Scottish Premier League Bet

Match of the Day is not yet on our TV screens but the new soccer season has already started you know. Outside the Premiership quite a few leagues are already underway. The Socottish Premiership is one of them. With the relegation of Rangers it looks to be a one horse race in the ante post […]

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Celtic 2/1 To Win The League This Weekend…7/1 Action Packed Old Firm

Celtic can win the title this weekend if they defeat Rangers at Ibrox and Motherwell fail to beat Kilmarnock. William Hill are offering 2/1 that Celtic lift the trophy on Sunday and they are 10/11 to win their match, while Motherwell are the 7/5 favourites to win their match at Killie. Hills are expecting a full blooded affair and offer 7/1 that both Celtic and Rangers score, a penalty is awarded AND a red card is shown.

“Rangers will be desperate to prevent their rivals from lifting the trophy at Ibrox, while Celtic would love nothing more than that,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Both teams will be going all out for victory and this could be one of the feistiest Old Firm games in years.”

SPL Specials

Celtic can clinch the title this weekend if they win at Ibrox
and Motherwell fail to beat Kilmarnock.
Celtic to Win Title this weekend 2/1

Old Firm Specials

Match Odds
Rangers 5/2
Draw 11/5
Celtic 10/11

Handicap Odds
Rangers (+1) 5/6
Tie 11/4
Celtic (-1) 11/5

Either Side to Come from behind and Win 5/1

Red Card in Match
Both Teams to Score
Penalty Awarded in Match
All the above 3 to happen 7/1

Celtic led the last Old Firm match at Ibrox at Half Time before
being beaten 4-2.
Rangers to lead at Half Time and Celtic to win match 22/1
Celtic to lead at Half Time and Rangers to win match 33/1

Rangers 17/2
Celtic 10/1

Rangers 3/1
Celtic 29/20

Rangers 11/2
Celtic 23/10

No-one has scored a Hat-trick in an Old Firm game since
Ally McCoist in 1983/84. The last Hat-trick in an Old Firm
League match was Stevie Chalmers in 1966
Any player to score a Hat-trick in today’s match 18/1

David Healy 40/1
Kyle Lafferty 50/1
Sone Aluko 50/1
Gary Hooper 25/1
Anthony Stokes 33/1
Georgios Samaras 40/1

Will this match explode into action from kick off?
David Healy 30/1
Kyle Lafferty 33/1
Andrew Little 33/1
Sone Aluko 35/1
Lee McCulloch 35/1
Steven Davis 50/1
Gary Hooper 20/1
Anthony Stokes 25/1
Georgios Samaras 30/1
James Forrest 33/1
Joe Ledley 40/1
Scott Brown 50/1
Singles Only

David Healy 20/1
Kyle Lafferty 25/1
Andrew Little 25/1
Sone Aluko 28/1
Lee McCulloch 28/1
Steven Davis 33/1
Gary Hooper 14/1
Anthony Stokes 20/1
Georgios Samaras 22/1
James Forrest 25/1
Joe Ledley 33/1
Scott Brown 33/1

Lafferty v Hooper
Kyle Lafferty 5/4
Gary Hooper 4/7

Healy v Samaras
David Healy 5/6
Georgios Samaras 5/6

Aluko v Forrest
Sone Aluko 5/6
James Forrest 5/6

Davis v Brown
Steven Davis EVS
Scott Brown 8/11

McCulloch v Ledley
Lee McCulloch 8/11
Joe Ledley EVS

Both Players must start in the pairings or void

With 6 red cards shown in the last 7 Old Firm Matches will
Calum Murray have to flash the Red Card in this match
Yes Evs
No 8/11

Steven Whittaker is the last player to net a penalty in an Old Firm
match at Ibrox when he scored last February. That was one of
three penalties scored in last seven Old Firm games at Ibrox
A Penalty Awarded in The Match 11/4
A Penalty Awarded and Scored 16/5
A Penalty Awarded and Missed 11/1
Rangers Awarded a Penalty and Scored 8/1
Rangers Awarded a Penalty and Missed 20/1
Celtic Awarded a Penalty and Scored 13/2
Celtic Awarded a Penalty and Missed 20/1

Rangers Booking 9/4
Celtic Booking 11/4
Celtic Goal 7/2
Rangers Goal 5/1
Celtic Penalty 12/1
Rangers Penalty 14/1
Celtic Red Card 20/1
Rangers Red Card 20/1

Other SPL Matches

Aberdeen v Inverness
The team that has scored first in matches between these sides has
went on to win the match in everyone of the last 13 games
Rory Fallon to Score First and Aberdeen to win 7/1
Richie Foran to Score First and Inverness to ein 25/1

Dunfermline v St Mirren
Dunfermline are unbeaten in their last 4 home games against
St Mirren and will be looking for the same results in Jim
Jeffries’ first match in charge
Dunfermline Draw No Bet 5/4

Hibernian v Dundee Utd
In the last 3 matches between the sides at least one side has scored
exactly 3 goals on 4 occasions
Hibs or Dundee Utd to Score exactly 3 goals 10/3

Kilmarnock v Motherwell
Both games between these sides this season have finished goalless.
No Goalscorer in match 7/1

St Johnstone v Hearts
Hearts have scored exactly 2 goals in their last 4 matches
Hearts to Score exactly two goals 17/5

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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Celtic Odds On For William Hill Scottish Cup

****************************William Hill SCOTTISH CUP UPDATE***********

**Following todays matches and draw here are the revised odds from the sponsors

To Win William Hill Scottish Cup

St Mirren10/1

To Qualify For Final
St Mirren10/3

Name The Finalists
Hibernian v Hearts8/1
Hibernian v Celtic 2/1
Hibernian v St Mirren8/1
Aberdeen v Celtic8/5
Aberdeen v Hearts13/2
Aberdeen v St Mirren13/2

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William Hill S P L Specials


As Celtic made it 13 SPL wins in a row people are
now wondering if anyone can stop them.
Celtic to win all remaining 13 SPL Matches 40/1
Celtic Not to LOSE any more SPL Matches 11/4

For the second time this season there were calls for
goaline technology to be used in the SPL after claims
that Hearts had the ball over the line before Celtic
opened the scoring
Goaline Technology to be introduced in the SPL by
the start of the 2012/23 Season
Yes 5/4
No 4/7

Who will be bottom of the SPL on Sunday Morning
Hibernian 7/1
Dunfermline 1/16

There have been plenty of goals scored in the SPL in
2012 with only two goalless draws this year.
Over 16.5 5/6
Under 16.5 5/6


Dunfermline v Rangers
Rangers grabbed four goals in their last SPL match and
on their last visit to East End Park they left with a
4-0 victory
Rangers to Score 4 or more goals 4/1

Celtic v Inverness
Scott Brown is turning into a goal machine with a
goal in each of his last 4 matches
Brown to Score Anytime and Celtic to Win 9/4

Hibernian v Aberdeen
Eoin Doyle opened his Hibs account last week v Killie and
Scott Vernon was once again on target for the Dons.
Doyle and Vernon both to Score Anytime 11/2

Kilmarnock v Hearts
Neither side has scored more than a single goal in
each of their last 3 matches. Only one goal has been
scored in their two meetings this season
Under 2.5 goals in match 6/10

St Johnstone v Dundee Utd
Francisco Sandaza scored a double when he played
against United in August.
Sandaza to Score 2 or more 5/1

St Mirren v Motherwell
Henrik Ojamaa has scored 4 goals in his last three
Ojamaa to Score Anytime 6/4

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William Hill Scottish Cup: Sponsor’s Specials

William Hill Scottish Cup Fourth Round Specials

To Win Cup Outright
Rangers 9/4
Celtic 9/4
Hearts 12/1
Dundee Utd 14/1
Motherwell 14/1
Aberdeen 20/1
Hibernian 25/1
Kilmarnock 33/1
Inverness 40/1
St Johnstone 40/1
St Mirren 50/1
Dunfermline 66/1
Dundee 66/1
Hamilton 80/1
Falkirk 80/1
William Hill are BEST price on every side to win the
William Hill Scottish Cup – the prices above are correct
as of 8pm Thursday 5/1/12

Old Firm v The Rest
Old Firm Winner 8/13
Anyone Else Win Cup 6/5

Non SPL Winner 16/1

Non SPL Side in Final 5/1

Old Firm to meet in the Final 5/1

How many goals will be scored in the Fourth Round (not including replays)
Under 40 11/4
40 – 45 9/4
Over 45 4/5

How many SPL Sides will be in the Fifth Round?
11 15/8
9 – 10 4/5
8 or Below 7/2

How many First Division Sides will be in the Fifth Round?
7 8/1
5 – 6 4/11
4 or below 11/4

To Qualify for Fifth Round
Dundee 5/6
Kilmarnock 5/6

Airdrie 4/1
Dundee Utd 1/7

Cowdenbeath 11/4
Hibernian 1/4

Falkirk 1/6
East Fife 7/2

Forfar 17/5
Aberdeen 2/11

Hearts 1/100
Auchinleck 16/1

Inverness 1/3
Dunfermline 9/4

Livingston 1/3
Ayr Utd 9/4

Motherwell 1/33
Queens Park 10/1

Partick 2/5
QOS 7/4

Raith 8/11
Morton Evs

Ross County 2/9
Stenhousemuir 3/1

St Johnstone 1/10
Brechin 11/2

St Mirren 1/4
Hamilton 11/4

Arbroath 10/1
Rangers 1/33

Peterhead 16/1
Celtic 1/100

Non SPL Side to progress the furthest?
Dundee 4/1
Ross County 4/1
Falkirk 6/1
Livingston 6/1
Hamilton 8/1
Raith 12/1
Morton 16/1
Partick 16/1
Ayr Utd 20/1
QOS 20/1
Airdrie 25/1
Brechin 33/1
Cowdenbeath 40/1
East Fife 40/1
Forfar 40/1
Stenhousemuir 40/1
Queens Park 66/1
Arbroath 100/1
Auchinleck 100/1
Peterhead 100/1
Dead Heat Rules Apply

Auchinleck Talbot, Arbroath and Peterhead will all be taking
part in what could be the biggest matches of their recent histories.
The three clubs are all quoted at double figure odds as they
try to become Giantkillers. That’s a tall order and the clubs
will be happy just top put on a good show and possibly grab a goal
Auchinleck To Score a Goal 2/1
Auchinleck Not to Score a Goal 4/11

Arbroath To Score a Goal 11/4
Arbroath Not to Score a Goal 1/4

Peterhead To Score a Goal 7/4
Peterhead Not to Score a Goal 2/5

Auchinleck, Arbroath and Peterhead all to score 33/1


Dundee v Kilmarnock

Killie came from behind on Monday when they took all three
points against St Mirren
Killie to Come from behind and Win 17/2
Killie to Come from behind and Win or Draw 4/1

Jake Hyde has scored 4 goals in his last six games and in all
three matches Dundee won.
Hyde to Score Anytime and Dundee to Win 10/3

Hearts v Auchinleck Talbot

Auchinleck have the biggest game in their history but all the
pressure will be on the Jambos as they will be expected to
win with some goals to spare.

Hearts (-3) 7/4
Tie 10/3
Auchinleck (+3) 17/20

Hearts (-4) 4/1
Tie 5/1
Auchinleck (+4) 7/20

Hearts (-5) 17/2
Tie 15/2
Auchinleck (+5) 1/9

Over 5.5 Goals in Match 4/1

Total Hearts Goals
None 14/1
One 6/1
Two 16/5
Three 3/1
Four or More 23/20

Hearts to Win to Nil 8/15

Arbroath v Rangers

Rangers’ last two visits to Arbroath in the Scottish Cup have
finished 3-0 to Rangers.
Rangers to Win 3-0 11/2

Rangers to Win to Nil 2/5

David Healy started last week and grabbed his first goal of the
season and was joined by Sone Aluko who scored his first ever
goal for Rangers
Healy and Aluko both to score 19/20

John Fleck may get an extended run in the side due to the
current injury crisis.
Fleck to Score anytime and Rangers to win 4/6

Arbroath (+2) 12/5
Tie 10/3
Rangers (-2) 4/6

Arbroath (+3) 11/10
Tie 3/1
Rangers (-3) 6/4

Peterhead v Celtic

Peterheads Rory McAllister scored in every round he played
in the Scottish Cup last season when he was at Brechin City,
including a double against SPL St Johnstone, this will be his first
appearance in the cup this season.
Rory McAllister to Score at Anytime 6/1

Total Celtic Goals
None 16/1
One 13/2
Two 17/5
Three 3/1
Four or More 19/20

Celtic to Win to Nil 2/5

Peterhead (+3) 6/4
Tie 3/1
Celtic (-3) 11/10

Peterhead (+4) 5/6
Tie 3/1
Celtic (-4) 2/1

Rangers and Celtic both to win by 3 or more goals 11/4

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518164

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Scottish Football 2012 Specials

William Hill:

Scottish Football 2012 Specials

Which side will stay unbeaten the longest in 2012?
Rangers EVS
Celtic 8/11
(all competitions count)

Who will win most SPL matches in 2012?
Rangers 11/10
Celtic 4/6

Rangers Not to lose in SPL in 2012 33/1

Celtic Not to lose in SPL in 2012 33/1

A Non SPL side to win the Scottish Cup 10/1

Leaders of 4 Scottish Divisions on 1/1/12
to win their respective divisions 13/1

Craig Levein, Ally McCoist and Neil Lennon
all still to be in same jobs on 31/12/12 7/4

Scotland to win all 4 World Cup matches in 2012 25/1

Any Scottish Side to Qualify from Champions League
Group stages in 2012 4/1

With the January Transfer Window now open Rangers fans will be hoping
that Nikica Jelavic is still a Rangers player in February.
Which Club Will Nikica Jelavic be at after the Window Closes?
Rangers 11/10
QPR 7/2
West Brom 5/1
Sunderland 7/1
Liverpool 8/1
Newcastle 10/1

Kris Boyd could be ready for a return to Ibrox.
Kris Boyds Next Club?
Rangers 6/4
Bristol City 11/4
Celtic 5/1
Blackpool 8/1
Cardiff City 8/1
Aston Villa 12/1
Sunderland 12/1
Kilmarnock 25/1
Hearts 33/1

SPL Specials

Celtic have now won 9 SPL matches in a row can they
keep the run going?
Celtic to WIN all remaining SPL matches this season 80/1

Dunfermline (Away) 17/2
Dundee Utd (Home) 10/1
St Mirren (Away) 8/1
Hearts (Away) 13/2
Inverness (Home) 14/1
Celtic Not to lose any of the above matches 4/9
matches must be played in order above or void

Celtic not to lose any more SPL matches this season 4/1

Rangers not to lose any more SPL matches this season 5/1

With Celtic scheduled to play 3 SPL matches in January compared to
Rangers having 4, this gives Rangers a chance to be top going into February
Celtic 5/6
Rangers 5/6
Both sides must play all their scheduled matches this month or void

Ross County have only lost the one match in the First Division
all season and that run doesn’t look like ending after their late
equaliser at Falkirk.
Ross County not to lose any more league matches this season 100/1

With a full card of SPL games on Monday will 2012 start off with a Bang.
only 9 goals were scored in the last fixtures of 2011 will 2012 be better
Over 13.5 4/6
Under 13.5 11/10

You can have a bet on every SPL side to score by picking up the Both Teams to Score
coupon in your shops now. One of the most popular coupons available and all
you do is predict in as many or little matches as you wish whether you think both
sides will score in the match – Yes or No – its as simple as that
A £10 bet on YES in all 6 SPL games could win you £474 if all 12 sides scored.

All 5 matches on Wednesday saw every player finish the match with 11 men
so will there be any red cards this week?
None 8/11
1 – 2 5/2
3 or more 3/1


There have been two penalties scored in the last 3 derbies at Easter Road
A penalty awarded and scored 4/1

Garry O’Connor ended his 9 match run without a goal by netting against
Inverness on Wednesday. He scored in the last two derbies he played in
at Easter Road
O’Connor to score anytime and Hibs to Win 12/5

Hearts have failed to score in their last 4 away matches in the SPL
Hibernian to Win to Nil 18/5

Hearts are unbeaten in the last 8 Edinburgh derbies
Hearts Draw NO Bet 8/13

Stephen Elliot is the form striker at Hearts just now and he has also scored
in his last two visits to Easter Road
Elliot to score and Hearts to Win 3/1

Someone always seems to keep a clean sheet when these sides meet. In the past
6 matches only once have both sides scored.
No for Both teams to Score 5/6

Jonathan Hayes is on fire for the Highlanders with 3 goals in his last 5 matches
Hayes to Score anytime for Inverness 11/4

Francisco Sandaza is the player that makes the Saints tick. He has scored the
same number of goals in his last two games as St Johnstone did in the 4 matches
that they were without him.
Sandaza to Score 2 or more goals 7/1

Four of the last 5 matches have seen 4 goals scored in them. Are we in for
another high scoring match?
Exactly 4 goals scored in the match 5/1

Three of the last four ‘New Firm’ matches have ended in 3-1 scorelines to the home side
Dundee Utd have won two of them and now aim to make it 3 in a row.
Dundee Utd to win 3-1 14/1

Again Aberdeen will be looking to Scott Vernon to grab the goals which could
give them a victory. He has 3 in his last 5 matches
Vernon to Score and Aberdeen to win 9/2

4 of the last 5 meetings between these sides has seen a goal scored in the last
ten minutes of the match
A Goal scored in the last ten minutes 5/2

Andrew Barrowman scored Dunfermline’s only goal when they met at Celtic Park
Barrowman to Score Anytime 5/1

Between them Anthony Stokes and Gary Hooper have scored 9 of Celtics last
10 away goals.
Stokes and Hooper both to score 17/10

Celtic to win to Nil EVS

Kilmarnock have scored in their last 9 home matches and the Saints have scored
in 5 of their last 6 away matches (only failing to score at Celtic Park) so it
looks like we could see a few goals today.
Both teams to Score in the Match 5/6

After scoring 8 goals in his first 6 matches for Killie. Paul Heffernan has now
failed to score in his last 5 matches. Will he start 2012 with a bang?
Heffernan to Score and Killie to Win 2/1

Former Ayr Utd favourite, Gary Teale, is sure to get a warm reception at Rugby Park
and he will no doubt love to score his first SPL gaol for St Mirren there.
Teale to score anytime 6/1

6 of the last 8 SPL meetings between these sides have produced at least 5 goals
in each of the matches.
Over 4.5 goals in match 11/2

Rangers have won their last 2 SPL games following a Celtic defeat 4-0
Rangers to win 4-0 12/1

Rangers to win to Nil 4/5

Motherwell have saved their best performances for away matches with their
only defeats being at Tynecastle and Celtic Park.
Motherwell (+1) on the handicap 9/4
Motherwell (+2) on the handicap 10/11

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
Twitter @sharpeangle

William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Krismas Time For Rangers ?


KRIS BOYD is 6/4 with William Hill to sign for Rangers now he is a free agent again.’A player of Kris’ proven quality is sure to start a scramble for his signature and it shouldn;t be long before he is snapped up’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Which club will Kris Boyd sign for next?

Rangers – 6/4
Celtic – 5/2
Cardiff – 6/1
Blackpool – 6/1
Aston Villa – 9/1
Sunderland – 12/1
Kilmarnock – 16/1
Hearts – 20/1
Others on request.

Further information…graham sharpe…07803233702
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William Hill S P L Weekend Specials

Weekend SPL Specials

How many Goals will be Scored in the SPL on Saturday?
Over 15.5 8/11
Under 15.5 Evs

Which match will produce the most goals?
Celtic v Hearts 11/4
Hibernian v Rangers 3/1
Dunfermline v Kilmarnock 9/2
Inverness v Dundee Utd 9/2
Aberdeen v St Mirren 11/2
St Johnstone v Motherwell 13/2

Which side will score the Quickest Goal?
Celtic 3/1
Rangers 4/1
Kilmarnock 6/1
Aberdeen 7/1
St Johnstone 8/1
Dundee Utd 10/1
Inverness 10/1
Motherwell 14/1
Dunfermline 16/1
Hearts 20/1
Hibernian 20/1
St Mirren 20/1

Aberdeen dropped to the foot of the table last weekend
can they climb off the bottom after a week?
Who will be bottom of the SPL on Saturday Evening?
Aberdeen 7/4
Dunfermline 15/8
Hibernian 2/1
Inverness 14/1

All matches must take place or markets above are void.

Match Specials

The last 6 meetings between these sides have only seen one team score.
No for Both Teams to Score 8/13

Pat Fenlon saw his debut as Hibs boss cut short when the floodlights
failed at Fir Park, Hibs were 1-0 ahead due to Garry O’Connors
first goal since September.
Garry O’Connor to Score Anytime 11/4

Rangers have not scored a goal from open play for 341 minutes
The only goals scored since Jelavics 19 min strike against Dundee Utd
have been penalties and Own Goals.
Rangers to Score from anything other than
a Penalty, Direct Free Kick or Own Goal 1/4

Hibernian to Keep a Clean Sheet 9/2

There have been two own goals scored in Rangers’
last 4 matches.
An Own Goal Scored in the Match 10/1

Jelavic has scored 3 penalties in Rangers’ last 5 matches
Jelavic to Score a Penalty 9/2

Rangers have only won two of their last 8 matches by
more than a single goal
Hibernian +2 Handicap 4/7

Four of the last six meetings between the sides has
been goalless at Half Time
Half Time Result to be 0-0 7/4

When Scott Vernon scores v St Mirren, Aberdeen win
He scored in both the Dons victories last season
Scott Vernon to Score and Aberdeen to Win 11/5

St Mirren haven’t scored in the Second Half of a match
since their 1-1 draw at Ibrox in October. (8 games ago)
St Mirren to Score NO Second Half Goals 8/13

The last five meetings between these sides have
seen only one team score
No for Both teams to score 4/6

James Forrest has opened the scoring in the last two
meetings at Celtic Park
James Forrest to Score First and Celtic to Win 6/1

Paddy McCourt has netted in the last two matches
against Hearts at home
McCourt to Score Anytime 2/1

Celtic have scored at least 3 goals in three of their
last five matches against Hearts
Celtic to Score 3 or more goals 6/4

Hearts have kept a Clean Sheet in two of their last
four meetings with Celtic. Both were at home but is now
the time for them to shut up shop on the road?
Hearts to keep a Clean Sheet 11/2

Goals Goals Goals
Three of the last four meetings between these sides
have produced at least 5 goals.
Over 4.5 Goals in Match 11/2

In their last home match Dunfermline fought back
from going behind to rescue a point
Dunfermline to Come from Behind and win or draw 9/2

Apart from the Inverness match when Killie leaked 6 goals
their defence has been pretty solid, having 5 clean sheets
in their last 7 matches
Kilmarnock to keep a Clean Sheet 9/5

The last five meetings between these sides in Inverness
has seen all 12 goals scored in the Second Half.
Second Half to be the highest Scoring Half 19/20

With five goals in his last five matches Andrew Shinnie
is the form player for the Highlanders.
Andrew Shinnie to Score Anytime 9/4

Inverness have failed to win 3 of their last 5 matches after
taking a lead.
Dundee Utd to come from behind and win or draw 4/1

The last two matches between these sides have finished 3-0.
One win for each side.
Any side to win 3-0 12/1

Dave Mackay has netted in his last two games. Will he make
it 3 in a row against Motherwell
Dave Mackay to Score Anytime 6/1

Motherwell save their best form for when they are away
from home. They have only lost one of their eight games
Motherwell Draw No Bet 21/20

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William Hill Scottish Cup Specials

Scottish Specials 19th November

William Hill Scottish Cup Specials

Old Firm v The Rest
Old Firm Winner 1/2
Anyone Else Win Cup 6/4

Non SPL Winner 10/1

Non SPL Side in Final 9/2

Old Firm to meet in the Final 5/1

Non League/Junior Side to Reach Fifth Round 4/1

Non League/Junior Side to Beat an SPL Side 33/1

How Many Non League/Junior Sides will be in the Fourth Round
Four or More 9/4
Three or Less 1/3

All Four Junior Sides In Fourth Round 100/1

How Many Junior Sides will be in the Fourth Round
None 7/1
One 1/2
Two 11/4
Three 12/1
Four 100/1

Which Non League Side will progress Furthest?
Auchinleck Talbot 10/11
Inverurie Loco 5/1
Bo’ness 13/2
Irvine Meadow 10/1
Keith 10/1
Deveronvale 14/1
Vale of Leithen 16/1
Culter 20/1
Gala Fairydean 20/1

SPL Specials

Who will be Second in the SPL on Saturday Evening?
Celtic 1/8
Motherwell 9/2

Who will be bottom of the SPL on Saturday Evening?
Inverness 1/4
Aberdeen 7/2
Dunfermline 15/2
Hibernian 20/1
Dundee Utd 66/1
Kilmarnock 250/1

Inverness v Celtic
Both SPL victories for Inverness over Celtic have been
3-2 scorelines.
Inverness to win 3-2 66/1

Highscoring matches are norm when these sides meet
Over 3.5 goals in match 13/8

When Celtic lost in Inverness last season that
was the day that threw the title race wide open
Celtic to lose v Inverness and Win SPL 20/1
Celtic to lose v Inverness and NOT win SPL 8/1
Celtic to Win v Inverness and Win SPL 3/1
Celtic to Win v Inverness and Not win SPL 4/5

Will Celtic blow the title in the Highlands again?
Celtic to lead at Half Time and Fail to win 16/1

Joe Ledley has scored 3 goals in his last two matches
against Inverness
Ledley to Score at Anytime 11/4

Aberdeen v Motherwell
Scott Vernon hasn’t scored since he grabbed a hat trick
v Dunfermline. Will he return to form?
Vernon to Score and Aberdeen to Win 11/4

Motherwell are unbeaten in their last 8 matches
against Aberdeen
Motherwell – Draw No Bet Evs

Dundee Utd v Hearts
Jon Daly has scored in the last two United victories
against Hearts
Daly to Score and Dundee Utd to Win 11/4

Hearts have failed to score in their last three
matches with David Templeton scoring their last goal
Templeton to Score Anytime 10/3

Hibernian v Kilmarnock
When these sides meet there are always goals
Over 3.5 goals in match 12/5

Leigh Griffiths is the form striker at Easter Road. Can he
get Hibs 3 points?
Griffiths to Score and Hibs to Win 16/5

Dean Shiels returns to his former club
Shiels to Score Anytime 2/1

Rangers v St Johnstone
Jelavic looks like scoring every week now
Jelavic to Score a Hat- trick 12/1

Rangers have kept a Clean Sheet in 5 of the last 7
matches against the Saints
Rangers to win to nil 19/20

Former Celt Cillian Sheridan will be hoping to get
one over his old rivals
Sheridan to Score anytime 7/2

St Mirren v Dunfermline
None of their last 5 meetings have produced more than
two goals.
Under 2.5 Goals 19/20

St Mirren to Keep a Clean Sheet 23/20

Dunfermline to Keep a Clean Sheet 16/5

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