This week they're at it again with Paul looking to take advantage of what he considers as Owen's firm underestimating some of sides.
Owen Scott from William Hill writes;
Well the change in tactics didn't work last weekend so now I'm just desperate for a winner I don't really mind what odds they are.
It's back to league duty this week for a lot of clubs but there are still many Emirates Scottish Junior Cup ties to be played and its one of the Outstanding ties that I begin my treble with. I picked JOHNSTONE 8/13 away to Lochgelly last weekend and there is no reason for me to leave them out this weekend.
LARGS 1/2 are my next selection as they play host to Maybole in the league. Largs will be looking to bounce back from their Scottish Cup exit last week and will be focussing all their efforts in getting back into the Premier Division next season.
I head East to complete my treble and I'm on CAMELON 8/13 to beat Lochee Utd. Camelon were top scorers in the Scottish Cup last week and will be hoping that have not used all their goals up and have saved a few for today.
- Johnstone 8/13
- Largs 1/2
- Camelon 8/13
Paul from McBookie says;
I am going for three selections which are quite short but where I think Owen is still offering some good value.
First up I am heading to the North Region and backing Culter to take care of Ellon Utd. We are 1/4 with Owen offering 4/9 and I think that is too big a price difference.
Next I am on West Calder to beat Harthill in the East Region. Again we both expect the home side to win but we are offering 2/7 compared to the 1/2 on offer from Hills. I am hoping that they will deleiver with a bit in hand.
Finally, I am on Dundee Violet to beat Downfield. This could be the one that catches me out as this is a derby and despite Downfield’s recent poor form they will not go down without a fight. However, I think Owen is offering too big a price again – 1/2 compared to 2/9 with us.
- West Calder
- Dundee Violet
- Pays £9.64 profit with McBookie and £22.50 profit with Hills