PEOPLE often say if it's not broken don't fix it.

I'm paying attention to that phrase as I look at the Scottish btts line.

Last weekend I advised taking all four Third Division games – the Queen's Park game was off – and for the second week running every team in the bottom league all scored.

Unfortunately Dumbarton let us down in the Second Division so we settled for a small profit with four out of five.

There is a full Third Division card on Saturday so let's go with all 10 teams to score and see how we fare. Just four of the 10 have failed to net in any of their last three matches so we have a chance.

For anyone who doesn't like this tactic other Scottish games to consider are Ross County v Falkirk and Airdrie v Forfar.

Both teams to score

Berwick v Queen's Park

Clyde v Annan

East Stirling v Elgin

Peterhead v Alloa

Stranraer v Montrose

Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)

Pays £94.60 to a £10 stake at Skybet

  1. Chris 12 years ago

    Where is best odds paul

    • Mr Fixit 12 years ago

      Chris, have updated it, Skybet pays best.

  2. robert miller 12 years ago

    paul, when you mention stranny i think their a banker at 8/15 with hills against a Montrose team who have lost 63 goals this seson and Stranny have scored 64. if this had been one of the major leagues i think they would have been a 1/3 shot.montrose have got nought to play for

    • Mr Fixit 12 years ago

      Robert, Stranraer should be a shoe-in but they have let punters down a couple of times this season at short prices

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