Scottish Even Money Double selection betting tips from the SPFL

Scottish Even Money Double 29th December

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We had a wee midweek EMD that looked the part and fell the width of the goal frame short. But overall we have so far turned a profit in December which is a damn sight better than the preceding months. 

This weekend offers our last chance to add to our profit for 2018 (currently sitting at a shade below 10%). It's one I would like to take so we can turn into the new year putting that awful run from September to November behind us.

Scottish Even Money Double Selection 1 - FORFAR (DRAW NO BET) v Brechin City

The Loons have found some excellent home form over the last couple of months. Only table toppers Arbroath have taken anything from Station Park since before Halloween and that came courtesy of an 83rd minute winner in a five goal thriller. 

They have found goals at home easy to come by with John Baird finally starting to make his experience and calibre count at this level. Twelve goals have been scored in their last five home games despite three of those matches being against three of the top four sides in the division.

Meanwhile Brechin City are in free-fall. Five defeats in a row and only one win on the road all season mean they are now dangerously close to a second relegation on the spin.

The appointment of Barry Smith as manager appears to have had a debilitating affect (who could have predicted that?) with heavy defeats to Arbroath and Dumbarton. 

A lot of squad members will be aware of their future now too with Smith likely to want to put his own stamp on the team come the January transfer window. Little for quite a few of them left to play for I dare say. 

Forfar have a real good chance to end the year in the playoff positions and it's one Jim Weir will be keen to take. 

Scottish Even Money Double Selection 2 - Berwick Rangers v EDINBURGH CITY (WIN)

We should expect to see wholesale changes in the Berwick squad come the January transfer window. Having been appointed in October Johnny Harvey won't have had the chance to get his own players in save for the few he took with him from the junior set up. So much like Brechin there ought to be a high percentage of players eyeing the exit door and their next gig. 

Meanwhile Edinburgh City, despite an injury crisis at the beginning of the month, just keep on trucking. The injuries couldn't have come at a worse time with games against Peterhead and the in form Annan, Cowdenbeath and Queens Park on the agenda.

No matter to the league leaders. A creditable point at home to Peterhead, with at least six absentees, was bolstered by three wins either side. 

Blair Henderson is still scoring for fun ably assisted by Scott Shepard. They still have the best defence in the division by some distance and rather than wholesale changes in January we should expect some solid additions to come in to prepare for the big title challenge run in.

Danny Galbraith has made two appearance from the bench now and if he gets up to speed he could be a superb addition. We should perhaps take that as a note of the calibre of player they are looking to entice. 

No time for the leaders to rest here. This is a place where anything other than a win is dropped points. With Peterhead facing a far more difficult trip to Elgin that would be a mistake that could prove far too costly to consider. 

Scottish Even Money Double

Price

Bookmaker

Stake (%)

Star Rating

Even Money Double

@ 2.02 (51/50)


@ 1.97 (28/29)


@ 1.96 (24/25)

McBookie/BV, bet365


10Bet




Ladbrokes, Coral, Blacktype

2%

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