KevMac delves in to the lower leagues in Scotland for his picks from the Championship, League One and League Two today.
Hamilton v Inverness
INVERNESS have hardly put a foot wrong in the Championship so far while little seems to have gone right for Hamilton.
So the Highland side look pretty decent value at 21/20 with McBookie for a win at Accies today.
A solid defence has been the bedrock of Caley Thistle’s campaign, conceding just twice so far in the league, while Hamilton have failed to score in their last three.
Michael Gardyne is starting to find his feet, with goals in his last two games for Inverness, and looks a good price to score here at 9/2 with McBookie.
Kilmarnock v Raith Rovers
Kilmarnock have done well to keep pace with the leaders but face a tricky game at home to Raith Rovers this afternoon.
Backing both teams to score came up for me in the Fife derby on Wednesday and I fancy that bet to land here too at evens (Bet365).
I expect it to be close and that makes the half-time stalemate appealing at 23/20 with McBookie.
Morton v Arbroath
Arbroath are flying high in third place and will fancy their chances against a Morton side without a win in three games.
Those three matches for Ton have produced just two goals so betting against a thriller looks the shout.
The other two games in the Championship should be more entertaining as Partick host Ayr and Dunfermline travel to Queen of the South.
So I’m going to double over 2.5 goals in each match, a bet that pays 29/10 with Mansionbet.
League One continues to be hugely competitive with five points separating the top eight teams.
Leaders Queen’s Park face Montrose tomorrow so that gives Cove Rangers and Dumbarton the chance to hit the summit this afternoon.
Cove’s trip to Alloa promises goals, with the Wasps netting in their last eight and Rangers drawing a blank just once in seven.
BTTS pays 10/13 with Masnionbet while over 2.5 goals is 20/23 at Betfair.
Dumbarton are unbeaten in four and head to second bottom Peterhead so the Sons look value at 19/10 for the win (McBookie).
Nathan Austin continues to run riot in League Two for Kelty and I cashed in by backing him to score last weekend against Stranraer.
- Michael Gardyne anytime scorer (9/2, McBookie)
- Half-time draw in Kilmarnock v Raith (23/20, McBookie)
- Kelty win and over 2.5 goals (135/100, S Nation)
McBookie bet builder
- Combining over 2.5 goals with over 1.5 cards in QoS v Pars pays 106/100.