Home Team v Away Team
|Home Win||Bet £10 Win||Draw||Bet £10 Win||Away Win||Bet £10 Win|
|15:00||Ayr v Dunfermline||11/10||£ 21.00||13/5||£ 36.00||9/4||£ 32.50||Bet Now|
|15:00||Falkirk v Dundee Utd||3/1||£ 40.00||14/5||£ 38.00||4/5||£ 18.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Inverness CT v Morton||10/11||£ 19.00||5/2||£ 35.00||3/1||£ 40.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Partick v Ross County||13/5||£ 36.00||5/2||£ 35.00||1/1||£ 20.00||Bet Now|
|15:00||Queen of South v Alloa||4/6||£ 16.60||3/1||£ 40.00||15/4||£ 47.50||Bet Now|
The Doonhamers are in favour
Queen of South versus Alloa is coming soon, get ready for an entertaining match-up in Scottish football. We are expecting a home win for Queen of South. Bet for their win and you will get a cash prize the odds are on 1/2. The venue will take place at Palmerston Park, 3.00 kick off on the 14th of August.
At this stage of the 2014/15 league the Doonhamers are with 36 points and find themselves in 4th position, meantime on the other side of the pitch, Alloa with only 15 points are in 8th spot.
The two met last time on the 27th December 2014, at Indodrill Stadium, where Queen of South were forced to split the points between the two. Derek Lyle gave Queens the lead before the break, applying a finishing touch to Daniel Carmichael's cross. But Kevin Cawley levelled the match and ensured a point apiece when he fired home from Ryan McCord's pass.
The Jags will win it again
Ross County are on the road again this Saturday afternoon as they head out to face Partick Thistle at Firhill Stadium in Scottish Premiership match-up. The odds of 19/20 are looking promising for The Jags, they are in favour so make sure you place your bet now.
This is their only second meeting this season, last time the two met on the 13th of August also at Firhill Stadium, where Partick Thistle won their first game of the season with an emphatic defeat of Premiership rivals Ross County. Stuart Bannigan swept home Kallum Higginbotham's pass before the break and Ben Frempah's second-half own goal doubled Thistle's lead. Strikes by Gary Fraser and Stephen O'Donnell further emphasised the hosts' dominance.