Scottish Football Accumulator Tips: A 4/1 SPL Saturday Treble

 | December 29 | 

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It’s the penultimate round of games from the Scottish Premiership before the winter break.

We aim to end the year on a high with our tremendous home win treble…

Scottish Football Accumulator Tips:

  • Back Aberdeen to beat St Mirren @ 10/11
  • Back Hearts to beat Ross County @ 4/6
  • Back Kilmarnock to beat Dundee @ 4/5
  • Overall Odds - 4.72/1

Aberdeen beat St Mirren @ 10/11

We begin at Pittodrie in the Granite City as an improving Aberdeen host, a St Mirren side stuck on a losing streak. The locals enter in eighth following a dreadful start to the campaign but appear to be on the up now the distraction of European football has been removed. St Mirren started well and threatened a push for third place behind the Old Firm but have slipped to fifth following back-to-back defeats.

We’re happy to excuse some of Aberdeen’s poor form due to their involvement in the Europa Conference League group stage and expect improvement in 2024. Barry Robson’s team enter following wins over Hearts and Livingston. They also benefit from having two games postponed due to wet weather. St Mirren have won one of five and are winless in three, making them difficult to trust with your hard-earned stake.

Hearts beat Ross County @ 4/6

For the second leg of our Saturday treble, we move to the capital and Tynecastle, where Hearts host Ross County. The Jambos start in third place on 32 points and moved clear of Kilmarnock, St Johnstone, and city rivals Hibs following three wins on the spin. Steven Naismith’s Jambos were last seen beating Hibs 1-0 at Easter Road in Wednesday’s Edinburgh Derby, with Lawrence Shankland scoring an injury-time winner.

Confidence is sky-high in the home dressing room after that last-gasp victory over the Hibees, and we expect it to carry into this contest. Ross County couldn’t make it to Ibrox for Wednesday’s game due to adverse weather and dangerous driving conditions in Scotland. That afforded the Staggies an extra few days of rest, but they’ve lost each of their last two and are one point above the relegation zone. Back Hearts for a home win.

Kilmarnock beat Dundee @ 4/5

We wrap things up for this festive treble with a bet on Kilmarnock to down Dundee at Rugby Park on the artificial surface. Killie has impressed since the appointment of former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnis, and he has lifted them to fourth in the table, pushing hard for a European finish. Could Killie play in the Europa Conference League next term? That remains to be seen, but to give themselves the best chance, they must ensure Rugby Park becomes a fortress. Beating Dundee would certainly help their cause.

The visitors arrive in East Ayrshire in seventh following some poor results. Dundee has won just one of their last five, losing three and drawing the spare. They lost 3-0 at home to Celtic recently, and although the players didn’t cover themselves in glory that day, they’ll be eager to move on. Home advantage and the surface make Killie a great addition to our 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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