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CELTIC and Rangers got their Euro campaigns off to a flier and tonight Aberdeen and Killie should make it four out of four.

Both have been handed favourable Europa League starters and only rustiness will prevent them from first-leg victories.

Aberdeen have home advantage against RoPS and would love to take at least a two-goal lead to the Arctic Circle next week.

The Finns have struggled all season and after 15 games lie third bottom so the Dons should be a good thing.

Derek McInnes' men are just 1-7 with McBookie to win so consider the -1 handicap at 8-15.

On Tuesday I said best bet of the night was Rangers to win to nil at 3-4 and I fancy Aberdeen to do likewise at 8-13.

A 2-0 correct score looks about right and that pays 15-4 with McBookie.

I haven't seen anyone price up first scorers yet but if you see them take Sam Cosgrove who has been on target in pre-season.

Killie travel to Rhyl to face Connah's Quay Nomads – a side familiar to Scottish fans due to their participation in the Challenge Cup in the past two seasons.

They reached the Final last season where they lost 3-1 to Ross County and earlier beat Edinburgh City on penalties after a 1-1 home draw.

The previous season they enjoyed one-goal victories at Queen's Park and Falkirk so their level looks to be lower Scottish Championship.

If Steve Clarke was still in charge I'd be all over Killie but the jury's still out on new boss Angelo Alessio.

Luckily he's only lost Jordan Jones so the players should be able to get the job done if he doesn't change too much.

Killie are no bigger than 1-4 so again try them -1 at 8-11 with Betfred. No first scorers here either but if they appear take Scotland new boy Eamonn Brophy.

Recommended Bet

  • Aberdeen -1/Killie -1 double
3 Comments
  1. hairyheid 4 months ago

    Well done to Mr f, scott, Greg, Hull and all the regulars for making close season a bit more interesting…ive followed here and there with some success, cheers 👍
    Scottish open golf starting Thursday… couple of outright picks:
    Rickie Fowler 14-1
    Eddie Pepperell 28-1
    Rickie has been playing well this year and generally gives a good account of himself in the Scottish open (won along the road at Gullane a few years back).
    Pepperell is in decent form, top 5 finish last week and looks to me like he should claim one of the main European events this year…
    3-balls always difficult to predict, especially on day one but I’ll take an interest punt on the following treble to win their respective 3-balls:
    Harrington 7-4
    Robert Rock 5-4
    Eduardo Molinari 13-8
    Treble pays just over 15-1
    All prices betway.

    (Don’t really like plugging bookies but betway doing their end of any round leader payout offer on outright market that I always think is a good offer)
    Scottish open is always a great tournament in its own right and perfect as a lead in to next week’s Open. Here’s hoping for some great golf. Good luck with your bets 👍

    • Mr Fixit 4 months ago

      Definitely been a struggle so looking forward to Saturday’s Betfred Cup action.
      Not a chance to seriously look at the golf but going down on Friday so hopefully pick out some mythical twoballs.
      Pepperell’s a good shout and I also like Li. Hopefully get good showings from MacIntyre and Forrest.

    • hairyheid 4 months ago

      It’s meant to be a cracking course. Hoping to go over on Saturday with the missus all going well. Enjoy 👍

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