Scottish Football Acca Tips: 10/1 all away win treble for Saturday

 | December 15 | 

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Welcome to the penultimate Saturday before Christmas. There are plenty of festive treats to enjoy in the Scottish Premiership and Championship. We’ve been knocking on the door in recent times, with a late goal wrecking our acca in each of the last two weeks. That’s frustrating, but it tells me we’re looking in the right places. 

We hope to enjoy a rub of the green with our Saturday 10/1 away win treble. Keep reading as we walk you through each leg of our accumulator. The treble consists of a pair of games from the Premiership, with the spare coming from the Championship, all at the kind of value you’d expect from Betfred.

Scottish Football Accumulator Tips:

  • Back Kilmarnock to beat Livingston @ 23/20
  • Back Hibs to beat St Johnstone @ 11/10
  • Back Partick to beat Dunfermline @ 6/4

Leg 1 - Kilmarnock to beat Livingston @ 23/20

We open on the artificial surface of Almondvale Stadium in West Lothian, where Livingston hosts Kilmarnock, and we’re opposing the hosts. David Martindale’s side performed above expectations last season, but a lack of investment in the summer transfer window meant the boss was unable to build on those efforts. Livingston is now rock bottom of the Premiership, stuck on an extended losing streak and facing the real possibility of being relegated to the Championship come spring.

Kilmarnock play on a similar surface to Livi, meaning the Lions don’t have their usual advantage over the visiting team. Derek McInnes has led his men up the table thanks to back-to-back wins, and they’re now in fifth place with a real chance to climb higher. A team on the up against a team going nowhere fast. We’re happy to back Kilmarnock to win on the road and strengthen their push for a top-six finish.

Leg 2 - Hibs to beat St Johnstone @ 11/10

Things are getting tight in the middle of the Premiership, with Hibs pushing hard for a third-place finish, showing they are the best of the rest outside the Old Firm. The team from the capital travels to Perth knowing an away win could see them leapfrog St Mirren into the bronze medal position, and it would be nothing short of what the Hibees deserve after turning their season around. Hibs has won four of their last five league games and will arrive at McDiarmid Park in a confident mood.

St Johnstone is an improving team and looks good enough to safeguard their Premiership safety this season, but the Saints do enter this game in hot water. The home team is second from the bottom of the league, with their stats for the campaign showing just three wins from 16 games. Ex-Scotland manager Craig Levein has helped breathe life back into the squad, and they’re headed in the right direction. But it’ll be interesting to see how they handle an ambitious Hibs who have desire and momentum.

Leg 3 - Partick to beat Dunfermline @ 6/4

This looks like a tight call in the Championship, but there are no easy matches at that level. The second tier of professional football in Scotland is always the most competitive division, and it’s the same again this term, with just nine points separating Dunfermline in fourth and bottom club Arbroath. The Pars are unbeaten in three and have won their last two, but we’re backing the team from Glasgow to prevail.

Partick Thistle is experienced in contesting the prize places and pushing for a playoff finish. The Jags arrive in third, having claimed 10 of the last 15 points available. They did lose 4-3 away to Raith Rovers last weekend in a thriller, but they learned a lot in defeat and will bounce back stronger. Take The Jags to beat The Pars to complete your Saturday treble.

Frank Monkhouse 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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