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Meanwhile, here is McBookie.com’s Damian Walker with his Saturday selections. He writes: Last weekend we highlighted the recent scoring feats of Annan’s Scott Davidson and recommended him for anytime at 9-4. Of course he failed to score last Saturday but bagged two goals in midweek for the Galabankies. Such is life.
Anyway, starting in the Championship for this weekend’s near misses, Raith defender Dougie Hill has been collected almost as many red cards as goals this season.
Luckily for the Rovers he has two more goals than reds and has scored four times from his last 15 starts. That’s not a bad haul for a defender and he is 33-1 with McBookie to score the opener at home to Falkirk this weekend.
A safer option is the 11-1 with McBookie about him scoring at anytime which looks fair given his current strike rate this season. Hopefully he doesn’t see red!
In League One Brechin striker Andy Jackson seems to be finding the net on a regular basis after scoring just once in his first nine matches this season. He has netted 10 times since then at just less than one goal every two games and has nearly a third of Brechin’s goals.
The Hedgemen have four wins from their last seven and look to face a fairly easy task on Saturday when they face bottom club Arbroath at Glebe Park.
If David Moyes thinks he has problems with Man Utd’s current form he should have a look at the results of Paul Sheerin’s Arbroath. The Red Lichties have won just one of their last 18 matches and lost 14 of them.
Jackson is 4-1 with McBookie to score the opening goal against Arbroath and might be worth including at 16-1 for the hat-trick.
Finally in League Two, Jordan White continues to bang them in for Stirling Albion and has 15 goals to his name in all competitions this season, including 11 in the League.
White has scored five goals in as many games and looks a good thing to add to his current gaol-a-game average when Stirling entertain bottom club Queen's Park on Saturday.
The Spiders were in pole position in midweek when a goal up away to 10-man Annan but somehow managed to throw that great position away and lost 3-2.
It will be a surprise if Stirling don’t take all three points from the game and White is 7-2 with McBookie to score the opener but a more appealing 9-10 with McBookie to score at anytime for the Binos.
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Can you find a winner this weekend?
Hill (Raith) 11-1 to score anytime
Jackson (Brechin) 4-1 to score first
White (Stirling) 10-11 to score anytime