Scottish Football – Get behind this goal-heavy selection, says Dino Vita

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PRO PUNTER Dino Vita’s (@VitaDino) bids to continue his superb run of six weekend winning Scottish NAPs in seven on Saturday.

Morton v Queen of the South | Saturday 4th November 2017, 15:00

My selection this weekend comes from the Scottish Championship as Morton host Queen of the South on Saturday.

I’m looking at the Both Teams To Score (4/5 William Hill) market as the two teams have been amongst the goals this season.

Both clubs have seen 7/11 (64%) league games feature BTTS winners. Morton have conceded at least once in all of their home games so far this season and Queen of the South have scored in all bar one road trip.

I’m hoping the goals will flow on Saturday and get us back to winning ways.

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Morton v Queen of the South – Both Teams To Score (4/5 William Hill)

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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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