Queen’s Park v Arbroath, Stirling v Dumbarton & Albion Rovers v Bonnyrigg


QUEEN’S PARK are on the brink of a return to top-flight football for the first time since 1958 and they can take a giant step there by beating Arbroath at home on Friday night.

Owen Coyle’s side have taken the Championship by storm and currently sit four points clear at the top ahead of Dundee with just seven games left.

They could win their third promotion in a row – something Rangers couldn’t even manage, remember – after an outstanding season.

They play the best football in the league and they are a good watch. And more often than not, they back that up with three points.
Somewhat surprisingly, they can be backed at 5/6, which seems a generous opportunity.

Arbroath are battling it out with Cove Rangers and Hamilton Accies to avoid the drop and they have drawn their last four games in a row, but they were extremely fortunate to escape with a point last Friday night when Morton outplayed them.

The Spiders enjoy the confined spaces of Ochilview and can get a huge win.

STIRLING ALBION can also take a huge push towards title glory in the game of the day in League Two when they host Dumbarton.

The Binos reached the summit of the table in midweek when they beat in-form Forfar and will be dying for a crack at Dumbarton after several recent and late postponements at The Rock that have left them unhappy.

Dumbarton have picked the wrong time of the season to have a form slump having lost three of their last five games and were taken apart 5-1 on their own patch last week by relegation-haunted Albion Rovers.

In contrast, Darren Young’s men are unbeaten since the start of December and are timing their run well. They have won their last six home games and can beat the Sons at 20/21.

ALBION ROVERS can win the basement battle against Bonnyrigg Rose in Coatbridge.

It looks a fight between these two clubs at the bottom of League Two to avoid the play-off and Rovers are completely inconsistent – they thrashed leaders Dumbarton 5-1 as stated last week away from home but followed that up with a home loss to Stranraer.

But they have well and truly got the measure of the West Lothian side this season having beaten them three times out of three including a 4-0 mauling in the last meeting.

A home win would see the Wee Rovers move five points clear from safety and the 23/20 is favourable.

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