Scottish Football: Capital gains awaiting Well, says Mr Fixit

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DAILY RECORD star Mr Fixit (@mrfixittps) returns with his best bets from Saturday's action in Scotland.

Hearts v Motherwell | Saturday 14th September 2019, 15:00

Hearts are still without a victory this season and their winless league run stretches back 11 games, eight of which have been defeats. They were lucky not to lose at home to struggling Hamilton in a 2-2 Tynecastle draw before the international break and the pressure is piling on Craig Levein.

Motherwell were impressive 3-0 winners against Hibs before the break and their only league defeat so far came against champions Celtic, although they were beaten 2-1 at home by Hearts in the League Cup.

They can avenge that loss in the capital and are as big as 5/2 at bet365. Back them draw no bet at 29/20 with Unibet.

Rangers v Livingston | Saturday 14th September 2019, 15:00

This Ibrox meeting is second v third and I'm on Steven Gerrard's men to bounce back from their Old Firm defeat. Gerrard is boosted by the addition of £7million man Ryan Kent and the fact fewer of his players were away on international duty.

Gers are no bigger than 1/5 to win so take them to -2 on the Asian Handicap at 15/13 with BetVictor. Last season it was 4-1 and 3-0 at Ibrox.

Montrose v East Fife | Saturday 14th September 2019, 15:00

In League One it's bottom v top and I fancy East Fife at 11/10 with Bet365.

Montrose picked up their sole point on the opening day and East Fife are unbeaten, drawing their first two fixtures then winning three on the spin.

The Fifers won 2-0 on both trips to Links Park last season and can make it three in a row.

Best Bets

Hearts v Motherwell – Motherwell draw no bet (29/20 Unibet)

Rangers v Livingston – Rangers -2 Asian Handicap (15/13 BetVictor)

Montrose v East Fife – East Fife to win (11/10 Bet365)

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Mr Fixit is the resident football tipster at the Daily Record, Scotland's best read newspaper. He's also the proud host of one the best betting communities on the web, MrFixitsTips.co.uk.

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