Saturday Football Accumulator Tips: 10/1 fourfold from the SPL

 | April 05 | 

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Saturday brings a five-game programme from the Scottish Premiership, with the Old Firm derby played on Sunday from noon at Ibrox. Rangers are the betting favourites at Betfred to claim all three points, and you can follow our big-match preview, which will be published early on Saturday morning.

Betfred’s Frank Monkhouse aims to send readers into Sunday with a profit and offers the latest from his series of Scottish Premiership accumulators, as we continue our Saturday Football Accumulator Tips with for this exciting 10/1 fourfold, including three home wins...

Saturday Football Accumulator Tips

  • Dundee beat Motherwell @ 7/5
  • Hibs beat St Johnstone @ 1/2
  • Kilmarnock beat Ross County @ 1/2
  • Aberdeen beat Livingston @ 11/10
  • Overall Odds - 10.34/1

Dundee beat Motherwell

We open Saturday’s Scottish Premiership fourfold with a home win for Dundee at Dens Park. The locals are punching above their weight this season and have a live chance of finishing in the top-six to secure an extra money-spinning game against Rangers and Celtic. They’re fancied to strengthen their hand with a battling win over Motherwell.

The Steelmen are improving and have recently won back-to-back games. However, they travel to the City of Discovery following a defeat at home to Aberdeen and a 1-1 draw with St Mirren at Fir Park last time out. Expect goals here, but we’re sticking with the hosts.

Hibs beat St Johnstone

Moving to the capital, we’re backing Hibs to get their season back on track with a home win when St Johnstone arrive at Easter Road. The Hibees slipped out of the top six after losing at Ibrox last weekend, but that was their first defeat since February when they suffered a 2-1 reverse at this venue against Celtic. There’s no shame in losing only to the Old Firm, and Hibs set up with confidence.

While Hibs are pushing hard for a top-six finish and dreaming of a spot in Europe next term, opponents St Johnstone are involved in a relegation dogfight. They’ve been winless in three and have taken just one of the last nine points available. St Johnstone enter one point above the drop zone, meaning they’re under increasing pressure. Back Hibs to turn up the heat.

Kilmarnock beat Ross County

Kilmarnock has already done us a few favours since Derek McInnis's arrival, and we’re happy to keep the faith against Ross County at Rugby Park on the artificial surface. The home team is unbeaten in three, having won one game and drawn the others. They’re now unlikely to catch Hearts and finish third, meaning their main aim is now protecting fourth.

Ross County is currently second from bottom in the Premiership, with only Livingston beneath them in the pecking order. The Staggies have won just six of their previous 31 games, scoring 29 goals and conceding a whopping 53, which will catch the eye of the Kilmarnock attack.

Aberdeen beat Livingston

We round things off with our only away win bet of the weekend, sticking with an improving Aberdeen side climbing the ladder. The Dons fans have endured a domestic campaign to forget, with the team seemingly struggling to juggle Premiership and Europa Conference League group games. But the league now has their full attention, and the Dons have won their last two. A third victory could see them rise to eighth.

Livingston is stuck at the bottom of the Premiership, and with just three wins and eight draws from 31 outings, it looks like the writing is already on the wall. Barring a stunning turnaround in fortunes, the Lions will be playing Championship football next season. They may be at home, but we’re happy to side with Aberdeen.

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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