Scottish Football Tips | Mr Fixit’s Treble | 5th November 2016


SCOTLAND'S most famous tipster Mr Fixit (@mrfixittips) returns with three more of his favourite weekend fancies.

Hearts v St Johnstone | Saturday 15:00

Hearts fought out a thrilling 3-3 draw at Inverness last week and their home clash with Saints could be another spectacle.

The last three meetings at Tynecastle have produced 14 goals and Saints come into this one with their previous three games having seen both teams score.

Neither side are likely to sit back on Saturday so take Over 2.5 Goals at 22/23 with Marathon.

Celtic v Inverness | Saturday 15:00

Inverness are the only Scottish team to avoid defeat to Celtic so far this season but lightning is unlikely to strike twice.

The rampant Hoops are going for a seventh straight domestic win buoyed by their impressive 1-1 Champions League draw at Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday night.

Seven of Caley Thistle's last eight meetings at Parkhead have gone Over 2.5 Goals and although the Highlanders are in decent form I don't see them stopping Brendan Rodgers's juggernaut.

Take Celtic to score Over 2.5 Goals at 3/4 with Betfair.

Queen of the South v Dundee United | Saturday 15:00

There are some big games in the Championship and best bets are Dundee United at a QoS side who have failed to score in their last seven league encounters.

Queens lost 5-0 to Morton in their last home game and face a United outfit on the surge under Ray McKinnon with four wins in a row.

The Terrors are up to second and can keep the pressure on leaders Hibs by plundering the points at Palmerston at a chunky price of 17/10 with Ladbrokes.

Best Bets

Hearts v St Johnstone – Over 2.5 Goals (22/23 Marathon)

Celtic v Inverness – Celtic to score Over 2.5 Goals (3/4 Betfair)

Queen of the South v Dundee United – Dundee United to win (17/10 Ladbrokes)

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