Trading Scottish Football 30th March

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Apologies for the late release this week. Been one hell of a week and no signs of relief so no beating about the bush. Straight into the selections and more apologies for the short rationales. 

Trading The Scottish Championship  

Our main interest comes from the SPFL Championship with Falkirk heavily underrated for their trip to Inverness. ICT are in good form of course but the closer they come to the Scottish Cup semi the more distracted they should become. 

It's worth minding of course Falkirk's solitary defeat in ten matches was at league leaders Ross County. Even that was a close fought affair. A price of 5.5 (9/2) is out of kilter.

Preferred option here is Falkirk +1 asian handicap at 1.78 (7/9) for 2.5% of bankroll. 

Trading Scottish League One  

We can't not side with Forfar who remain the form team in league one despite last weekend's loss. Most of that form of course is at home where they have won seven in a row and ten from eleven.

Although there is no doubting Arbroath are the quality side in the division they have struggled to fall over the winning line for some time now. Last weekend's 0-0 draw with ten man Stranraer exemplifying their difficulties. 

Worth taking a chance on The Loons to avoid defeat here for a 2% of bankroll investment. 

Trading Scottish Football Betting Selections

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Trading Scottish Football Selections

Price

Bookmaker

Stake (%)

Star Rating

Falkirk - +1 Asian Handicap - v - Inverness

@ 1.78


@ 1.7 (11/10)

bet365


888Sport

2.5%

Forfar - +0.5 Asian Handicap - v - Arbroath

@ 1.96 (24/25)


@ 1.92 (23/25)

Betvictor



bet365

2%

Trading Scottish Football Staking Plan

About the Author Vincent Mulligan

Vincent is the originator of Scottish Football Tips. He has dragged the site kicking and screaming (him not the site) to become the leading tipster site for Scottish Football. Wherever you see the name 'Fitba Tips' you'll know he has left his mark. Not necessarily a good thing.

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