Scottish Football – A thriller fancied at Easter Road, says Mr Fixit


THE Daily Record's Mr Fixit (@mrfixittps) shares his best bets from the weekend's Scottish football scene.

Hibs v Rangers | Sunday 13th May 2018, 12:30 | BT Sport

Aberdeen have been the easiest of opponents for the Old Firm this season while Hibs have been the toughest.

The Dons have taken just one point from 21 against Celtic and Rangers so it's incredible they remain second going into the final 90 minutes. Hibs have gathered 10 points from the Glasgow giants and are aiming for a third defeat of Rangers this season.

I planned to back them until their dismal show against Hearts ended hopes of second and now they are confined to fourth. But Neil Lennon's men will play a huge role in whether it goes to Aberdeen or Rangers.

Lenny's side won't lie down even if they edge has been taken away and it's a fixture with a recent history of goals. The last seven meetings – including all three this season – have seen both teams scoring and Over 2.5 Goals.

Go for another thriller with Over 2.5 Goals at 10/11 with William Hill.

Kilmarnock v Hearts | Sunday 13th May 2018, 12:30

Elsewhere on the Premiership final day this Rugby Park battle has only pride at stake.

I'm on Steve Clarke's men to finish a super season on a high. It's been honours even this season but Killie lead their visitors by seven points and are a decent price of 7/5 at Marathon on the plastic.

Hearts have turned it on at home but are poor away with just one win in 13 and none in the last eight.

Dumbarton v Alloa | Saturday 12th May 2018, 15:00

In the Championship play-off final Dumbarton lead Alloa 1-0 but the Wasps were the better side at home and can put a fight.

Back Both Teams To Score at evens with bet365.

Best Bets

Hibs v Rangers – Over 2.5 Goals (10/11 William Hill)

Kilmarnock v Hearts – Kilmarnock to win (7/5 Marathon)

Dumbarton v Alloa – Both Teams To Score (1/1 Bet365)

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