All games Saturday, 3pm
PUNTERS have been coining it in on this market in recent weeks and unusually I'm starting my Scottish selections with a couple from the SPL.
After a slow start to the season there have been goals galore in the top flight and one that looks nailed on for both teams to score is Hibs v Motherwell.
There have been 26 goals in the last five meetings between the sides and it was 2-2 at Motherwell when they met recently in the League Cup.
Hibs have got Garry O'Connor in tremendous scoring form while Well netted on their last away trip at Dundee United. Both to score pays 4-5 with Skybet.
Next up it's Aberdeen v Dundee United in the New Firm derby. The Dons eased pressure on boss Craig Brown by hammering Dunfermline 4-0 in their last outing and it could have been much more without a great display from Pars keeper Paul Gallacher.
United have been better on the road this season and their last two away games have been
3-3 draws at Dunfermline and St Johnstone. Both teams have scored in seven of the last nine meetings of the sides so take it at 8-11 with William Hill and Ladbrokes.
Next it's down to the Second Division which is still producing 3.9 goals per game, the most in Britain. Both teams have netted in Arbroath's last five with a total of 24 netted.
They visit a Forfar side whose last three games have seen 15 goals. Bookies' confidence in this game coming up is reflected in a best price of 4-11 from unibet and Skybet.
Complete the fourfold with Stenhousemuir v Dumbarton. Stenny's last six have featured both to score while there have been 31 goals in Dumbarton's last six.
My only concern is the Sons have kept clean sheets on their last two away trips to Forfar and East Fife but Stenny sit third in the table with a 100 per cent home record so should at least score. Take this at 2-5 at unibet and Paddy Power.
Both teams to score
Aberdeen v Dundee Utd
Hibs v Motherwell
Forfar v Arbroath
Stenhousemuir v Dumbarton