THERE are only two Scottish Premiership games and I fancy Kilmarnock to beat Hamilton to make it five wins in a row.
Three of Killie's last four wins have been by 2-1 and in all four they battled from behind. Accies lost 4-1 at home to Rangers on Sunday but the scoreline disguises the fact they gave Rangers a fright before conceding three times in the last 10 minutes – including two penalties.
The other Premiership game is tough to call between the all Saints – St Johnstone v St Mirren – and this could be a scoring draw at 4-1 with McBookie.
In the Championship Dundee United are looking better under Robbie Neilson after picking up four points from his first two games and seem big at 21-10 with Betway at Dunfermline so on accas take them +1 at 7-10 with Betway.
Partick Thistle's first game under Gary Caldwell ended in a disappointing 1-0 defeat at Alloa and it doesn't get any easier with Ayr travelling to Firhill. Again I like Ayr +1 at 8-15 with Ladbrokes.
I tipped Ross County to beat the Honest Men last week and fancy the new leaders again at 4-7 with William Hill at home to Morton who are also finding their feet under a new manager in Finn Jonatan Johansson.
In League One stick to old faithful East Fife even though Dumbarton have appointed Jim Duffy as manager. The Fifers are on a record run of eight and are 11-8 with McBookie to make it nine and my only fear is new-boss syndrome but it will be tough for Duffy against such a confident outfit.
Airdrie also look good at 19-20 with William Hill at home to Stenny who have lost four out of five.
I'll be on Edinburgh City as usual in League Two and they are 21-20 with McBookie to win at Stirling.
Queen's Park have won three in a row and should make it four against bottom dogs Albion Rovers whose season took a turn for the worse with a Scottish Cup home defeat to Highland League Formartine last weekend.
- Killie & btts
- Dundee Utd
- Dundee Utd +1/Ayr +1
- East Fife
- Edinburgh City
- Queen's Park