Saturday Football Accumulator Tips: Back this 11/1 SPL Treble

 | 10th May | 

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Frank Monkhouse SPL Betting Tips

Welcome to a huge weekend of action in the Scottish Premiership as Celtic host Rangers in the final Old Firm derby of the campaign. We preview the game in Glasgow and offer our big-match predictions elsewhere on this site. With ten goals shared in the previous three derbies, we have high hopes for another goal-fest.

When the dust settles on the early kick-off, attentions turn to the 3:00PM starts, and Betfred’s Frank Monkhouse presents his weekend Scottish Premiership accumulator. Keep reading as he advises three teams worth backing at attractive odds to spice up your Saturday. Followers have enjoyed success in recent weeks, and the scene is set for another profit as we delve into our Saturday Football Accumulator Tips from north of the border this weekend...

Saturday Football Accumulator Tips

  • Hearts beat Dundee @ 4/6
  • St Johnstone beat Livingston @ 13/8
  • Motherwell beat Ross County @ 9/5
  • Overall Odds - 11.25/1

*Click on the linked odds to add the selections directly to your betslip on (or app).

Hearts beat Dundee

We open in the capital, where third-placed Hearts host sixth-placed Dundee. The Jambos prepare for game 36 of 38 with their recent form showing two wins, two draws, and a defeat, with the spare coming in their most recent outing.

Hearts lost 3-0 at Celtic Park last Saturday, and they went down without offering too much of a fight. That annoyed manager Steven Naismith, who will demand a return to winning ways and an attitude that shows the squad is prepared to fight all the way to the finish line.

Dundee stops at Tynecastle, having secured a top-six finish, but the team from Dens Park appears to have downed tools. They’ve lost three and drawn two of their last five, ending on the losing side of the result in each of their previous two. We last saw Dundee in action when suffering a 3-1 home defeat to St Mirren, and we’re happy to back the locals at fair odds.

St Johnstone beat Livingston

Switching from the top six to the bottom six, and things are getting tight in and around the relegation zone. Livingston host Ross County, with the home team already relegated and preparing for Championship football next season. The Lions have won just four games all season and lost two of their last three. With little to play for other than pride, we’re happy to oppose Livingston on their patch.

St Johnstone starts this game second from the bottom of the table, with only their hosts beneath them in the pecking order. Craig Levein’s men are involved in a relegation dog fight with two points separating them from Ross County and safety.

That makes every game a must-win between now and the finish line, and a visit to the division’s worst team presents a perfect opportunity to grab three points. Back the Saints to win and throw themselves a lifeline after three previous draws against Livi this term. Saturday’s game means more to the Saints than Livi, and that will show in the result.

Motherwell beat Ross County

We wrap things up in Dingwall, where Ross County hosts Motherwell. The Staggies are third from the bottom of the league and hanging onto a place in the Premiership by their fingertips.

It’s now a straight shoot-out between Ross County and St Johnstone to avoid the relegation playoff place. County are improving and has won two of their last three, but we fancy an improving Motherwell to bank the points.

The Steelmen have lost only one of their last five league starts as they finish the season with a flurry. They won last time out, hammering Livingston 4-1 on the road, and we expect them to stir the pot with another win, heaping pressure on their opponents. Well beat County 5-0 last time, and they have the confidence and momentum to collect another important three points. With a strong finish, they could finish as high as sixth.

Frank Monkhouse primarily covers Scottish Football for us here at Betfred Insights. You can check out all of his work along with that of the rest of our Football Betting Tips desk on our main Football page...

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