NEITHER bookie landed a winner last weekend so the standings remain the same.
William Hill's Owen Scott leads the way on winnings of £204.18 this season while McBookie.com's Paul Petrie is on £173.72. Here's what the duo are taking this weekend.
Owen writes: One win, one defeat and a postponement last week just isn't good enough and I'll need to get some more winners soon. It's the fifth round of the Scottish Junior Cup this week although there is still one fourth-round tie outstanding.
I'm starting my treble with that outstanding tie which will now take place at Ardrossan. The prices have remained the same and I'm on Rutherglen Glencairn at 1-2 to beat Girvan and progress to a meeting with Bo'ness next week.
Also in the Cup I'm taking Camelon at 1-2 to win the all-East clash at home to Sauchie. Camelon have won their last five matches and confidence is high.
Finally I'm staying in the Cup to complete my treble and I'm taking Ayrshire District league side Whitletts at 7-4 to cause an upset and beat First Division Yoker. Whitletts have hit a run of form and are unbeaten since October and have already beaten Bathgate in this cup at home.
Away from my treble some sides are availabe at big odds in the Cup and it wouldn't surprise me if any of the following came in – Dalry (19-5) to beat Dundonald, Shotts (16-5) to beat Glenafton, Penicuik (10-3) to beat Irvine Meadow or Tayport (2-1) to beat Hurlford.
The latest outright odds see Bo'ness as 3-1 favourites followed by Hurlford 11-2 and Irvine Meadow 6-1.
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Paul writes: First up I am backing Irvine Meadow to beat Penicuik at 4-5. The East Region side had a great result against Pollok in the last round but Meadow are a better team and should be too strong.
Next I am taking a punt on Tayport to beat Hurlford at 2-1. Hurlford are massive losers in the outright book so this would be a welcome result. Dave Baikie is a master tactician at this level and if he gets it right there could be a shock.
Finally, I am going for Newtongrange to beat Lochee Utd at 3-4. It looked like Star were going to fall away but they have regained their form and are now serious title contenders. This is a winnable game to keep them on track.
Pays £91 to a £10 stake at McBookie.com