LAST week I posted some SPFL stats from William Hill's Owen Scott and they had a good response. Owen's being doing his homework again and I also have some McBookie.com specials for you to look at.
Let's start with Owen, who by the way tipped all six away wins in the Scottish Premiership in his weekly betting challenge that appears in the Daily Record on a Saturday. This weekend he fancies Inverness, Celtic, Hibs, Partick and draws at Ross County and Dundee Utd.
My tips for those matches are Inverness, Celtic, Hibs, Ross County and draws at Partick and Dundee Utd.
Anyway here are some interesting stats (William Hill first).
Aberdeen v Inverness
Billy McKay has scored three goals in the last two matches and also netted four in his last two games against the Dons which Inverness won. McKay to score and Inverness to win (7-2, Hills).
Celtic v St Johnstone
Charlie Mulgrew has scored in Celtic's last two wins against the Perth side. Mulgrew to score and Celtic to win (6-1, Hills).
Hibs v St Mirren
Partick Th v Kilmarnock
Kris Boyd was at Kilmarnock the last time these sides met on league duty (2003/04) and scored in all three
games he started v Partick that season. Boyd to score anytime (6-4, Hills).
Ross County v Hearts
Fourteen goals were scored in the three fixtures between these sides last season. Over 3.5 goals (11-4, Hills).
Dundee Utd v Motherwell (Sunday)
The home side hasn't won a match between these two in the last eight fixtures. Last season Motherwell had three wins and a draw at Tannadice. Motherwell draw no bet (4-5, Hills).
Forfar v Rangers
Central defender Bilel Mohsni has scored in the last two matches – his first two for the club. Mohsni to score anytime (5-1, Hills).
McBookie.com are offering 4-1 Hearts complete a nap hand of penalties conceded this weekend when they play Ross County. Amazingly Gary Locke’s men have conceded a penalty in each of their last four games – although some of them have been controversial. Indeed, Jamie Hamill is going for a hat-trick himself and it is 20-1 he gives one away.
Lee McCulloch is 10-1 to break UK post-war record of six league hat-tricks in a season (held by Gretna's Kenny Deuchar). The Rangers star has hit two in the last two weekends.
McBookie.com McCulloch Specials v Forfar
Score anytime (1-2)
Score two or more (12-5)
Score Hat-trick (12-1)
Score perfect hat-trick (left, right and header) 40-1
McBookie outright prices
13/8 Motherwell 15/8 ICT 11/4 Aberdeen 16/1 St Johnstone 16/1 Dundee Utd
2/1 A Stokes 5/1 B McKay 6/1 T Pukki 8/1 N McGinn 12/1 S May 14/1 K Commons 16/1 J Sutton
2/5 Hearts 4/1 St Mirren 8/1 Kilmarnock 12/1 Ross Co 16/1 Partick
1/5 D Lennon 8/1 P Fenlon 12/1 A Johnston 20/1 G Locke 20/1 A Archibald 20/1 J McNamara 33/1 D McInnes 33/1 S McCall 33/1 T Wright 33/1 T Butcher 33/1 D Adams 50/1 N Lennon
7/4 Dundee 11/4 Hamilton 6/1 Falkirk 9/1 QoS 9/1 Morton 10/1 Raith
5/1 Peter MacDonald, 7/1 James Keatings 9/1 Phil Roberts, 9/1 Carlo Monti, 10/1 Greig Spence, 12/1 Iain Russell, 14/1 Archie Campbell, 16/1 Kabba-Modou Cham,
3/1 A Moore 4/1 J Brown 4/1 C Cameron 7/1 J McIntyre 7/1 J McGlynn 10/1 P Hartley 10/1 G Murray 16/1 G Holt 16/1 A Neil 16/1 I Murray
3/1 Brechin 3/1 Dunfermline 9/2 Ayr 6/1 Stenhousemuir 6/1 Arbroath 16/1 Forfar
3/1 J Daly 4/1 L McCulloch 5/1 M Moffat 6/1 N Clark 12/1 N Law 12/1 A Trouten 14/1 A Little
3/1 P Sheerin 4/1 J Boyle 10/1 W Aitchinson 7/1 A McCoist 7/1 D Campbell 10/1 M Roberts 10/1 S Aitken 16/1 J Jefferies 16/1 M Roberts 16/1 R McKinnon
6/4 Peterhead 5/1 Berwick 6/1 Annan 7/1 Albion R 7/1 Stirling 8/1 E Stirling
3/1 D Hopkirk 5/1 R McAllister 6/1 D Lavery 7/1 P Wakler 10/1 S Sutherland 10/1 C Gunn 12/1 K Mackay 12/1 C Dallas 16/1 A Rodgers
2/1 G Spiers 3/1 R Jack 5/1 J McInally 10/1 G McDonald 10/1 J Duffy 12/1 I Little 12/1 S Garden 25/1 J Coughlin 25/1 J Chapman 25/1 J Ward