Scottish Premiership Betting Preview – Matchday 21

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We take a look at Round 21 of the Scottish Premiership that has prepared some great matches for all fans to relish in.

Dundee will face Motherwell in a match where both of the sides will aim to make progress up the table, despite the fact that they have limited chances of making a significant impact in the league. Kilmarnock and Inverness CT will also lock horns in what promises to be a promising game to watch, according to UK gambling news.

Dundee looking to easily overcome Motherwell
Ross County vs Partick game has been cancelled
Hamilton favorite against Dundee United

Ross County will host Partick and the former will do everything in their might to get out of the relegation zone so that they don’t risk being demoted next season. Dundee United will travel to Hamilton where they will be looking to capture the all-important three points and make their presence known in the Scottish top flight.

Dundee vs Motherwell and Kilmarnock vs Inverness CT

Dundee currently find themselves in 8th place with only 22 points from 20 games. Their home record stands at 1 win, 5 draws and 4 losses, stats that are not great and will undoubtedly be in the back of their minds as they go up against Motherwell at home. Bet365 has assigned odds of 3.80 (14/5) for a tie between the two clubs, however considering that the visitors have only 1 draw while playing away, this event does not look very likely.

Motherwell have an away record of 2 wins, 1 draw and 7 losses, which is why online sportsbooks in the UK have given them outsider odds of 3.90 (29/10). The hosts have been dealt favorites odds 1.83 (5/6) but judging by the fact that they are known to blunder on many occasions, this match may go in a different way that may see Dundee miss great opportunities to seal the game.

Kilmarnock will host Inverness CT and although the home side should have the upper leg considering they are playing at home, the odds are leaning more towards the visiting side thanks to better results in recent times. Inverness CT maintain an away record of 5 wins, 0 draws and 4 losses, which has seen them clinch 5th place with 38 points. Bet365 favors them for the win 1.95 (19/20) against the hosts.

Kilmarnock are in 7th position with 27 points from 20 encounters and they have a home record of 5 wins, 5 losses and not a single draw. For this reason Bet365 has given odds of 3.40 (12/5) for a draw as neither team has had them going up in this encounter. A win for the hosts is not probable and therefore their chances are limited 3.90 (29/10).

St Mirren vs Aberdeen and Hamilton vs Dundee United

St Mirren are in 11th place with 11 points and only 1 position divides them from being the last team in the league. Their record while playing at home stands at 1 draw, 9 losses and not a single win on their home turf. Their stats are quite bleak and considering that they are next up against Aberdeen, who are first on the table, their chances of capturing a victory are virtually zero. Their odds stand at 5.50 (9/2), per Bet365.

The visitors on the other hand are enjoying great form at the moment and have notched 7 wins and 3 losses while playing on the road. They are strong favorites to win 1.57 (4/7) their next game against St Mirren whereas a draw has been set at 4.00 (3/1), an event that is also unlikely taking into account the visiting team’s superior form.

On Monday evening Dundee United will play against Hamilton away, which will provide them with the perfect opportunity to make great progress up the table. The visiting side are now in 4th place with 38 points, while Hamilton are located only once position ahead of them and have managed to accumulate 39 points from 20 games so far.

Per UK gambling laws, Bet365 offers many great betting services and for this clash they have identified the hosts as the favorite side 2.37 (11/8), although Dundee United is not far behind with their odds being 2.90 (19/10). The visitors have notched 4 wins, 1 draw and 5 losses while playing away whereas Hamilton have a record of 6 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss while playing at home, which is why a draw has been set at 3.40 (12/5).

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