Dec 29: Scottish Football Betting Preview

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IN Scotland there are four matches tonight including Ross County v Kilmarnock in the Premiership and Falkirk v Livingston in the Championship.

County beat Dundee 5-2 in a thriller at the weekend with the help of a Liam Boyce hat-trick and blew away their rivals 4-0 at Rugby Park earlier in the season with Boyce bagging a double.

With a sickness bug hitting the Killie squad and several players out County can notch another big win if Boyce and Craig Curran bring their shooting boots.

The Dingwall men are no bigger than 4-6 with Betfred and marginally shorter at 8-13 with Ladbrokes to score 2+. If you fancy Jim McIntyre’s men to net 3+ take 21-10 at William Hill and they are 17-10 at Paddy Power to win by two or more.

Boyce is 5-1 at Coral to score first and 13-10 at McBookie to net at any time. Curran is 13-2 and 15-8 at McBookie respectively.

I really fancy County especially with a sickness-ravaged squad having to make their longest trip of the season to the north in midweek. In a bid to address the Super Single losses I’m on County -1 and euro 2016-bound Boyce to score.

Falkirk are flying in the Championship and should see off Livingston although the visitors were superb 4-1 winners at St Mirren at the weekend. The Bairns are no bigger than 8-13 at Ladbrokes and what about John Baird to score at 11-10 with McBookie as they aim to move into second spot three points behind Rangers.

Having hit four in Paisley managerless Livi will fancy their chances of at least netting and both to score pays 11-13 at 888sport.

Airdrie are 5-4 at boylesports to beat a Stenny side thumped 5-1 at home to Stranraer at the weekend and on-form Cowdenbeath could give Ayr some trouble. Take over 2.5 goals at 4-7 with McBookie.

Bets to Consider

Ross County -1

Boyce to score

Falkirk & btts

Airdrie

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