Improving Saints set to silence fellow strugglers Hamilton
Progressive Cowdenbeath should go in again
Matches from 3pm Saturday
The Paisley side have had a nightmare season after manager Jack Ross left for Sunderland in the summer.
The hapless Alan Stubbs took apart a promotion-winning team and his replacement Oran Kearney has found it tough to regain their confidence.
But there were signs in last week's deserved 2-0 home win against Hearts that Saints are improving.
The former Barnsley duo of Adam Hammill and Simeon Jackson have linked up encouragingly and if they can get Hammill fully match fit, they have a player who should be playing at a higher level.
The Accies are in their perennial fight against the drop and they do have a habit of digging out unexpected, priceless wins even when outplayed, as was the case when they beat Livingston at home against the run of play.
But Martin Canning's side have shown plenty of distress signs this season and Saints can take a giant leap to safety if they can beat their Lanarkshire rivals.
The Blue Brazil have escaped relegation twice in the playoffs, but they are a side on the up having won three games in a row without conceding a goal against the likes of Annan and Queen's Park, who had both been being going well.
New Rovers manager Kevin Harper is in charge of a side who have won once and drawn once in 19 games in all competitions this season.
The Fifers should probably be a shorter price than they are, assuming Cliftonhill survives the incessant downpours this week.
Elgin had to make the exact same journey last week when they also had to play at Forthbank and beat Stirling University in the William Hill Scottish Cup.
But they might find the Binos an altogether different proposition.
Albion are unbeaten in three and defeated Berwick at home and drew at Clyde and Annan.
They also defeated Elgin 3-0 in the Highlands with a weaker team and may have too much for City, who have slumped in the league.
2pts 13-10 general
1pt 10-11 Betfair
1pt 13-10 Hills
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