WITH all the main international action taking place last night, this week we can take the unusual step of trying to make profit in the Scottish lower leagues this afternoon.
I think that Rangers are underpriced at 1-10 when they host Stirling Albion, and rather than go for the shock win as Annan did at Ibrox fortnight ago, the odds against of 11-10 with William Hill on both teams to score looks a decent bet. Certainly, Stirling head into the game in rich goalscoring form, having scored a freak nine in the game against East Stirling last time out, and given the discomfort they have already caused Rangers this season they look capable of notching. Rangers have conceded in more than 60 per cent of their matches in the Third Division this term and the suspicion is that they will do so again today.
Partick, with Alan Archibald now confirmed as their manager, can maintain their mantle of title favourites by beating Livingston at Firhill, (8-11 general), while Berwick Rangers, victorious in their past four, can make it five when they host Peterhead at Shielfield (11-10 Hills).
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