Glasgow University Set For A Tough Examination In The William Hill Scottish Cup

School may be out for the summer, but some of the students at Glasgow University are gearing up for the biggest football examination of their lives.

Glasgow University FC will face Selkirk in the first round of the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup on Saturday, and the big prize for whoever graduates into the second round is a potential meeting against Rangers.

Midfielder Marc Hunter, stepping up a grade from GU’s U21 side, is already dreaming of a potential clash against the ‘Old Firm’ giants’ in the second round.

“This is the biggest game I’ve had in my career and made all the bigger with the chance that we can get Rangers in the next round! The thought of playing at Ibrox, getting some money for the club, and playing against international players would be amazing!. It’s a great incentive to get through Saturday’s tie and then hopefully look forward to the draw.”

“I have a pretty good record in the Scottish Cup, albeit in School but we won it when I was in first year so hopefully that success can continue with a win on Saturday. I’d love to grab a goal to take us through and see my name up on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday!”

The potential game against Rangers is a huge carrot for GU, but the students coach Gary Rodgers is keen to keep the players focused on Saturday’s game.

“The players may all be thinking about potentially playing Rangers in the next round but it is the old cliché of taking one game at a time and it is up to us (coaches) to keep the players focused on Saturday as it is going to be a tough match so early in the season. Normally we would have an extra 3 or 4 weeks to prepare for the Scottish Cup ties but we have managed to get a few friendlies in and have played 3 league games so the guys are looking sharp and they all want to play a part on Saturday.”

“It would be amazing for the players, the University and the coaches if we were able to get through and then get drawn against Rangers but that is a long way off yet, we just need to make sure we play to our best on Saturday and get through what is a tricky tie and I have no doubt Selkirk will be thinking along the same lines that they can potentially face Rangers in the next round so it is going to be tough but we’ll be ready.”

The 2010-11 season saw Glasgow University F.C. qualify for the Scottish Cup Second Round for the first time since 1975 after a 1-0 victory at Garscube Sports Complex against Burntisland.

The Cup sponsors, William Hill make the students 3/1 outsiders to win the game, Selkirk are 4/7 – with the draw available at 16/5.

Tony Kenny
Head of sponsorship PR

T: 020 8918 3627
M: 07714138698
E: tkenny@williamhill.co.uk
William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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William Hill Scottish Cup First Round Draw And Odds Unveiled

The sponsors unveiled their odds for the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup following the first draw at Edinburgh Castle this afternoon.

Scottish FA Commercial Director Kenny MacLeod, last season’s winning Hearts captain Marius Zaliuskas and David Russell, William Hill Group HR Director, conducted the first round draw.

Coldstream, who had a seven hour round-trip to Wick in last season ‘Cup, face another long trip to the Highlands. ‘The Streamers’ will face Fraserburgh in the opening round of Scotland’s premier football competition.

Several games could lay claim to being the tie of the round, but the stand out fixture looks set to be the game between Irvine Meadow against Gala Fairydean. The two sides are filled with quality and it should be a rip-roaring first round tie.

Celtic are the 4/5 favourites to lift the cup, while Hearts are 8/1 with the sponsors to retain their crown.

‘The first round draw has thrown up some very juicy ties,’’ said William Hill spokesman Tony Kenny, ‘and we just can’t wait for the action to get underway.’

To win the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup (Sponsors odds)
4/5 Celtic
8/1 Dundee Utd
8/1 Hearts
12/1 Motherwell
14/1 Aberdeen
14/1 Hibernian
14/1 Rangers
20/1 St Johnstone
20/1 Kilmarnock
25/1 Inverness
25/1 St Mirren
40/1 Ross County
50/1 Dundee
50/1 Dunfermline
50/1 Falkirk
66/1 Bar

William Hill Scottish Cup Specials

7/1 Non League Side to Reach Fifth Round

33/1 Non League Side to beat an SPL Side

Non League Side to Progress the Furthest
9/2 Cove Rangers
13/2 Stirling University
7/1 Forres Mechanics
8/1 Irvine Meadow
10/1 Dalbeattie Star
10/1 Inverurie loco
10/1 Nairn County
12/1 Spartans
14/1 Bonnyrigg
14/1 Buckie Thistle
20/1 Shotts
25/1 Fraserburgh
33/1 Deveronvale
33/1 Whitehill Welfare
40/1 Edinburgh City
40/1 Edinburgh University
50/1 Threave Rovers
Others On Request

Highland League Side to Progress the Furthest
7/2 Cove Rangers
4/1 Forres Mechanics
13/2 Inverurie loco
13/2 Nairn County
7/1 Buckie Thistle
12/1 Fraserburgh
14/1 Deveronvale
16/1 Keith
16/1 Wick Academy
20/1 Clachnacuddin
20/1 Formartine Utd
20/1 Huntly
25/1 Brora Rangers
33/1 Lossiemouth
33/1 Turriff Utd
66/1 Rothes
100/1 Fort William

East of Scotland League Side to Progress the furthest?
3/1 Stirling University
7/2 Spartans
13/2 Whitehill Welfare
15/1 Edinburgh University
8/1 Edinburgh City
12/1 CS Strollers
14/1 Gala Fairydean
14/1 Preston Athletic
14/1 Vale of Leithen
20/1 Selkirk
25/1 Coldstream
33/1 Burntisland Shipyard
100/1 Hawick Royal Albert

South of Scotland League Side to Progress the furthest
2/5 Dalbeattie Star
4/1 Threave Rovers
8/1 Newton Stewart
16/1 St Cuthbert Wanderers
16/1 Wigtown & Bladnoch

Junior Side to Progress the Furthest?
8/11 Irvine Meadow
5/2 Bonnyrigg
6/1 Shotts
10/1 Hermes
20/1 Girvan

Tony Kenny
Head of Sponsorship PR

T: 020 8918 3627
M: 07714138698
E: tkenny@williamhill.co.uk
William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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9/1 Hearts Scoop William Hill Scottish Cup…8/1 For Next Year

Hearts won the William Hill Scottish Cup, after defeating Hibernian 5-1. Hearts were the pre tournament third favourites at 9/1 and we well fancied at 6/5 to win the match in 90 minutes. Hills now make the 2012 winners 8/1 to win next year’s tournament while defeated finalists Hibs are 33/1.

“The turning point was the penalty, no doubt and Hibs were always looking to struggle from there, but Hearts remained professional and got the job done,” said Hill’s spokesman Tony Kenny.

Over the course of the sponsorship, Hills have taken the Scottish Cup all over Scotland visiting the length and breadth of the country from Coldstream to Wick in the first round before embarking on a tour that took in Alloa, Wigtown , Bladnoch, Stranraer, Peterhead, Edinburgh and many many more.

“It’s been a fantastic journey to this year’s Hampden with plenty of upsets along the way and we cannot wait for next year’s competition to start,” said Hill’s spokesman Tony Kenny.

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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Historic Edinburgh Derby Final Could Breach £2 Million Mark

The William Hill Scottish Cup reaches its climax on Saturday and the tournament sponsors make Hearts the favourites to lift the trophy in a match that is expected to attract up to £2 million turnover industry wide. The Jambos are 4/7 to win the tournament outright and 6/5 to so in 90 minutes. Hibs are 11/8 to win the trophy and 2/1 to do so in 90 minutes, with the draw also 2/1. Of the £2 million expected to be wagered, Hills predict that 3/4 of that will be from north of the border as Scottish football fans embrace the last match of the season.

“We have not seen an all Edinburgh final for over 100 years and we think that the absence of the Old Firm will pique everybody’s interest just that little bit more,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

With so much riding on the game, the match will undoubtedly tense and very close and Hills are offering 6/1 that the match goes to penalties, while both sides are 10/1 to win the match in that way. Given that this is the first Edinburgh derby in the Final for over 100 years, it could well be a fiery affair and it is just 2/1 for a red card to be shown during the game.

William Hill Scottish Cup Specials:

EDINBURGH ROCK
Hibernian to Keep a Clean Sheet 11/5
Hearts to Keep a Clean Sheet 6/5

BLACK DAY
Ian Black to be Sent Off 6/1

NUMBER NINETEEN
Rudi Skacel wears 19, the game is on the 19th and
a Hat-trick will put him on 19 goals this season
Skacel to Score a Hat Trick 40/1

TRAM DRIVER
Andrew Driver to Score in 90 Minutes 11/2

O’BOY O’BOY
O’Connor and O’Donovan both to Score 16/1

110 YEAR WAIT
Its been 110 years since Hibernian last won the cup
O’Connor to Score in the First 110 seconds 110/1
Hibernian to Score in the 110th Minute 110/1

111 YEARS….
Hearts to Score in the 111th Minute 111/1

NINETEEN O TWO
Number 19 Skacel to Score 2 or more goals 9/1

HAT TRICK HERO
the last time these sides met at Hampden Paul
Hartley scored a Hat Trick
Any Player to Score a Hat Trick 20/1
(90 minutes only)

WOLVES PACK
On loan Wolves pair Matt Doherty and Leigh
Griffiths will be looking to impress their new boss
Doherty or Griffiths to Score First 13/2

WON ON THEIR OWN
Garry O’Connor to Score more than Hearts 9/1
Rudi Skacel to Score more than Hibs 9/2

ZZZZZZZ
Marius Zaliukas has scored 3 own goals this season
Zaliukas to Score an own goal 16/1

Outright Prices:

To win the Cup: 11/8 Hibs; 4/7 Hearts

90 minutes play: 2/1 Hibs; 6/5 Hearts; 2/1 draw

To win in extra time: 14/1 Hibernian; 10/1 Hearts

To win on penalties: 10/1 Hearts; 10/1 Hibs

Red Card in the match: 2/1 yes; 4/11 no

Anytime Goal Wincasts (90 Mins Only)
(Player to Score Anytime and Team to win)
O’Connor and Hibs 11/2
Griffiths and Hibs 11/2
O’Donovan and Hibs 15/2
Doyle and Hibs 15/2
Soares and Hibs 10/1
Others on request

Beattie and Hearts 3/1
Skacel and Hearts 4/1
Elliot and Hearts 9/2
Glen and Hearts 5/1
Smith and Hearts 11/2
Suso and Hearts 11/2
Templeton and Hearts 15/2
Novikovas and Hearts 8/1
Driver and Hearts 8/1
Others on request

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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Fantastic Finale To Football Season Sparks £15million Betting Bonanza

William Hill are predicting a massive betting bonanza in what will be an epic finale to the football season. Saturday sees the Champions League Final, Championship Playoff Final and the William Hill Scottish Cup Final and football fans will be looking forward to having their last punts of what has been a fantastic season at home and abroad.

Chelsea take on Bayern Munich on the German side’s home turf and are underdogs to lift Europe’s biggest trophy. Given the home advantage, Hills are expecting a comfortable victory for Bayern and make them 4/5 to win in 90 minutes and 2/5 to lift the trophy. Chelsea are 7/2 to win in 90 minutes and 15/8 to lift the trophy.

“Chelsea had a bit of luck, a bit of quality and a lot of guts in their victory Barca last time out and we think they will need more of the same in order to get anything out of this game,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hills are predicting that around £10million will be wagered industry wide on the game which would make it one of the largest turnover matches in history.

Arjen Robben is going to coming up against his former club and William Hill make him the 5/1 favourite to be named Man of the Match in the Champions League Final, ahead of his teammates, Mario Gomez at 6/1 and Frank Ribery at 7/1. Those three players are clearly Bayern’s danger men and Hills are offering 12/1 that all three of them score on Saturday evening.

“Chelsea successfully subdued the triple threat of Messi, Xavi and Iniesta in their last Champions League match although Bayern Munich offer a completely different and some would say more potent threat,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Chelsea had to rely on a bit of luck to grab the draw they needed in the Nou Camp and Leo Messi missed a penalty as Chelsea inched into the final. Hills are offering 20/1 that Bayern Munich are awarded a penalty in 90 minutes and miss it.

Didier Drogba was on fine form against Barcelona and he will need to be at his best to help Chelsea lift the trophy. He is 8/1 to open the scoring in the match and the same price to win man of the match. Despite the massive influence that he has had in his time at Chelsea, he s just 8/11 to have left the club by the start of next season (Even money to still be there).

“Drogba has been a fantastic servant to Chelsea and there would be no better way for him to sign off than put in a performance that helped Chelsea lift the trophy,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

PLAYOFF FINAL

Blackpool are taking on West Ham in the Championship playoff final and Hills make the Hammers the 19/20 favourites to win the match in 90 minutes and 8/13 to win promotion. Blackpool are quite big priced outsiders and are 14/5 to win the match in 90 minutes, although are only 5/4 to win promotion.

“There will be a lot of people who will be saying that the Champions League Final will be the showpiece event on Saturday, but given the way that both sides play, the match in Munich may have competition,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

With both sides favouring attack to defence, there is the chance that there could be a few goals and Hills are offering 4/1 that four or more goals are scored and West Ham win in normal time.

Some might say that Big Sam Needs a win in order to keep hold of his job and Hills go 13/8 that he is no longer West Ham boss on the first day of next season (4/9 he is still there).

William Hill SCOTTISH CUP

The William Hill Scottish Cup reaches its climax on Saturday and the tournament sponsors make Hearts the favourites to lift the trophy in a match that is expected to attract up to £2 million turnover industry wide. The Jambos are 4/7 to win the tournament outright and 6/5 to so in 90 minutes. Hibs are 11/8 to win the trophy and 2/1 to do so in 90 minutes, with the draw also 2/1. Of the £2 million expected to be wagered, Hills predict that 3/4 of that will be from north of the border as Scottish football fans embrace the last match of the season.

“These three games are fully expected to draw in at least £15 million industry wide between them as football fans ready themselves for one last hurrah this season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly

William Hill Champions League Prices:

90 minutes: 4/5 Bayern Munich; 7/2 Chelsea; 5/2 Draw

To lift the trophy: 2/5 Bayern Munich; 15/8 Chelsea

Man of the match: 5/1 Arjen Robben; 6/1 Mario Gomez; 7/1 Frank Ribery; 8/1 Didier Drogba; 8/1 Bastian Schweinsteiger; 9/1 Juan Mata; 11/1 Fernando Torres; 11/1 Frank Lampard; 12/1 Petr Cech; 14/1 Thonmas Muller; 16/1 BAR

Ribery, Robben & Gomez to all score: 12/1

Bayern to miss a penalty in 90 minutes: 20/1

Drogba to be at Chelsea on the first day of next season: 1/1 yes; 8/11 no

Playoff prices:

90 minutes winner: 14/5 Blackpool; 19/20 West Ham; 5/2 Draw

Win promotion: 5/4 Blackpool; 8/13 West Ham

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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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

Celtic8/15
Aberdeen6/1
Hibernian6/1
Hearts15/2
St Mirren10/1

To Qualify For Final
Aberdeen8/11
HibernianEVS
Celtic1/2
Hearts10/3
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

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

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United Odds On For Title For 1st Time In Six Months

NOW UNITED ARE ODDS-ON TO RETAIN TITLE – CELTIC ODDS-ON FOR WH SCOTTISH CUP

MANCHESTER UNITED are now 8/13 favourites with William Hill to retain the Premier League title after beating West Brom as Manchester City lost to Swansea and drifted out to 6/5, with Spurs now out to 250/1. ‘United haven’t been odds on for the title since late September, but as ever seem to be making their move at just the right time’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills now offer 7/4 that Mancini will be an ex-manager of Man City by the start of next season, 2/5 that he will still be in charge, and offer 1/3 that Tevez will play for them again in the Premier League this season, 9/4 that he will not. ‘It would be tough for Mancini if he had to turn to Tevez to get the title bid back on track’ added Sharpe.

HILL’S TITLE STRAIGHT FORECAST ODDS….
Man Utd – Man City4/6
Man City – Man Utd5/4
Man Utd – Tottenham20/1
Man City – Tottenham33/1
Others on request.

TOP FOUR FINISH….1/5 Spurs; 4/9 Arsenal; 5/4 Chelsea; 8 Liverpool; 20 Newcastle.

**Hills make Spurs 8/11 in their ‘without the Mancs’ market, in which Arsenal are 8/5, Chelsea 11/2 and Liverpool 100/1.

**After scoring twice against WBA, Rooney is now 1/ 2 in Hill’s ‘Without RVP’ Premier top scorer market with Aguero 5/2; Ba 7/1; Dzeko 20/1.

**RVP is 11/4 to set a record total of 35 or more Prem goals this season.

**Kenny Dalglish is 10/3 to cease to be Liverpool manager by the first day of next season, 1/5 still to be there.

Relegation…1/5 Wigan (10/3 stay up); 3/10 Wolves (12/5); 1/3 QPR (9/4); 11/8 Bolton; 13/8 Blackburn
Finish Bottom- 11/10 Wigan; 2 Wolves; 9/4 QPR; 8 Bolton; 10 Blackburn.

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

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

To Win William Hill Scottish Cup

Celtic8/15
Aberdeen6/1
Hibernian6/1
Hearts15/2
St Mirren10/1

To Qualify For Final
Aberdeen8/11
HibernianEVS
Celtic1/2
Hearts10/3
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

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

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William Hill Scottish Cup Specials

William Hill
SCOTTISH CUP SPECIALS

WILL CELTIC BE IN FINAL
YES 4/9
NO 13/8

TO QUALIFY FOR SEMI FINAL

HEARTS 1/3
ST MIRREN 9/4

AYR UTD 13/8
HIBERNIAN 4/9

DUNDEE UTD 11/4
CELTIC 1/4

MOTHERWELL 4/11
ABERDEEN 2/1

HIGHEST SCORING MATCH
DUNDEE UTD V CELTIC 15/8
AYR V HIBERNIAN 11/4
HEARTS V ST MIRREN 3/1
MOTHERWELL V ABERDEEN 3/1

MATCH SPECIALS

HEARTS V ST MIRREN
SKACEL TO SCORE ANYTIME
AND HEARTS TO WIN 7/2

AYR UTD V HIBERNIAN
GEGGAN AND DOYLE BOTH
TO SCORE ANYTIME 21/1

DUNDEE UTD V CELTIC
CELTIC TO SCORE IN FIRST 10 MINS 6/1

MOTHERWELL V ABERDEEN
MOTHERWELL TO WIN BY
EXACTLY ONE GOAL 3/1

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Celtic 5/4 For Treble – 7/2 To Meet Hearts In William Hill

CELTIC 5/4 FOR TREBLE – 7/2 TO MEET HEARTS IN William Hill SCOTTISH CUP FINAL
William Hill make Celtic to win the Treble following the draw for the William Hill Scottish Cup, for which they are now 8/11 favourites, with the sponsors offering 7/2 that Celtic will play Hearts in the Final.
Hills also offer: 6/1 Motherwell; 10/1 Dundee U; Hearts; Hibs; 14 Aberdeen; 16 St Johnstone; 20 St Mirren; 40 Ross Co; 50 Falkirk; 100 Ayr; 125 Queen of South.
CELTIC SPECIALS:
1/3 – Scots Prem/League Cup
10/11- FA Cup/League Cup
EVS – Scots Prem/FA Cup
5/4 -Scots Prem/FA Cup/League Cup
40/1 – No trophies
Celtic v Everyone Else
Celtic to Win Cup 8/11
Anyone Else to Win Cup EVS

Will Celtic be in the Final
Yes 4/11
No 2/1

First Division Club to Win Cup 28/1
First Division Club in Final 9/2

William Hill Name the Finalists
Celtic v Hearts 7/2
Celtic v Hibernian 5/1
Celtic v Motherwell 4/1
Celtic v Aberdeen 6/1
Dundee Utd v Hearts 16/1
Dundee Utd v Hibernian 20/1
Dundee Utd v Aberdeen 33/1
Dundee Utd v Motherwell 20/1
Hearts v Hibernian 20/1
Motherwell v Hearts 16/1
Dundee Utd v Ross County 66/1
Ross County v Falkirk 200/1
William Hill – Next SPL Boss to go
Ally McCoist 11/4
Paulo Sergio 11/2
Jim McIntyre 8/1
Terry Butcher 10/1
Pat Fenlon 14/1
Peter Houston 16/1
Craig Brown 20/1
Danny Lennon 25/1
Kenny Shiels 33/1
Neil Lennon 50/1
Steve Lomas 50/1
Stuart McCall 50/1
No Manager to Leave 13/8

Graham Sharpe,
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Weekend Scottish Specials

Scottish Communities League Cup
To Win Cup
Celtic 3/10
Kilmarnock 10/3
Falkirk 12/1
Ayr Utd 18/1

To Qualify For Final
Kilmarnock 1/6
Ayr Utd 7/2

Celtic 1/16
Falkirk 7/1

Name the Finalists
Celtic v Kilmarnock 1/4
Celtic v Ayr Utd 19/5
Falkirk v Kilmarnock 17/2
Falkirk v Ayr Utd 40/1

90 Minutes Odds
Ayr Utd 5/1
Draw 11/4
Kilmarnock 4/9

Celtic 1/5
Draw 4/1
Falkirk 10/1

To Win In Extra Time
Ayr Utd 14/1
Kilmarnock 11/1
Celtic 12/1
Falkirk 22/1

To Win On Penalties
Ayr Utd 12/1
Kilmarnock 12/1
Celtic 16/1
Falkirk 20/1

MATCH SPECIALS
AYR UTD v KILMARNOCK

There has been a goal scored in the last 10 minutes
in 4 of the last 5 matches between these sides
Match Goal 81st Minute – Full Time 6/5
Extra Time Doesn’t Count

DRAW NO BET
Ayr Utd 9/2
Kilmarnock 1/8

“CLEAN AYR”
Ayr have kept a Clean Sheet v Killie in 4 of last
6 matches against them
Ayr to Keep a Clean Sheet 5/1

“THE MOFF IS ON FIRE”
Ayr Striker Michael Moffat will be looking to
net the goal that puts Ayr in the Final
Moffat to Score Anytime and Ayr Win 9/1

“AYR ONE SPL NIL”
Ayr have met three SPL sides so far in the League
Cup this season and on each occasion scored
one goal in each match and progressed
Ayr to Score exactly 1 goal 7/5

“SUPER KILLIE”
Kilmarnock have yet to concede a goal in this
seasons League Cup.
Kilmarnock to Win to Nil 13/10

“CAPTAIN FANTASTIC”
Manuel Pascali opened the scoring when the
sides met in the Scottish Cup 3 seasons ago
Pascali to Score Anytime 4/1

“DOUBLE TROUBLE”
Dean Shiels and Paul Heffernan grabbed the goals
in the Scottish Cup that gave Killie victory over
Dundee.
Shiels and Heffernan both to Score Anytime 16/5

FALKIRK v CELTIC

Both sides have scored in 6 of the last 7 times these
two sides have met in the League Cup
Yes – Both Teams to Score 10/11

DRAW NO BET
Falkirk 6/1
Celtic 1/12

“ALLAGUI’S AWESOME”
Farid El Allagui is the first Division top goalscorer
and has already scored v Dundee Utd and Rangers in
this tournament
El Allagui to Score Anytime and Falkirk win 16/1

“DOUBLE D”
Darren Dods has scored in 2 of Falkirks last 3 matches
Dods to Score Anytime 16/1

“FORREST FIRE”
James Forrest scored a double in the League Cup
Quarter Final against Hibs
Forrest to Score 2 or more 6/1

“NEVER GIVE UP”
Celtic came from behind in the Quarter Final to beat
Hibernian.
Celtic to come from behind and win 6/1

SPL SPECIALS

Last weekend only 3 goals were scored in the first half in
the 6 SPL matches but all games came to life in the
second half with 12 goals scored in the second period
WHAT WILL THE HIGHEST SCORING HALF IN THE SPL BE?
First Half 9/4
Tie 11/4
Second Half 4/5

WHICH MATCH WILL PRODUCE THE MOST GOALS?
Rangers v Hibernian 5/4
Aberdeen v Dunfermline 11/4
Inverness v St Mirren 7/2
Motherwell v St Johnstone 4/1

MATCH SPECIALS

ABERDEEN v DUNFERMLINE

Ten goals have been scored in the two matches these sides
have played against each other this season.
Over 4.5 Goals in match 9/2

In 6 of Dunfermlines last 7 matches at least one side
in each match scored exactly 3 goals. The last time these
sides met it was a 3-3 draw
Match to end 3-3 50/1
Either side to Score exactly 3 goals 3/1

Scott Vernon grabbed a hat-trick when these sides met
at Pittodrie in September
Vernon to Score a Hat-trick 25/1

Former Don Mark Kerr returns to Pittodrie for the first time
since he left Aberdeen in 2010. He scored in his last
appearance there for the Dons.
Kerr to Score Anytime 8/1

INVERNESS v ST MIRREN

2-1 is the most popular scoreline when these sides
meet each other. 6 of the last 8 matches have ended this way
Either side to Win 2-1 4/1

Andrew Shinnie has netted in both Inverness victories over
St Mirren this season
Shinnie to Score Anytime and Inverness Win 9/2

Dougie Imrie joined St Mirren from Hamilton last week
and will look forward to this trip to the Highlands as he
spent a successful two seasons at Caley. He scored
against Caley twice while at Hamilton
Imrie to Score Anytime 11/4
.
MOTHERWELL v ST JOHNSTONE

The last three matches between these sides has
finished 3-0. Both matches this season were won
by the away side.
Any team to win 3-0 7/1

Motherwells new boy Henrik Ojamaa is looking to play
his way into a longer contract at Motherwell. The Estonian
scored in the midweek win over Dunfermline
Ojamaa to Score Anytime and Motherwell to win 16/5

Francisco Sandaza has scored in 5 of the last 6 games
that he has started.
Sandaza to Score Anytime 7/4

RANGERS v HIBERNIAN

In the last 7 matches between these sides only one
side has scored on each occasion.
NO for Both Teams to Score 8/13

NO SCORE BORE
2 of Rangers’ last 3 home matches have been goalless
at Half Time
0-0 at Half Time 5/2

Speculation linking Nikica Jelavic away from Rangers
continues. Will he sign off in style should this be his
last game for Rangers?
Jelavic to Score A Hat-trick 8/1

New Signing Mervan Celik could make his Rangers
debut at home to Hibs.
Mervan to Score Anytime and Rangers to win 6/5

Hibs have went behind and came back to win in two of
their last three matches
Hibs to Come from behind and win 14/1

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