MORTON look a solid even money banker to see off Airdrie in a Championship clash in Greenock.

Dougie Imrie's men's performances have been well documented. They are one of the form teams in the country just now after going unbeaten since the start of November – a run of 15 games in all competitions.

That run started with a goalless draw at Airdrie in the Challenge Cup and although they actually lost on penalties, it kicked them on to their impressive recent run which culminated the other week when they deservedly bundled Premiership Motherwell out of the Scottish Cup.

They were held to a draw at Queen's Park at Hampden last week, but have won four of their last five league games with the likes of striker George Oakley in good form.

Airdrie had been going well themselves, but a hammering from Hearts in the Scottish Cup knocked them off their stride and they went down to Ayr United at home last week. Morton can carry on their good work.

ALLOA have been flying recently, yet they have been written off for their visit to New Douglas Park to face Hamilton Accies.

The Wasps have now won four in a row and are a side on the up. They look certainties for the play-offs in League One and have nothing to fear from a deflated Accies.

They all but conceded the title last week when they lost at champions-elect Falkirk.

But it's their home form that has concerned manager John Rankin. Since a win against Queen of the South at the start of December, Accies have played five home games in the league and managed just one win. They have been held by Kelty Hearts and Montrose and lost to Annan Athletic and Falkirk again.

They are a huge 5/1 to win, but back them on the double chance of a draw or a win at 7/4, which is still excellent value.

KILMARNOCK will be popular to beat Aberdeen at Rugby Park.

Derek McInnes has had the upper hand against his old side this season and he's beaten them home and away.

They look nailed on for a top six finish and have depth to their squad too now with the likes of Kevin van Veen and Greg Stewart joining an already decent squad.

Aberdeen can't stop conceding goals even under Neil Warnock and Dutch keeper Kelle Roos is badly out of form. The hosts can score at least two at 23/20.

RECOMMENDATIONS:
MORTON evens
ALLOA DOUBLE CHANCE 7/4
KILMARNOCK OVER 1.5 GOALS 23/20.

5 Comments
  1. Numptie43 2 months ago

    Nice work last week

    Arbroath 100/30
    Ayr raith over 2.5 9/10
    Montrose double chance 4/5

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  2. Oscarsal 2 months ago

    Its a banger Mark. Thanks for this wonderful tips

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  3. Numptie43 2 months ago

    Its a banger Mark. Thanks for this wonderful tips

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  4. Numptie43 2 months ago

    Nice treble I hit crossbar thanks to Arbroath conceding late

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  5. Smallheath 2 months ago

    Top tipping again Mark Walker….

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