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Scottish Premiership: Weekend preview

All 12 teams are in action on Saturday on a bumper day of action in the Scottish Premiership.

Rangers will be looking to put some pressure on frontrunners Celtic, as Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men kick-off proceedings in the early game at St Mirren trailing the league leaders by seven points.

Gers look to build on Hearts win

WhatSt Mirren v Rangers
WhereSt Mirren Park, Paisley
When12:30, Saturday 12th November 2022
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Football
OddsSt Mirren 13/2, Draw 15/4, Rangers 2/5

It wasn’t pretty at times, but Rangers got the job done last time out to secure a 1-0 win over Hearts and get their league campaign back on track.

The three points were all that mattered at Ibrox against the Jambos and the same applies this weekend as Rangers make the trip to Paisley to take on St Mirren.

Gers have an excellent record in this fixture, having won all of their 12 Premiership meetings against the Buddies.

St Mirren have struggled to trouble Rangers in their most recent meetings, having remarkably only scored one goal in their last 12 league meetings.

With Rangers winning to nil landing in 11 of those games, the trend to continue on Saturday is available at 5/4.

Bhoys keep finding a way

WhatCeltic v Ross County
WhereCeltic Park, Glasgow
When15:00, Saturday 12th November 2022
OddsCeltic 1/10, Draw 11/1, Ross County 18/1

While Celtic are on a seven-game winning run in the Premiership, it has not been all plain sailing for Ange Postecoglou’s side.

The Hoops were given a scare by strugglers Dundee United at the start of the month at Celtic Park, while Motherwell pushed the reigning champions all the way last time out at Fir Park.

Back to the home comforts of Parkhead, Celtic will be looking for a far more accomplished performance against Ross County on Saturday.

Celtic have won all of their last six games against the Staggies in all competitions and have already beaten the Dingwall outfit twice this season at the Global Energy Stadium.

Ross County will head to Glasgow with some renewed confidence after back-to-back wins over St Mirren and Hibernian in their last two outings.

The 2-0 win at Easter Road in particular was an excellent result against a Hibs side that have proven to be hard to beat in Leith.

A Celtic win and both teams to score has happened in the two games between these sides already this season and the same to happen on Saturday is 15/8.

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Livingston on a roll

WhatHearts v Livingston
WhereTynecastle, Edinburgh
When15:00, Saturday 12th November 2022
OddsHearts 19/20, Draw 12/5, Livingston 3/1

Just one defeat in their last five Premiership games has seen Livingston climb up to fourth in the table ahead of their trip to Hearts this weekend.

Livingston know a point will take them above Aberdeen into third place in the standings, with the Dons playing in the evening game.

Back-to-back wins against Kilmarnock and Aberdeen have seen David Martindale’s side respond well after a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Celtic at the end of October.

Hearts saw a two-game winning streak of their own brought to an end at Ibrox in midweek and they will be eager to bounce back on home soil on Saturday.

The Jambos’ record at Tynecastle has been good with four wins and two defeats in their last six home games. The two home defeats were to Celtic and Rangers.

Both teams have scored in only one of the last 12 meetings between these two sides and both teams to fail to score this weekend is available at 19/20.

Dons eyeing response

WhatAberdeen v Dundee Utd
WherePittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
When18:00, Saturday 12th November 2022
OddsAberdeen 8/11, Draw 13/5, Dundee Utd 4/1

After a surprising defeat last time out to Livi, Aberdeen will be looking to get back to winning ways when they welcome Dundee United to Pittodrie.

Meanwhile, the Terrors were on a four-game losing streak in the Premiership before earning a comprehensive 4-0 win over Kilmarnock in midweek.

United have won just one of their last 10 away games in the league, though, and will be up against it on Saturday.

The Dons will be determined to secure revenge after a 4-0 defeat to the Terrors earlier this season in Dundee and the Reds are 8/11 to claim the three points on the east coast.

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