THE Inverness express keeps gathering speed in the Championship and they will be confident of blasting their way past Dunfermline at East End Park today.
Most people thought the Pars would be challenging Kilmarnock for the title instead of Caley Thistle before a ball was kicked.
But it’s Billy Dodds’ men who are flying at the top of the table while Dunfermline sit bottom of the pile.
I made the mistake of backing Peter Grant’s side again at Ayr last weekend as they crashed against a team that had just lost their manager.
The Pars look like a team in disarray and Inverness are decent value at 11/10 with McBookie for a win in Fife.
Going for goals salvaged something from Dunfermline’s loss at Ayr for me last week.
Over 2.5 strikes have come up in nine of the 10 games involving Grant’s side this term. So I’m going for it again here at evens with Mansionbet.
There’s a big game at the top of the table as Killie travel to Firhill to take on Partick Thistle.
Tommy Wright’s men sit just three points off the top and their only dropped points came in a 1-0 loss to leaders Inverness.
But the Jags have started well too, with nine points from five games, so this should be a close game.
A one-goal winning margin for either side could pay off but I could only find prices for either team.
Backing Killie to edge it pays 3/1 at Bet365 while the same bet pays 4/1 for a Partick Thistle victory.
Caretaker Ayr boss Jim Duffy got off to a great start by beating Dunfermline then followed it up with a win over Rangers’ B team in the Challenge Cup.
The Honest Men now face a Hamilton side still on a downer after relegation and it’s a game that promises a few goals.
Over 2.5 strikes have come up in six of Accies’ games this season, including their last three matches.
Arbroath won 4-0 against Hamilton last week to soar up to third in the table.
Dick Campbell’s men now head to Queen of the South and I fancy over 2.5 goals at 11/3 with SBK.
Morton face Raith in the other Championship game and I fancy Robbie Muirhead for a goal at 7/4 with McBookie.
In League One, I’m going to double a win for leaders Queen’s Park at Clyde with a victory for Falkirk at home to Dumbarton. That pays 165/100 at McBookie.
League Two leaders Kelty dropped points at home to Elgin last week but should rebound at Albion Rovers.
Kallum Higginbotham is 13/8 at McBookie to grab his fourth goal this term.
- Deadly double: Queen’s Park and Falkirk (165/100, McBookie).