GREG’S made a super start to his posts with three out of four winners but that won’t surprise anyone who has been following him over the last couple of years.
He’s picked out a Saturday nap from the Scottish Premiership and has added other selections.
Aberdeen v Dundee
The Dark Blues have started the season well and Paul Hartley can be pleased with how his side have performed.
Dundee were my NAP last week to score two or more at 11-8 against my mob and I’m taking them again as my NAP.
Going forward they are a real threat with Gary Harkins pulling the strings in the middle and up tip they’re not short of options with Greg Stewart, Kane Hemmings and Rory Loy all contributing goals.
I see no reason why they can’t go to Aberdeen and score – Dundee have scored in 29 of the last 35 meetings with the Dons and I’m going for them to make it 30.
Back Dundee to score (NAP)
Kilmarnock v Ross County
Gary Locke would have been feeling the pressure a few weeks ago but his team have given him a bit of breathing space. Consecutive 2-2 draws have shown Killie can find the net and the problem is they have scored two goals in every match this season.
They welcome a County side who have had a decent start to the season and look as if they will have enough about them to stay up.
The last seven meetings between these sides have seen over 2.5 goals I’m going for that run to continue with Kilmarnock finding their scoring boots but likely to concede.
Back over 2.5 match goals 19-20
East Fife v Elgin
I’ve been a big fan of Elgin this season and have posted them with joy a few times already. They beat Alloa 2-0 after extra time in the Challenge Cup on Tuesday which was a fantastic result given two leagues separated the sides.
East Fife are a solid outfit at Bayview and don’t lose many. Thhey have the upper hand in fixtures against Elgin and are unbeaten in eight previous meetings. I think they’ll edge this.
Back East Fife 11-10
QPR v Rotherham – over 1.5 QPR team goals 4-5
Carlise v Wimbledon – over 2.5 match goals 19-20