With the addition of our good friend Dougie Wright to the challenge, we've decided to reset things to see how his statistical models can get on with predicting the result. He'll be putting his money as well as his faith on his detailed simulations of SPFL games, while we'll stick to normal punting to see how the two styles match up.
That in mind, we've all had our buy-ins reset to the original £50 and we'll take it from here. So, what's on for this week?
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Rangers to win - 2/11 - £10
Hearts and Dunfermline to win - £10 returns £61.88
According to my model, Hearts have a 58% chance of victory, while Dunfermline have 44%. Taking into account the possibility of a draw, that's a good chance for both teams. (Note: The bookies odds here have the implied probability for the two at 44% and 38% respectively, so this looks good if the model is trusted.)
Morton (+2) - 6/5 - £5
Hearts vs Hibs, Both Teams To Score - 4/6 - £15
Cup football is unpredictable and Rangers are struggling while Morton are in fine form. We should still win, but I'm going for a safeish bet in the Edinburgh derby and backing Morton on the handicap.
Rangers 3-1 - 10/1 - £5
Celtic, Ayr, Hamilton, East Fife, Aberdeen, St. Johnstone, Hearts all to win - £5 returns £236.50
Rangers need a good win to get back on track after recent results and Morton shouldn't be any trouble. We'll still ship a stupid goal though.
Rangers to win 3-0 - 13/2 - £5
Inverness to win - 16/1 - £5
St Johnstone, Aberdeen, Hearts, Livingston all to win - £10 returns £126.98
Rangers (-2) - 31/20 - £5
Not done research for this four fold because I'm too busy drinking my pint but Rangers are due a good performance so we should pump Morton.
Rangers 2-0, Emerson Hyndman first goalscorer - 33/1 - £2
Aberdeen, St Johnstone, Hearts, St Mirren - £5 returns £97.35