Betting Tips

15/1 Scottish Football Acca: Saturday January 15

With the Scottish Premiership still on their winter break, we’re taking in the Championship, League One, and League Two for Saturday’s 15/1 Scottish Football Acca.

  • Dunfermline v Hamilton – over 2.5 goals
  • Cove Rangers to beat Montrose
  • Elgin v Albion Rovers – over 2.5 goals
  • Kelty Hearts to beat Edinburgh City & over 2.5 goals

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Scottish Football Acca Betting Tips:

Dunfermline v Hamilton – over 2.5 goals

It’s tough times for Dunfermline currently, and after last weeks 5-0 thrashing from Morton, they now sit at the bottom of the Championship table.

Hamilton come to town today and this one should have goals – over 2.5 goals has come up in the last four for Accies and three of the previous four games for the Pars.

Cove Rangers to beat Montrose

The top two in League One clash as Montrose travel to Cove and the hosts look excellent value to notch up yet another win.

Cove have won eight in a row and Paul Hartley’s side look like a fantastic price to take victory today and take a massive step towards promotion to the Championship.

Elgin v Albion Rovers – over 2.5 goals

This fixture usually serves up plenty of goals with the last six matches between this pair seeing 24 goals scored.

And Elgin scored in 13 of their last 15 home games while Albion have seen over 2.5 goals land in five of their previous six matches.

Kelty Hearts to beat Edinburgh City & over 2.5 goals

Kelty look to be strolling to the League Two title and they can bank another victory as they host Edinburgh City at New Central Park today.

And there should be plenty of goals – Kelty have scored 41 goals in League Two this campaign, including 14 in their last four matches.

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.