FEB 28: MR FIXIT’S TOP TIPS (GOALS)

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THIS weekend I’m trying Scots to score 2+ as well as putting up a both teams to score treble.

The 2+ kicks off with lowly Ross County who have given themselves a Premiership lifeline with back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

They scored three in both games against Partick Thistle and Motherwell – inspired by January signing Raffaele de Vita – and while a home meeting with Dundee is a tougher test they did beat the Dens men 2-1 in Dingwall earlier in the season.

Next back Queen of the South at Dumbarton, a struggling side against whom they have an exemplary head-to-head record. They have won the last four meetings at the Rock to nil and beaten the Sons 3-0 and 4-0 this season. In fact the aggregate score in four clashes between the sides is 13-1 – and we only need Queens to bag a brace.

Complete the treble with high-flying Hibs who have been bang in from in front of goal. They visit Alloa and while they struggles in the plastic at the start of the season this is a new, goal-hungry side who are exciting to watch and may keep Rangers out of the runners-up spot in the Championship.

The both teams to score treble starts with Burnley v Swansea. Burnley drew at Chelsea last week and the Swans stunned Man United so the sides will be in good heart.

I like the way Burnley are playing and they have plenty of goals in the side but are always likely to concede and Swansea will punish them on the counter.

Add Bournemouth v Blackburn. Bournemouth’s promotion push has taken a bit of a nosedive with just two points in four games – but in their last five both have hit the target. Rovers’ play-off hopes are virtually over but they’re still in the FA Cup so players won’t be relaxing just yet.

They have plenty of goals in their side and both have scored in their last five as well and they won the reverse fixture 3-2 at Ewood Park.

Complete the treble with St Johnstone v Kilmarnock. Now Saints’ games aren’t always high scoring but three out of Killie’s last four have been 3-3, 3-2 and 2-2.

Gary Locke is now in charge and that’s 11 goals in two game since he took over from axed Allan Johnston. Saints won at Dundee Utd last weekend and I expect them to pick up another three points but the way Killie are playing they’ll at least net.

To score 2+ goals

Ross County
Queen of the South
Hibs
(11-2, 888sport)

Both teams to score

Burnley v Swansea
Bournemouth v Blackburn
St Johnstone v Kilmarnock
(6-1, 888sport)

10 Comments
  1. Jordan 2 years ago

    Over 1.5 match goals treble

    Manchester United/Sunderland
    Bournemouth/Blackburn
    Fulham/Derby

    Just over EVS @ Ladbrokes

    Add Newcastle & Stoke to score @ just over 2/1 @ Ladbrokes

    £10 Bonkers Bet. 25 teams to score over Saturday/Sunday.

    Saturday 28th

    Stoke
    Newcastle
    Manchester United
    Bournemouth
    Derby
    Bristol City
    Gillingham
    Preston
    Luton
    Halifax
    Dundee
    Malaga

    Sunday 1st

    Liverpool
    Norwich
    Valencia
    Cagliari
    Palermo
    Lazio
    Udinese
    Inter
    Wolfsburg
    Bordeaux
    PSV
    Nacional
    Benfica

    25 teams, one goal each, 80/1 @ WillHill

    • Kyle B 2 years ago

      Can see why Mr F has put my team in, we get ourselves into a commanding lead and tend to concede a sloppy goal at end of 1st half and fade away in the 2nd half. Got a good feeling of a solid performance tmoz after result at chelsea, either 1-0 or 2-0 :)

      Like what u av done with your bonkers bet Jordan, thats not a bad shout!

  2. Kyle B 2 years ago

    MR F, Burnley are going to win to nil tmoz 3 points are crucial and we will edge it 1-0.

    To anyone that fancies it, Best Price:

    10/3 @ BetVictor

  3. Jordan 2 years ago

    Nearly put Burnley in my teams to score treble this weekend Mr F but left them alone as Swansea are so unpredictable. I do like that BTTS treble though!

  4. Pikey 2 years ago

    Early game tomo Macclesfield 12/5. Don’t usually post on here but winning for fun at moment.

  5. Kyle B 2 years ago

    A Better BTTS Treble:

    Bournemouth vs Blackburn
    Blackpool vs Wigan
    St Johnstone vs Kilmarnock

    7.70 888 Sport :)

  6. luke quinn 2 years ago

    thoughts on tranmere to beat cheltenham and wimbledon to beat bottom of table hartlepool? both very interesting odds at 13/8! i would definatly say afc wimbledon is the safer bet but tranmere have rory donelly!!! Stoke at EVS looks good too.

  7. Kyle B 2 years ago

    I Personally think Hull are worth a stab in Double Chance Market, stoke are difficult to beat but I think Hull are on the up and can see them collecting something from Britannia.AFC Wimbledon looks the best bet out of the three and available at a very good price too:

    AFC Wimbledon 9/5 BetVictor

  8. petermac 2 years ago

    Aussie a league tips tonight.

    Newcastle v Central Coast

    O4.5 cards @ $1.83

    Reasoning- no love lost between these two and probably be under 2.5 goals but hate doing that bet.

    Sydney v WSW

    Sydney to win at $ 2.25

    sydney are the better side for sure and WSW did win in AFC cup. That was a totally different team that will play tonight but i still think Sydney have more firepower. Could be a few goals.

    Perth Glory v Brisbane Roar

    Perth to win @ $1.90

    perth to get back on track tonight against Roar. Perth have been off the boil recently but should be too good for a team who were beaten in midweek in AFC cup.

    small double on sydney and perth.
    Main bet newcastle v CCM cards

  9. Mayority 2 years ago

    OVA 1.5 GAMES FOR TODAY

    1. Cambuur v Heracles

    2. Nuneaton v Welling

    3. Bournemouth v Blackburn

    4. Bishops Stortford v Weston Super Mare

    5. Boston United v Harrogate

    6. Bristol City V Rochdale

    7. Burnley V Swansea City

    8. Walsall V Leyton Orient

    9. Portsmouth V Oxford United

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