Saturday’s Scottish guidelines: McInnes’ guys Out to avoid the Rot

KevMac looks ahead towards the week-end in Scotland and implies some Super Singles to have stuck in to.

Hibernian v Aberdeen

DEREK McINNES defectively requires a triumph at Easter path right now to stop a slump which includes seen Aberdeen win one of their final seven games.

That dismal run has permitted Hibs to jump above them into 3rd spot plus the Dons are now actually searching nervously over their neck at a Livingston side in red-hot kind.

I fancied Livi’s amazing run that is unbeaten end at Pittodrie in midweek but instead David Martindale’s men eased to a 2-0 victory.

That has piled pressure on McInnes in the race for a slot that is european they can at the very least simply take heart from his side’s recent record against Hibs.

They have recently come out on the top within the last few three conferences, including a 1-0 victory into the money early in the day in 2010, and McBookie cost an Aberdeen success today at 15/8.

Hibs are favourites at 6/4 utilizing the draw having to pay 9/4 but I’m remaining free from supporting an outcome.

The final two clashes between your edges have observed under 2.5 hits but a repeat right here will pay just 8/13 with McBookie therefore I’m likely to straight back both teams to rating instead at 20/21.

Aberdeen may have drawn a blank within their final three games but McInnes brought in three strikers on deadline time – Fraser Hornby, Florian Kamberi and Callum Hendry.

That will improve their firepower notably while the Dons have scored in seven of these final eight clashes because of the Hibees.

There’s hardly any between these edges while the game usually takes some time to heat up so that it could back pay to a half-time draw at 21/20 with Bet365.

A penalty settled the last meeting of these sides at Easter Road and McBookie are offering a decent 14/5 on a being that is spot-kicked right here.

Livingston v St Johnstone

Betfred Cup finalists Livingston and St Johnstone clash in a flavorsome one during the Tony Macaroni today.

Both groups have been in type with Livi nevertheless unbeaten under Martindale and Saints seeing their seven-match run without beat end with a loss that is 1-0 Ibrox in midweek.

It’s Another game that should be tight and I’m drawn once more to a half-time stalemate which pays a 39/40 that is best at SBK.

Any victory is going to be by a one-goal margin and that bet is priced 6/5 by McBookie.

Celtic v Motherwell

Celtic kept a rare clean sheet in midweek as i had backed BTTS at Rugby Park.

Having as they beat Kilmarnock 4-0, frustrating me Kris Ajer back at centre half and Shane Duffy sitting on the bench was a reason that is major shutting Killie out and the

Hoops are 29/20 (McBookie) for the next victory to nil in the home to Motherwell this afternoon.

Well have actually found under brand new employer Graham Alexander but have actually scored just one single objective on the final five visits to Parkhead.

Celtic midfielder David Turnbull will soon be up against their club that is former and a tempting 13/5 with Paddy Power to haunt the Steelmen with a goal.

Hamilton v Rangers

Rangers’ title procession takes them to Hamilton tomorrow with Accies as big as 28/1 with SBK for a shock win.

I’ve cashed in by backing a Rangers win to nil in their last two games but it’s not value that is great at simply 8/13 with McBookie.

So I’m planning to bet on Steven Gerrard’s males to instead win both halves at 10/11 with SportingIndex.

St Mirren v Kilmarnock

Killie were poor against Celtic in midweek in Paisley.

The so you have to fancy St Mirren to beat them Buddies are evens at McBookie that is worth a punt while under 2.5 goals also appeals at 3/4 utilizing the firm that is same

Ross County v Dundee Utd

Dundee United’s run that is dismal with defeat at Fir Park on Wednesday plus they now check out Dingwall where Ross County look value at 11/8 (McBookie) to win.

Abroath v Dunfermline

Dunfermline smashed Raith in midweek and therefore are 20/21 for a win at Arbroath today.

It could possibly be tough in poor weather so I’m drawn to under 2.5 objectives in that one at 5/6 (McBookie).

Alloa V Queen of the SouthI fancy Queen of the South at 11/8 for a win at Alloa while a draw could be the shout that is best (21/10, McBookie) as Morton host Raith.Super Singles
  • Half-time draw at Hibs 21/20 (Bet365)
  • Celtic win to nil 29/20 (McBookie)
  • Queen regarding the Southern to win

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