SCOTLAND’S top tipster Mr Fixit (@MrFixitTips) is back with a treble for the weekend. What do you think?
St Mirren v Kilmarnock | Saturday 15:00
One win will seal Kilmarnock’s safety and as the Premiership splits they could well get it at the first attempt. Gary Locke wants the club’s top-flight future secured quickly so he can plan for next season.
So he must have been delighted when the computer handed him a post-split week one trip to Paisley to face a St Mirren side with the worst home record in the UK. Killie have beaten the Buddies three times this season – all by one goal – and are 7/5 with Ladbrokes to notch a fourth.
Ross County v Partick Thistle | Saturday 15:00
Today’s other bottom-six clash sees County entertain the Jags. County have won eight of their last nine and edged out the Firhill men 1-0 in Dingwall just last month.
One point separates the sides and I’m backing County to seal survival. They can get the win but I’m erring on the side of caution and advising County draw no bet at 5/6 at BetVictor.
Berwick v East Fife | Saturday 15:00
Berwick battered four past East Stirling last week and can be in the goals again when East Fife visit Shielfield. The clubs have met four times this season with all four producing five goals with both scoring – three 3-2s.
St Mirren v Kilmarnock – Kilmarnock to win (7/5 Ladbrokes)
Ross County v Partick Thistle – Ross Draw No Bet (5/6 BetVictor)
Berwick v East Fife – Both Teams To Score (8/15 Bet 365)
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