Scottish Cup quarter-final tips
Scotland’s premier cup competition is heading towards its latter stages, keeping punters happy with plenty of promising looking bets.
In light of this, FootyOn have picked out four Scottish Cup quarter-final tips…
Kenny Miller wincast as Rangers host Hamilton
Veteran Rangers striker Kenny Miller possesses a fine record against Hamilton Academical, while Gers have never lost to Martin Canning’s outfit in the history of the fixture.
Miller has netted two in as many Scottish Cup outings against the Accies. Meanwhile, although spluttering in the league, Graeme Murty’s men can come into this fixture with confidence.
With five wins in their last six encounters, back Miller to score in a home win at Ibrox at 11/8 with Sky Bet.
Hibees to win by two goals
Scottish Cup holders Hibernian are out for consecutive titles. Their opponents Ayr United, however, are languishing second bottom of the Championship.
The Hibees top the Championship by seven points under Neil Lennon. They possess the division’s best goal difference by 12 goals, while Ayr have conceded the second highest.
Hibs boast a superb attacking line, headlined by Jason Cummings and John McGinn. With this in mind, and the Honest Men’s poor defence, look to back Lennon and his side to triumph by two goals at 11/4 with Sky Bet.
Saints to score, but Celtic triumph
After losing their last eight to Celtic, St Mirren won’t be relishing their trip to Parkhead. With the offensive prowess Brendan Rodgers’ side have amongst their ranks, the Saints will be in for a tough afternoon despite tending to turn up on the occasions.
Not only does Moussa Dembele operate on another level others in Scotland, scoring 31 already this season, but his supporting cast are equally as dangerous.
Dons to record familiar result
Aberdeen have won their last four against Partick Thistle and that record looks set to continue. Dons sit second in Scotland’s elite division, while Partick trail 20 points behind them.
In each of the last two encounters, Derek McInnes’ men have won 2-1 and are 15/2 with Paddy Power to repeat that scoreline this weekend.
Aberdeen have triumphed 2-1 six times this season, their most frequent winning result.