Scottish Football Tips | Dino Vita’s NAP | 28th November 2015


NOT one but TWO NAPS from Dino Vita (@VitaDino) this weekend. Aren’t we lucky?

St Johnstone v Dundee | Friday 19:45 | BT Sport 1

I’ve gone for two selections this weekend because both bets are jumping out saying their going to come in. I’m getting these up early too as I can’t see these prices kicking around till the weekend!

St Johnstone host Dundee on Friday night and all I can see is goals. St Johnstone’s games involving goals this season have been quite incredible. 17 matches with 16 BTTS, 14 going Over 2.5 and they’ve scored in every game. I don’t think you need much more info than that!

Dundee have been involved in the goals in recent weeks themselves. Indeed their last seven games have all paid out on BTTS. Overall 12 of their 16 games have landed BTTS with nine of 16 seeing Over 2.5 Goals. So when these two come together all I can see is goals!

Falkirk v Fraserburgh | Saturday 15:00

My second selection comes from the William Hill Scottish Cup as last year’s runners-up Falkirk host Highland League side Fraserburgh on Saturday.

Falkirk have been in excellent form this season, only losing four games this season. Three of those defeats came away to Ross County in the League Cup, away to Rangers and at home to Hibs in the league which is no embarrassment considering how well all three have played this season.

Falkirk sit third in the Championship and are in good form. Peter Houston’s side are unbeaten in five, winning four of them and clearly look best of the rest in the Championship.

Houston has them playing some excellent football and they’ll fancy their chances against non-league Fraserburgh on Saturday afternoon that’s for sure.

Fraserburgh sit ninth in the Highland League, a long way off the Top 3. The Scottish Cup draw has favoured them so far this season after being pitted against two non-league sides in the 1st and 2nd Rounds but full time Falkirk away represents a massive step up in class.

Fraserburgh have done well to reach this stage but Falkirk will put an end to that on Saturday and I think they will run out comfortable winners.

Best Bets

St Johnstone v Dundee – Over 2.5 Goals (20/19 Marathonbet)

Falkirk v Fraserburgh – Falkirk -1 (4/5 Paddy Power)

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I've been following football for as long as I can remember and my mates call me 'Statto' for my great knowledge of the game. Hibs and Manchester United are my favourite teams. In terms of betting, I was fascinated with football coupons from my early teens and have spent many years using my knowledge to make profit. I'm excited at sharing my selections with the WeLoveBetting audience.

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