Scottish Football Predictions: betting preview and free football tips
Inverness look good value to see off the challenge of Dunfermline
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Inverness are keeping tabs on Kilmarnock at the top of the Scottish Championship and they can get back to winning ways at home to Dunfermline this weekend.
Four games have passed since Caley Thistle last tasted success, but they have been performing far better than the bare results suggest.
Billy Dodds' side were held to a 2-2 draw at Ayr on Saturday, but they had 19 shots to the hosts' 11 and really should have come away with the victory.
Peter Grant parted ways with Dunfermline at the end of last month and the Pars only appointed his successor, John Hughes, on Friday.
That is far from ideal preparation ahead of the visit of one of the second-tier's top sides so at 8-11 Caley Thistle rate a strong bet.
Staying in the Championship, Kilmarnock were beaten by Partick last weekend and while there's no excusing that defeat, they look a good price to get back to winning ways at Morton.
Killie boast the strongest squad in the second tier and they should start to pull away from their rivals as the season progresses.
Tommy Wright's men recorded good wins over Queen of the South, Ayr and Hamilton prior to that Partick reversal and they should be able to get back on track on Saturday.
Morton had gone eight Championship matches without a victory, but they snapped that run with a 3-1 at Dunfermline last weekend.
However, their three goals come from just three shots on target and they will need to up their performance levels when Killie visit Cappielow.
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