the top two deal with the pressure today.

Kilmarnock have the tougher game away to a Dunfermline side who have tightened up in a bid to move off the bottom.

The Pars were a stick-on for BTTS and thrillers earlier in the campaign but just three goals have been scored in their last four matches.

BTTS has also failed to land in three of the last four for Killie in the league so betting against it could pay off today at 20/23 with BetVictor.

Under 2.5 goals should also land but it’s not great value at 4/6 (McBookie).

Callum Hendry has made a flying start for Killie with goals in his first two games and is a tempting 13/8 to net another today.

Caley Thistle bust plenty of coupons when they lost at Hamilton but recovered to beat Elgin 4-2 in the Challenge Cup last week.

After a run of six clean sheets in seven games, Billy Dodds’ men have conceded in their last three.

But I fancy them to shut out a Morton side who have struggled for goals and an ICT win to nil today pays 29/20 with McBookie.

Ton defender Lewis Strapp has two yellows to his name this term and is 7/2 at McBookie to pick up another card here.

Two Championship form sides clash as Raith host Arbroath and the home side appeal at 21/17 with SBK for a victory.

John McGlynn’s side have won three of the last four, drawing the other, and have lost just once at Stark’s Park all season.

Ayr’s clash with Queen of the South is a tough one to call as both teams have been inconsistent this term.

BTTS has failed to land in Ayr’s last four and in the last two games for Queens. So I’m betting against it here too at evens (BetVictor).

Cove have hit form in League One and look good value at 17/20 (McBookie) for a win at struggling East Fife.

Rory McAllister has smashed five in his last two games but is just 9/10 with McBookie to score today.

So I’m going to back strike partner Mitch Megginson instead at 11/10.

Falkirk’s clash with Airdrie is probably the game of the day in League One and I fancy the half-time draw at 13/10 (McBookie).

In League Two, I’m doubling a Forfar win with over 2.5 goals when they host Annan. That pays 9/5 with McBookie.

Super singles

Deadly double

  • Raith & Cove (328/100, SBK)

McBookie bet builder

  • Combining a Forfar win with over 2.5 goals and over 1.5 cards pays 206/100.
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