ABERDEEN and Hearts defend 100 per cent records in the Scottish Premiership today and McBookie go 3-1 both win.

Today I’d rather be on the Dons than Hearts. Derek McInnes’s squad is so strong he’s had the luxury of rotating strikers this season with last term’s Premier League top scorer Adam Rooney been forced to take a back seat.

The Liverpudlian was back in the starting line-up against Dundee last week and responded with a double. Rooney should be in from the off against a Partick Thistle side who would love to have a striker of his ability at their disposal.

The Jags have lost some key men and have struggled as a result. They have netted in just one outing this season – a 2-2 draw at home to Killie and in midweek and crashed out of the League Cup by losing 1-0 at home to Falkirk.

Last thing they needed was a visit from an Aberdeen side who have won their last three at Firhill. Dons were advised earlier in the week at 5-6 with Paddy Power and are now a biggest 3-4 with McBookie and William Hill.

Hearts travel to an Accies side who have netted six in two matches and won 4-0 in their last home game against Dundee United.

It’s a test Hearts are capable of passing because they generally score at least two a games. Over 1.5 Hearts goals is 6-5 with Coral and preferable to backing the away.

Parkhead will be flat as a day old pint for Celtic v St Johnstone after the Hoops’ Champions League disaster at Malmo.

Ronny Deila’s side should bounce back with a win but it’s short at 1-5 with Coral so look instead to Leigh Griffiths to score first at 3-1 at William Hill.

Saints have scored in three of their last five visits to the east end of Glasgow, including a 1-0 win, and will fancy their chances of hitting the target the way the Hoops defended in Sweden. To score the Perth men are 11-10 at Skybet.

Dundee crashed at Dunfermline in the League Cup but look value at 13-10 with Coral to beat an injury-hit Inverness side.

And Ross County could continue their fine form by beating off-colour Dundee United. They are also a biggest 13-10 at Coral.

Like Aberdeen, Peterhead have a class striker in the shape of Rory McAllister who has netted SIX goals in his last two matches.
The Blue Toon look big at Airdrie at 2-1 at bet65 and McAllister is 4-1 at McBookie to score first.

Dunfermline hitman Faissal El Bakhtaoui hit his fifth double against Dundee and is 12-5 with McBookie to score two or more at home to Stranraer. There should be plenty of goals at East End Park and over 3.5 pays 8-5 at McBookie.

Rangers are in action on Sunday and should make it eight wins in a row at QoS. Back the straight away at 1-2 with Stan James.

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  1. Greg Browning 3 years ago

    Good assessment Mr F -Aberdeen will likely win this game 2-0 and if it’s my only criticism of Aberdeen, they should be scoring more goals!

  2. Woody fae Ellon 3 years ago

    Which part of Ireland is Dublin then?

  3. Woody fae Ellon 3 years ago

    Liverpool I should say

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