PREMIERSHIP leaders Celtic are first up today with a lunchtime showdown at St Johnstone – and I’d check team news before having a bet.
Hoops boss Ronny Deila says the side that will play in Perth won’t be the one that tackles Inter Milan in the Europa League on Thursday.
He hasn’t said how much he’ll rotate but if makes many changes consider Saints draw no bet at 15-2 with 888sport.
Meanwhile, William Hill’s Owen Scott has again dug out some specials based on stats – and remember these are not tips.
St Johnstone v Celtic
Celtic have scored nine goals in their
last three matches against St Johnstone,
eight of those have been scored in the
CELTIC TO SCORE 3+ IN SECOND HALF 13-2
Dundee v Partick Th
Both matches between these sides have
ended 1-1 this season.
MATCH TO BE A SCORE DRAW 3-1
Kilmarnock v Dundee Utd
Robbie Muirhead could return to
Rugby Park and make his United debut
since his deadline-day move.
MUIRHEAD TO SCORE ANYTIME 8-5
Ross County v Motherwell
John Sutton has scored seven goals
in his last five meetings against Ross
County, four of the games have been
SUTTON TO SCORE AND MOTHERWELL WIN 5-1
St Mirren v Inverness
Inverness have not conceded a goal
against St Mirren in any of their last
five wins over the Saints.
INVERNESS TO WIN TO NIL 9-4
Dumbarton v Cowdenbeath
Dumbarton have won three of the last
four fixtures against Cowdenbeath,
16 goals have been scored in those
DUMBARTON TO WIN AND 4+ GOALS IN GAME 10-3
Hearts v Livingston
Jamie Walker has scored in each of
Hearts’ last three victories, including
a win over Livingston.
WALKER TO SCORE AND HEARTS WIN 8-5
QoS V Alloa
Alloa have only scored two goals in
their last nine matches, QoS have kept a
clean sheet in last two matches and
also only conceded two in last six
matches against Alloa.
QoS TO WIN TO NIL 13-8
Raith v Falkirk
Falkirk’s last five matches have been
high scoring with an average of 4.4
goals scored per match.
FOUR OR MORE GOALS IN MATCH 13-8
Hamilton v Aberdeen (Sunday)
Adam Rooney has scored in Aberdeen’s
last two victories against Hamilton
ROONEY TO SCORE AND ABERDEEN WIN 3-1