Email your own selection from the SPFL leagues or League Cup Final (where prices are available) to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will have a chance to win a £20 free bet with McBookie.com.
One person with a correct prediction will be picked at random to scoop a £10 free bet. But if you have backed your player with at least a fiver at McBookie.com your prize will be doubled. Last week's winner was Colin Thorn of Hamilton with Ryan Christie at 7-1.
Here is McBookie's Damian Walker with his thoughts for this weekend.
Damian writes: “I'm starting this weekend in the Premiership where you can get a double-figure price about the league leaders beating the team in third.
“Sounds a ridiculous statement doesn’t it and it really is incredible Kilmarnock can be such a big price to beat Celtic.
“As I mentioned a few weeks ago Killie have won more Premiership games in 2018 than any other team yet bookies continue to not take Steve Clarke’s team seriously.
2In midweek they were odds against to win at home to Livingston. Surely one of the bets of the season.
“Celtic should be favourites, but I wouldn’t go anywhere near the 2-9 about them, especially after they failed to beat Motherwell in midweek.
“Killie’s Greg Stewart is tied for second in the Premiership top scorer table with seven goals and those strikes have come in just 11 appearances.
“Stewart bagged adouble in that 2-0 win over Livingston in midweek and I can't understand how he can be 28-1 to score the opening goal with McBookie.
“In League Two, Clyde are way too short at 4-6 for their trip to Cowdenbeath. This Clyde side have now won just two of their last seven matches and are consistently under-priced each week.
“Cowdenbeath began their league campaign in awful form and won just one of their first seven matches. Since then they have won four of their next seven league games and six of their next nine matches in all competitions.
“Yet despite that impressive run and home advantage they are 18-5 outsiders. Cowdenbeath striker Josh Skelly, who is on loan from Montrose, scored twice off the bench before netting for a third successive game when starting in last weekend’s draw away to Albion Rovers.
“I expect it will be difficult to keep him out of the starting 11 this weekend and he is 8-1 with McBookie to get his fourth goal in successive games with the first of the match.
“I tipped Paul Willis to score first last weekend for Berwick at Clyde but sadly he got the third goal. I planned to stick with him again this weekend at odds of 8-1 with McBookie at home to Peterhead but I've read he's injured.
Can you find a winner!”
- Stewart (Kilmarnock) 28-1
- Skelly (Cowdenbeath) 8-1