Scottish Football: Mr Fixit hunts a second successive winning treble


SCOTLAND'S most famous tipster Mr Fixit (@mrfixittips) scooped a winning treble last week. He's back with three more of his favourite weekend fancies.

Hibs v Falkirk | Saturday 15:00

In one of only two Championship games this weekend Hibs entertain a Falkirk side with just one victory in six outings.

Hibs, now back on top of the table after three straight wins, beat the Bairns back in August and can repeat the victory to move three points clear of Dundee United at the summit.

They are a best 4/6 at Betfred but there is better value to be found in backing Both Teams To Score.

This has landed in the last six meetings and four of the last five head-to-heads at Easter Road have been score draws.

Falkirk have netted on their last six visits to Leith so take BTTS in this one at 19/20 with Bwin.

Dumbarton v Morton | Saturday 15:00

The other Championship game should see a win for Morton at Dumbarton.

Jim Duffy's side have lost just one of their last seven in the Championship – at Dundee United – and have lost only two of their last eight trips across the water.

Dumbarton will be boosted by last week's victory at St Mirren but Morton are much better just now and look big at 27/17 with Marathon.

I'll keep the stalemate onside by going Morton draw no bet at 11/12 with Marathon.

Dunfermline v Dundee United | Saturday 15:00

It's IRN-BRU quarter-finals weekend with some interesting ties.

Resurgent United edged out Dunfermline 1-0 in the league on Tuesday and can beat the Pars for a fourth time this season.

They won 3-1 at East End Park in September and are 11/10 with Paddy Power for victory this weekend against the struggling Fifers who haven't won in five.

Best Bets

Hibs v Falkirk – Both Teams To Score (19/20 Bwin)

Dumbarton v Morton – Morton draw no bet (11/12 Marathon)

Dunfermline v Dundee United – Dundee United to win (11/10 Paddy Power)

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