Mr Fixit’s Scottish Treble | 18th April 2015


THE Daily Record’s football tipster Mr Fixit (@mrfixittips) gives us his three best bets in Scotland this weekend.

Aberdeen v Dundee United | Saturday 15.00

United ended their 10-game winless streak last week against freefalling Hamilton but the revival is set to be stopped in its tracks Pittodrie.

Aberdeen are going for a third straight victory as they finish the season strongly and should be too good for Jackie McNamara’s young side.

Take the Dons at 8/13 with the likes of Ladbrokes and Coral.

Alloa v Queen of the South | Saturday 15.00

Queens look a solid shout at 1/1 with BetVictor to keep their momentum going with victory at the Wasps.

James Fowler’s men have proved their mettle by beating Falkirk, Rangers and Hibs in their last three.

Another three points will almost seal their play-off spot and they can get it against an Alloa side whose victory over Dumbarton last week was their first win in 10 games.

Peterhead v Forfar | Saturday 15.00

It’s tight at the top of League One with just three points separating the top three sides and Forfar can keep their noses in front today.

The Loons have reeled off five straight wins while Peterhead’s recent form is patchy with just one victory in five attempts. The sides have already met four times this season, with Forfar winning three of them.

They’re 11/10 at William Hill for the points today that will keep them top of the table.

Best Bets

Aberdeen v Dundee United – Aberdeen to win (8/13 Coral)

Alloa v Queen of the South – Queen of the South to win (1/1 BetVictor)

Peterhead v Forfar – Forfar to win (11/10 William Hill)

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