THERE are enough Scottish games on the go this weekend to have a go at this market.

When a side wins 7-5 away they've got to be first on the list and that team are Arbroath who achieved the remarkable scoreline at Elgin last week.

They should beat Stirling at home in the League Cup. But keep a clean sheet – there's more chance of Usain Bolt running a marathon. In fact the last four meetings between the sides have produced 21 goals.

Next look at Forfar v Partick Thistle. Forfar shocked First Division Dunfermline in the Ramsdens Cup last week and should at least score when the Jags visit Station Park.

First Division Raith will expect to beat Berwick at home but they have also been conceding too many goals. Highland League Wick netted two against them in the Ramsdens Cup although Rovers won 4-2.

Their last four matches have featured 19 goals and they face a Berwick side anticipating a good season in Division Three. They usual start well and opened last week with a 2-2 draw at Queen's Park.

Next take Stenhousemuir v Brechin. Four out of the last five meetings between the Div Two rivals have saw both score and last week Brechin managed to hit the target against Rangers while Stenny won 2-1 at Stranraer.

Finally, complete the fivefold with Stranraer v Livingston. Stranraer usually score at home and Livi will be looking to get back on target after last week's shock loss at Annan.

I've left the SPL alone because I don't too many goals around. But if you were targeting the top flight the best games could be Hearts v St Johnstone and Ross Co v Motherwell.


Arbroath v Stirling Albion

Forfar v Partick Th

Raith Rovs v Berwick

Stenny v Brechin

Stranraer v Livingston

Pays a biggest £113.10 to a £10 stake at Coral

  1. craig alves 6 years ago

    ive stuck all spl matches on for a laugh, prob a waste ae 50p haha stuck queens park instead of QOS but only realised wen bak up rd so cant be ersed goin bak down and thatll prob be a waste of another £2.50.real football starts nxtvwk tho

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      Mr Fixit 6 years ago

      Craig, just back in and a bit pissed off at Hills price cuts although at least they told me. I think on my line of five there were four including Hamilton, Ayr and Falkirk. In the end just took my money back and having a look on line. I can accept price cuts but not on virtually every game.

  2. Mr Chris Guy 6 years ago

    Paul I told you mate. William Hill are absolutely notorious with price cuts. I’ve never experienced anything like it. I know prices can change Oaul but hills are taking the absolute biscuit here. I’ve been into Ladbrokes tons of times with their long list and there is very rarely a price change. Remember I told you I had been in the bookies for 3 hrs one day playing the roulette machine and the counter was directly behind me. All I could hear was just to let you know there have been a few price changes. Most people just said ok. It’s shocking and bid give a price of 1/3 that it’s deliberate.

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      Mr Fixit 6 years ago

      That’s the worst I’ve seen and i’ll bring it up with Hills next week.

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