Celtic and Aberdeen add to Scottish Premiership accumulator
This weekend we’re heading north of the border for a special Scottish Premiership accumulator featuring usual suspects like Aberdeen and Celtic.
Those two giants of the Scottish game are joined by Motherwell, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and St Johnstone as part of a 13/1 fivefold that offers a return of £142.80 for anyone betting £10 on these particular selections with Ladbrokes.
Best of all, these Saturday selections are eligible for the One Out? Our Shout! offer where, should one of the five sides fail to win, we will refund your original stake as a free bet*.
Second faces fourth in the pick of the fixtures north of the border and while Dundee United are on a three-game winning run, we’re backing the Dons to dominate – with Aberdeen winning the previous two meetings between the sides this season.
Derek McInnes’ side have been in great form at Pittodrie, winning five in a row and should have enough to see off a United side that has won just three of their last eight on the road.
After securing the title with a 5-1 win over Partick Thistle, Celtic should breeze past a Ross County team currently on a run of just one win from their last five.
The visitors have picked up two wins from their last 18 away games, losing 12 in the process and will struggle to turnover a Hoops team which has won the last two meetings between the teams at Celtic Park.
Caley returned to winning ways with a much needed 1-0 victory over Partick last time out and they should be confident of making it back-to-back successes when sorry St Mirren come calling.
The Buddies are second from bottom and have lost eight of their last nine. Inverness won 3-0 when the sides met at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium back in August and look good for a repeat victory.
The ‘Well have hit top form, picking up 10 points from the last 12 available in the league. Home form has been key, with the Steelmen winning six and drawing one of their last seven at Fir Park.
Kilmarnock, meanwhile, have won only one of their last eight and have picked up just a single draw from their last six away games, losing five. Motherwell have beaten Killie twice this term and look good for the hat-trick.
Wins over Hibs and St Mirren breathed new life into St Johnstone’s season and the Saints will be eager to claim a third straight victory when they face Partick Thistle team that last enjoyed a victory over the hosts way back in 2008.
Two wins from their last 10 domestic fixtures tells its own story with Partick winless in four games on the road and without a victory at McDiarmid Park in 12 attempts, losing eight and drawing four.
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