IF you’re fed up of underwhelming performances at Hampden, our favourite statto Craig Anderson whets the appetite for Queen’s Park’s game against Clyde, as well as other crunch matches across the three divisions.
GIVEN the paucity of SFL action from over the weekend, we focus on the three matches from the Ramsdens Cup quarter-final. Some hugley interesting talking points await…
THE international break curtails any league action and with only a handful of Ramsdens Cup ties taking place, our stats column is a llittle shorter (although no less fascinating) than normal.
THE Son of Gamblor gets out of his sick bed to update you with his weekly betting diary. Son of Gamblor is often an outstanding source of gambling insight – but how can you trust a man who bet on Dumbarton to beat Morton last Saturday?!
EVERYONE’S favourite old bird “Partizan” returns to offer up his withering thoughts on another week of SFL action. We’ve never met him, but we’ve been told he is a hoarder and lives in a horrid “Life of Grime” style cottage somewhere.
GRANT MURRAY has some way to go to knock Jim Jeffries off his perch; Steven Craig can flourish at Partick Thistle; Stranraer can turn Stair Park into a fortress; Stirling Albion must strengthen their resolve after conceding; and the good times may finally be coming back to Clyde.