IT’S the final challenge of the year and while Owen Scott is relieved to be off the mark he’s still trailing well behind McBookie’s Paul Petrie.
Owen has banked just £15.27 while Paul is on £153.20 to £10 stakes. Here’s what the duo are on this weekend.
Owen writes: Here’s hoping with a depleted card this week that I can pick out a winning treble to finish off 2014.
Again it looks like a wet weekend so finding matches on might be difficult but I’m starting my treble with sides that have won for me a couple of time this season and that’s Shettleston at 8-13 at home to Cumbernauld. Shettleston are shaping up to be serious contenders for promotion and another three points looks likely here.
Next I’m on the side I was going to take last week but instead thought I’d play safe and go for a draw only for them to win 2-0 and that is Kilsyth who are 8-13 as they play host to Yoker. Despite a poor start Kilsyth are shaping up to be one of the form sides in the division.
Finally I’m heading East and taking Bo’ness at 5-6 away to Penicuik. This is not an easy place to go but I reckon Bo’ness can get the win to keep their title challenge alive.
Pays £47.84 to a £10 stake at William Hill (shop and phone bets only)
Paul writes: First up I am backing Bo’ness to beat Penicuik at 8-15 in the East Region. Bo’ness had a fantastic win against Kelty Hearts last weekend and if they are going to retain their title I feel they need to go on a winning run. That means beating teams like this.
Next I am going for Hurlford to beat Glenafton at 8-15. Some still see them as title contenders and if that is the case they should be winning these sort of games with a bit in hand.
Finally, I am going for Bellshill to beat Renfrew at 4-5. Bellshill are the favourites for the title having gone odds on a few weeks ago while Renfrew have faded in recent months
Pays £42.32 to a £10 stake at McBookie.com