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Scottish Premiership: Midweek preview

After a shock defeat in Perth at the hands of St Johnstone, the pressure is on Rangers to keep within touching distance of Celtic at the top of the table.

All 12 teams are in Scottish Premiership action in midweek, with both Rangers and Celtic playing on Wednesday night.

Dons look to build on Hibs win

WhatLivingston v Aberdeen
WhereAlmondvale Stadium, Livingston
When19:45, Tuesday 8th November 2022
How to watchN/A
OddsLivingston 9/5, Draw 23/10, Aberdeen 31/20

After suffering a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Rangers, Aberdeen responded with a 4-1 win of their own last time out against Hibernian.

The Dons next make the trip to West Lothian looking to build on their positive form, which has seen the Reds win four of their last five games in all competitions.

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Meanwhile, Livingston will be looking for back-to-back wins after coming from behind to earn a 3-2 win at Kilmarnock last time out.

Aberdeen earned a 5-0 win the last time these sides met at Pittodrie earlier this season and the Dons are well-priced at 31/20 to make it back-to-back wins over Livi.

Staggies road woes set to continue

WhatHibernian v Ross County
WhereEaster Road, Edinburgh
When19:45, Tuesday 8th November 2022
How to watchN/A
OddsHibernian 8/15, Draw 16/5, Ross County 5/1

Ross County have struggled on the road in recent weeks and it won’t get any easier as they make the trip to Hibernian on Tuesday night.

Hibs are hardly in great form themselves but they do have a good record in Leith, after losing just one of their last 13 Premiership games at Easter Road.

With four wins in their last five games on home soil, Hibernian boss Lee Johnson has helped make Easter Road a tough place to visit.

After a humbling at the hands of Aberdeen, Hibs will be happy to back in the familiar surroundings of the capital and are 11/8 to be leading at half-time and full-time against the Staggies.

Celtic keep finding a way

WhatMotherwell v Celtic
WhereFir Park, Motherwell
When19:45, Wednesday 9th November 2022
How to watchN/A
OddsMotherwell 10/1, Draw 19/4, Celtic 2/7

Celtic made hard work of it but still managed to earn a 4-2 win over Dundee United last time out, as they now prepare to make the short trip to Motherwell on Wednesday.

The Hoops required two injury-time goals to see off the struggling Terrors but it’s the points that count at this stage.

Now with a healthy seven-point gap between themselves and Rangers, Ange Postecoglu’s side are looking in good shape ahead of the World Cup break.

Celtic have an excellent record against Motherwell, having won all of their last 14 games in all competitions.

It was back in December 2015 the last time Motherwell earned a win over the Hoops, with Louis Moults’ brace earning ‘Well a 2-1 win at Celtic Park.

With Motherwell losing seven of their last nine games, it’s hard to see them causing an upset at Fir Park against the leaders.

Rangers need to give fans something

WhatRangers v Hearts
WhereIbrox Stadium, Glasgow
When19:45, Wednesday 9th November 2022
How to watchN/A
OddsRangers 1/4, Draw 11/2, Hearts 17/2

After a lacklustre performance at St Johnstone, Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst will be determined to see his side put on a performance against Hearts at Ibrox.

The Light Blues looked out of sorts at McDiarmid Park and Saints were fully deserving of the 2-1 victory at the weekend.

Having endured a disastrous Champions League group campaign, and now falling behind in the title race, the pressure is starting to build on Van Bronckhorst.

Hearts will certainly not make things easy as the Jambos have won three of their last four outings and pushed Celtic all the way in their meeting with the Hoops last month.

A Hearts draw or win is available at 11/4 at Ibrox on Wednesday night.

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