LAST week William Hill's Owen Scott pointed us in the direction of several winners with his excellent SPFL Stats Pack. He flagged up Kris Boyd to score anytime at 6-4 and Motherwell draw no bet at 4-5 among others.
He has done his homework again this week to come up with these beauties that may help you make a choice when punting on the Scottish Premiership.
Kilmarnock v Celtic
Charlie Mulgrew has scored three goals in his last three visits to Rugby Park.
Mulgrew to score and Celtic to win – 8-1 (William Hill).
Hearts v Dundee Utd
The last two matches in which the Jambos have beaten Dundee Utd at home both sides scored in match.
Both teams to score and Hearts win – 4-1 (William Hill).
Inverness v Hibs
Ross Draper has scored the first goal in the last two matches between these sides. Draper to score at anytime – 11-2 (William Hill).
Motherwell v Ross County
Motherwell have kept a clean sheet in three of their four league wins this season and Ross County have only scored one away from home in the league. Motherwell to win to nil – 15-8 (William Hill).
St Johnstone v Partick Th
Steve May has scored in all of St Johnstone's home league matches this season and has something to prove against Partick as they are one of only two sides he failed to score against in the League last season.
May to score and St Johnstone to win – 3-1 (William Hill).
St Mirren v Aberdeen (Monday)
Aberdeen are unbeaten in the last eight games v St Mirren with one win and seven draws. St Mirren have yet to win this season. Saints have scored in six of their last seven home games v Aberdeen. Both teams to score and Aberdeen to win – 7-2 (William Hill).
Rangers v Stenhousemuir (League 1)
Rangers have scored at least four goals in all their home league matches this season. Rangers to score four or more goals – 7-4 (William Hill).
Meanwhile, McBookie.com have priced up some League Cup/second in the league doubles after Celtic crashed out to Morton last week. It's 10/1 Motherwell 12/1 Aberdeen 12/1 ICT 100/1 Dundee U 120/1 Hibs 120/1 St Johnstone.
They are also asking how many Celtic players will start against Killie on Saturday and then against Barcelona on Tuesday. I think it will be most of them and McBookie.com offer: 3/1 Six 4/1 Seven 4/1 Five 7/1 Eight 7/1 Four 10/1 Nine 10/1 Three 16/1 One 16/1 Two 16/1 Ten (outfield only).
And here are some outright markets currently on offer from McBookie.com.
What Will Celtic Win?
Premiership without Celtic
13/8 Motherwell 2/1 Aberdeen 9/4 ICT 16/1 Dundee Utd 20/1 St Johnstone.
2/1 A Stokes 5/1 B McKay 5/1 T Pukki 8/1 N McGinn 12/1 S May 14/1 K Commons 16/1 J Sutton.
1/3 Hearts 7/2 St Mirren 12/1 Kilmarnock 16/1 Ross Co 20/1 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 Hamilton 5/2 Dundee 9/2 Falkirk 7/1 QoS 8/1 Raith 12/1 Morton.
5/1 P MacDonald, 7/1 J Keatings 9/1 P Roberts, 9/1 C Monti, 10/1 G Spence, 12/1 I Russell, 12/1 M McNulty 14/1 A Campbell.
6/4 J Brown, 4/1 A Moore, 6/1 C Cameron. 10/1 J McGlynn, P Hartley, 12/1 G Murray, 16/1 G Holt, A Neil, I Murray.
League One without Rangers
9/4 Dunfermline 3/1 Brechin 5/1 Ayr 5/1 Stenhousemuir 10/1 Arbroath.
7/2 J Daly 4/1 M Moffat 5/1 L McCulloch 6/1 N Clark 10/1 A Trouten 12/1 A Little 12/1 N Law.
Sack Race – League One
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.
League 2 outright
15/8 Peterhead 9/2 Albion R 5/1 Berwick 7/1 Stirling 8/1 Annan 10/1 E Stirling.