KevMac looks ahead to tonight's fixtures in Scotland and England.

St Mirren v Celtic

ST MIRREN deservedly beat Celtic at Parkhead two weeks ago but McBookie make them 21/4 outsiders to do the double in Paisley tonight.

Since that shock 2-1 loss the Hoops have improved with wins over Kilmarnock and Motherwell so that’s why they are 40/85 favourites.

Odsonne Edouard has sparked back to life with five goals in four games and I fancy the Frenchman to grab another at 11/10 with Paddy Power.

But Celts still look suspect at the back so both teams to score appeals at 4/5 with McBookie.

Livingston v Hamilton

Hamilton shocked Rangers with a draw on Sunday and now head to a Livi side who lost for the first time under David Martindale at home to St Johnstone.

Livi offer little value at 4/11 with McBookie so I’m going for under 2.5 match goals at 21/20.

Kilmarnock v Motherwell

Tommy Wright takes charge of Killie for the first time as they host Motherwell and it could be another tight game.

Betting against BTTS pays 20/21 at McBookie while under 2.5 goals is priced 3/4.

FA Cup

There are four FA Cup ties down south but I’m steering clear of Everton v Spurs as it’s a tough one to call.

A treble on favourites Manchester City, Sheffield United and Leicester in the other ties pays just under 3/1 at SportNation.

Super Single

No Thrills Double

  • Under 2.5 goals at Livi and Killie (279/100, McBookie)

McBookie Star Bet

  • There has been a one-goal winning margin in three of the last four Celtic v St Mirren games. It pays 17/10 here.

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