Ladbrokes Oddscast: Aberdeen bidding to continue strong home run

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There’s a full complement of Ladbrokes Premiership games on Saturday, kicking off with the lunchtime game at Parkhead.

Ahead of the action, Talking Baws’ Jonny Boyle is on the mic for this week’s Ladbrokes Oddscast – giving you his expert tips on the action.

This week’s show kicks off with a look at Celtic’s meeting with Kilmarnock. The Hoops have scored in 35 of their last 36 home league games, while Killie have netted in nine on the trot.

It should be an exciting affair, with Both Teams to Score backable at Evens.

Second-placed Aberdeen have been strong at Pittodrie of late. They face an out-of-sorts Hamilton Academical, and it’s 33/20 for the Dons to Score 3+ Goals in this game.

The 2015 Scottish Cup finalists face off at Ibrox, as Rangers host Hibernian. The last six meetings have all produced three or more strikes. Over 2.5 Goals is 17/20.

Meanwhile, there’s a bottom-four ding-dong as Dundee face Ross County at Dens Park. The Dark Blues are in far better form than their opponents, with a Dundee win 23/20.

Elsewhere, Heart of Midlothian meet St Johnstone and Motherwell look to maintain their top-six status against Partick Thistle.

And as always, there’s the small matter of the lower-league treble! St Mirren are the first of Jonny’s picks, but who else makes the cut?

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Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.