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Here is McBookie.com’s Damian Walker with his Saturday selections.
Damian writes: “We’ll move on quickly from last weekend’s selections although Hamilton did grab a point away Hearts. And it is with the Accies where I am starting again. Martin Canning has got his side in top form and they are unbeaten in six matches in a run that includes a 2-0 win at Ibrox.
“Canning’s efforts were rewarded with the Manager of the Month award for November and he could be carrying on where he left off with an excellent December on the cards.
“The Accies host St Johnstone and bookies can hardly separate the teams in the betting with Hamilton the most marginal of favourites at 29-20 with McBookie.
“They should be a shorter as the Perth Saints have just one win from their last eight games, losing six and drawing the other, as well as scoring just three times in over 12 hours of football.
“In addition to picking up the Manager gong for November, Hamilton’s David Templeton won the Player of the Month award. Templeton has scored three from his last five games and McBookie rate him 13-2 shot to score the opening goal which looks fair.
“In League Two Peterhead’s 1-0 defeat of title rivals Stirling Albion in midweek saw their championship odds slashed to 1-3. That was the Blue Toon’s eighth win from their last nine matches in all competitions and they will probably go on to win the title. But even so they look too short at 4-9 for their home game with Clyde.
“Since Jim Chapman’s departure at the end of October the Bully Wee have played four League Two games and drawn all four against teams in the top six.
“New boss Danny Lennon has clearly tightened things up at the back based on the 0-0 draws in their last two games and I am sure they are going to make things difficult for Peterhead. Clyde look too big at 6-1 and while goals haven’t been flowing they are overpriced to score first.
“When going for a big-priced team I generally try to keep things simple and find the most likely scorer. So step forward David Goodwillie who has scored 10 goals from 20 appearances this season and was favourite along with Peterhead’s Rory McAllister at the start of the season to be the League Two top scorer. McBookie make Goodwillie a 7-1 chance to score the opener.
“Regular readers will know I have chanced Alloa twice at big odds against the top two – Ayr United and Raith – in recent weeks in League One. The Wasps performed with credit in both games losing by the odd goal and have a much easier target in their sights this weekend with a trip to face second bottom Forfar.
“The Loons lost their third game in a row when reduced to 10 men away to Airdrie last weekend and I think Alloa should be odds on for this and can be backed at evens. Kevin Cawley scored in last weekend’s 2-1 defeat at Raith and top scorer for Alloa this season in the league with four goals. McBookie make him 4-1 to get the Wasps off to a flyer with the opening goal.
“Can you find a winner!”
- Templeton (Hamilton) 13-2
- Goodwillie (Clyde) 7-1
- Cawley (Alloa) 4-1