Check out Scotzine’s resident tipster Graham Munro’s weekend betting tips for Saturday 24th October 2015.
Aberdeen v Motherwell
Mark McGhee visits another of his former clubs with his new charges and unfortunately for him it will be a wasted journey. In fact it might be appropriate for the Well team bus to play Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ as McGhee will reflect on past glories when he wore the red strip. Aberdeen will get back to winning ways by humping the Steelmen. It is a good chance that the Dandy Dons will manage to score a brace.
Hearts v Ross County
The Jambos will keep their unbeaten run going but the Staggies will manage to grab a point at Tynecastle. The fans meandering along Gorgie Road at the end of the match might by humming Eurythmics’ ‘Thorn in My Side’ as this is what the County manager Jim McIntyre is likely to have been.
Morton v Alloa
The team that can hardly score at home meets the team that can barely defend. This match has all the excitement of playing chess wearing boxing gloves in a room with the lights out. Need I say more.
Fans travelling to Cappielow must have a high threshold of pain.
One alternative to this borefest might be an afternoon watching boxsets like ‘House’ or ‘Breaking Bad’ or anything else for that matter.
Stenhousemuir v Ayr United
An impressive away record for the Honest Men should see them squeeze past the Warriors. Ayr are looking to keep tabs on the Pars who have the top spot and this match will see them grab the majority of a three goal extravaganza.
If you are looking for excitement though you might be better served stapling your thumb!
Turriff United v Fraserburgh
The Scottish Cup always throws up interesting clashes and this year’s tournament is no different. The North East will be a wasteland as the farming and fishing communities head to The Haughs to witness the highland equivalent of El Classico. It will be a victory of turf over surf as the home side will batter (pardon the pun) the fishermen.