Scottish Football Tips | Mr Fixit’s Treble | 24th September 2016


THE Daily Record’s Mr Fixit (@mrfixittips) shares his best bets Saturday’s Scottish football.

Partick v Motherwell | Saturday 15.00

Thistle haven’t won in five – including four straight losses – and prop up the Premiership ahead of the visit of Motherwell who have star striker Louis Moult back on top form.

The hitman marked his return from injury with a four-goal haul in last weekend’s derby demolition of Hamilton and Well are now unbeaten in three.

I like the Steelmen not to lose at 3/4 with Bet365.

Hearts v Ross County | Saturday 15.00

Hearts should get back to winning ways after last week’s narrow defeat at St Johnstone.

The Jambos had strung together three straight victories before that setback and are still sitting second in the table with plenty room for improvement.

County parked the bus and rode their luck to eke out a point at Rangers last weekend but that made it three games without a win for the Staggies.

Hearts can edge victory on home soil here at 6/7 with Marathon.

East Fife v Livingston | Saturday 15.00

Livi have played six, won five in League One and sit go neck and neck with Alloa at the top of the League One table as they eye an immediate return to the Championship.

The Lions squad is a level above most League One sides and they will be confident of full points at East Fife who’ve won just one in four.

Take Livi to win at 6/5 with BetVictor.

Best Bets

Partick v Motherwell – Motherwell double chance (3/4 Bet365)

Hearts v Ross County – Hearts to win (6/7 Marathon)

East Fife v Livingston – Livingston to win (6/5 BetVictor)

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