I POSTED a 6-5 treble on Saturday and the shortest team won to keep the double running through to tomorrow.
Kilmarnock beat Brora and that leaves me waiting on Rangers and Aberdeen who face Ayr and Dundee United in their respective Scottish Cup ties.
Aberdeen are miles ahead of New Firm rivals Dundee United but Ladbrokes have priced them up at a fairly generous 4-11 so the Dons -1 is available at 11-10.
Derek McInnes's men have won three in a row scoring 10 goals since their latest defeat to Rangers and should be too strong for a Championship side that's suffered two heavy defeats in four – 3-0 at home to Morton and 6-1 at Falkirk.
Aberdeen -2 isn't out of the question at 29-10 with McBookie and they are 6-4 to score 3+.
Rangers battled past Partick Thistle on Wednesday and will know the threat posed by League One Ayr. Ian McCall's men have netted 64 in the league but conceded 32 so there should be plenty of goals.
Graeme Murty's men play better away from home and are a best 3-10 with Marathonbet which isn't bad. Again the -1 handicap tempts at 4-5 with Ladbrokes while -2 – which is what they covered in the last round at Fraserburgh – is 15-8 at McBookie.
In midweek I tipped Josh Windass to score at 3-1 and tomorrow I'm on penalty taker James Tavernier at 4-1 with Paddy Power.
- Rangers -1 (Sun)
- Tavernier to score
- Aberdeen -1
- Aberdeen/Rangers double