Mr Fixit’s Scottish Treble | 4th April 2015


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

Aberdeen v Partick Thistle | Saturday 15:00

Aberdeen’s title challenge may be all over bar the shouting but they’ve still had a terrific campaign and made Pittodrie a fortress with the second best record in the Premiership.

The Dons have beaten Partick Thistle twice this season without conceding and should make it three in a row. Derek McInnes’s men are 11/20 with BetVictor to win and 13/8 with the same firm to do so and keep a clean sheet.

Stirling Albion v Airdrie | Saturday 15:00

Sorry Stirling have long since been doomed in League One. They are rock bottom of the table and have suffered nine defeats in their last 11 games.

They host a Diamonds side who have hit some sparkling form – six wins in eight – and are still right in the hunt for a play-off spot.
Airdrie routed Stirling 4-1 when they last met at the end of February and can take the victory again today at 5/6 with BetVictor.

Rangers v Hearts | Sunday 12:15 | BT Sport 1

The champions head to Rangers for what could be an Easter Sunday spectacular. I don’t buy into the argument the Jambos will ease up now – especially not at Ibrox.

Robbie Neilson’s men will be out to prove their supremacy in a season where they’ve suffered just one league defeat. There’s no doubt Stuart McCall has improved Gers but I’m backing the Jambos at 6/4 with BetVictor.

Best Bets

Aberdeen v Partick Thistle – Aberdeen to win (11/20 BetVictor)

Stirling Albion v Airdrie – Airdrie to win (5/6 BetVictor)

Rangers v Hearts – Hearts to win (6/4 BetVictor)

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