McBookie's Damian Walker is back with his first-scorer tips and he's also challenging punters to pick their own. Every week one person with a correct prediction will be chosen at random to win a £10 bet. Last week's winner was Austin Hay who like Damian backed Airdrie's Andy Ryan at 6-1.
Damian also tipped Edinburgh's Ouzy See at 8-1 so had a good week.
You can comment with your pick here and give any reasoning but to enter the contest you have to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bonus excluders don't qualify for the prize.
Quote player's club and first-scorer price with McBookie – Scottish league and cup games only – for a chance to win.
Here is Damian with this weekend's selections.
He says: They say if you don’t blow your own trumpet nobody else will so here goes. The three teams I selected last weekend all won at big prices – Dumbarton (21-15) Edinburgh City (19-4) and Airdrie (11-5).
And first scorers Ouzy See (8-1) and Andy Ryan (6-1) did the business, with Robert Thomson the only blip.
Going to be tough to get anywhere near that this weekend but here goes. I have got to start with Edinburgh City again as they have turned their season around since the beginning of November.
In fact so much so the Citizens have taken 13 of their 14 League Two points since the start of last month, having previously earned just one point from the whole of August, September and October combined.
In their last four league matches Edinburgh City have won three and drawn the other game and in midweek they were not disgraced going down by just one goal to League One East Fife in the Scottish Cup.
On Saturday they entertain a Stirling Albion side who have won just one of their last six league matches and have conceded at least two goals in their last four League Two games.
So you’d think that given Edinburgh City’s recent form compared to Stirling’s and adding in home advantage the Citizens would be strong favourites? Not a bit of it. Albion are marginal 8-5 favourites with City at 13-8.
And Stirling’s leaky defence means a first-scorer pick has to be the choice and I am sticking with the man in for See who is 11-2 with McBookie to keep his great run going.
Staying in the basement and I’m not convinced Clyde should be as short as 11-10 for their trip to bottom side Montrose. Clyde have scored just seven goals in seven games on the road in League Two this season and not surprisingly won just two of those games.
I think this could be a tight game and feel the value might just be with a first scorer for the Gable Endies.
Montrose striker Gary Fraser has seven goals from his last 12 games and is fourth highest scorer in League Two with his tally of six. McBookie make him 13-2 to open the scoring and that looks fair.
It is rare I dip into the upper echelons of the SPFL as the bookies tend to make the biggest mistakes in lower leagues but they have the wrong price about Hearts in the Premiership away to Rangers.
The Jambos beat Rangers 2-0 less than two weeks ago yet are chalked up at 16-5 to beat them again. I’d still make Rangers favourites with home advantage but not odds-on shots at 20-23.
Ian Cathro could be a very good appointment for Hearts and they look a real value bet on Saturday.
Free transfer Bjorn Johnsen has started finding the net for Hearts and has four goals from his last eight games. He is 7-1 with McBookie to be the game’s first goalscorer.
Fraser (Montrose) 13-2
See (Edinburgh) 11-2
Johnsen (Hearts) 7-1