EVERY Saturday William Hill's Owen Scott and McBookie's Paul Petrie do battle in the junior football challenge.
The dynamic duo will be putting up trebles every weekend and Owen leads the way with winnings of £278.48 to Paul's £95.54 after there were no winners last week. Paul was beaten by going against Clydebank who drew at Kilwinning while Owen tipped the draw but lost out to Ardrossan.
It's getting close to the end of along season and here are Paul's and Owen's tips in the penultimate week.
For those who don't know anything about junior football the level of the top clubs is equivalent or in some cases better than Scottish League 2 outfits and we can gauge that easier now with the champions of the three regions – North, East and West – qualifying to play in the William Hill Scottish Cup along with the Junior Cup winners.
The term “junior” has nothing to do with players' ages and it often confuses people outside Scotland. Some of the top clubs such as Auchinleck, Hurlford, Pollok, Bo'ness and Linlithgow pay bigger wages than most League 1 and League 2 teams and therefore attract players who could be plying their trade at a higher level.
McBookie list all games online and take bets on every junior match while William Hill only take bets in shops. Here is this weekend's tips from Paul and Owen.

Paul writes: “First up I am backing Largs to beat Kilsyth at 8-13. The race for the title looks to be going to the wire and they will want to take advantage of the fact points will be dropped in the Cumnock v Clydebank fixture and post a total for the other title challengers Kilwinning to catch.

“In the North Region I am backing Dyce at 19-20. I am led to believe they rested some players in their midweek fixture in order to keep fresh for this massive semi-final tie. There is not much between the two sides in the league but Dyce are in decent form and beat Culter convincingly last month.

“Finally, in the East I am going for Dundonald to beat Arniston at 7-10. Bluebell have struggled in recent weeks and  have handed the advantage in the title race to Jeanfield. And this game won’t be easy as Arniston are on a fantastic run. However, this is the time for Dundonald to step up to the plate and show they could be worthy league winners.”

Paul's Treble




Pays £53.55 for a £10 stake at McBookie

Owen says: “This could be the final treble of the season and it's my plan to go out with a bang. After predicting the draw last week between Kilwinning and Clydebank I was tempted to go again with a stalemate as Cumnock and the Bankies do battle in a massive game but I don't want to jinx my own side so I'm leaving it alone.

“I'm starting in the East and I'm on Tayport at 11-4 at home to Kelty. On paper this is an away win but with Bonnyrigg clinching the title last week Tayport have more to play for as the battle to stay in the top flight and I'm on a home win.
“Culter (7-5) take on Dyce in the North region and I reckon they can March on in this cup and put a disappointing season in the league behind them.
“Finally I'm on Carnoustie (6-4) at home to Camelon. The away side are in a dreadful run of form and I can only see that continuing this week.
Owen's Treble




Pays £225 for a £10 stake at William Hill


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