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East Fife v Queens Park betting preview

East Fife v Queens Park Betting Preview


East Fife v Queens Park Betting Preview

Ladbrokes Scottish League 2

Location: Bayview

Date: 26th March 2016
Time: 15:00

East Fife are on fire and another win will take them one step closer to the title.

They will need to keep winning though as Clyde, Elgin and even Queens Park are keeping pace with them. That’s despite The Fifers winning eight of their last ten games and scoring for fun with thirteen goals in their last three.

Points won’t come easy in this game though, not with the away form of Queens Park to consider. The Spiders have lost just five of their last twenty-five on the road and have an excellent record against the top five teams in the division.

They have won two of the three head to head matches between the sides already with a 3-0 win as recently as the end of February. That’s the only blemish on East Fife’s recent report card and you couldn’t count against them doing it again.

But on current form they are hard to see past and I expect them to make it six home wins on the spin. Gary Naysmith will have his players well fired up for this one and he has a full squad to choose from including Nathan Austin who has scored twenty-three goals this season.


East Fife v Queens Park Betting Preview Betting Odds

The Fifers are favourites and very backable at a best 1.92 (23/25) with Marathon Bet. You can get a high price of 3/1 on Queens Park with William Hill and McBookie while the draw is available at 3.85 (57/20) with Marathon Bet.

While East Fife have been amongst the goals Queens Park are often tight at the back so both teams to score doesn’t appeal at a best 1.7 (17/10) with Ladbrokes. Overs and unders could go either way so is probably best left alone.


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East Fife @ 1.92 with Marathon Bet

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