Mr Fixit’s Scottish Treble | 9th May 2015


THE Daily Record’s Mr Fixit (@mrfixittips) shares his latest treble with us at WeLoveBetting.

Queen of the South v Rangers | Saturday 17.30

Almost all the focus will be on Rangers today as they launch their bid to return to the top flight. Stuart McCall’s men will have to come through three tough ties to win promotion and it could be beyond them.

Even the first hurdle is laced with difficulty with trips to Palmerston producing Rangers’ worst results of the season. Queen of the South look overpriced to beat the Ibrox men having done so twice this season – 2-0 and 3-0 – with the second one coming as recently as a month ago.

I’m tempted by Queens at a biggest 11/4 at BetVictor but the bet I’ll be doing is Queens draw no bet at 15/8 with Betway.

Alloa v Brechin | Saturday 15.00

Alloa have one foot in the Championship play-off final after a 2-0 win at Brechin in midweek.

They outclassed the League One side who were lucky to avoid a bigger defeat.

New boss Danny Lennon has got the Wasps buzzing again and I’m on them at 4/5 with William Hill to extend their lead and ease through to the final.

Ross County v St Mirren | Saturday 15.00

County look best bets in the Premiership at home to St Mirren who were officially relegated by Motherwell’s win over Kilmarnock on Friday night.

Victory for County would all but guarantee their survival and they can get it against a Saints side who have lost six of their last seven.

Jim McIntyre’s men have been in great form with just one defeat in 11 matches and are good value at 4/6 at Betfred.

Best Bets

Queen of the South v Rangers – Queen of the South draw no bet (15/8 Betway)

Alloa v Brechin – Alloa to win (4/5 Alloa)

Ross County v St Mirren – Ross County to win (4/6 Betfred)

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