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Saturday's Scottish Premiership predictions including Kilmarnock vs. Hearts

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Scottish Premiership fixtures, including Kilmarnock vs. Hearts.


Kilmarnock vs. Hearts (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Kilmarnock manager Derek McInnes on September 21, 2023© Reuters

Kilmarnock will be looking to continue their recent upturn in form when they entertain the challenge of Hearts at the Rugby Park on Saturday afternoon.

Meanwhile, the away side will be seeking to get themselves back to winning ways having seen their three-game unbeaten streak end last time out.

We say: Kilmarnock 1-1 Hearts


The sides boast similar defensive records heading into this one but Hearts just about have the upper hand offensively. Nonetheless, we are backing a share of the spoils with honours even at the end of the 90 minutes.

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Aberdeen vs. Motherwell (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Aberdeen players during the penalty shoot-out on April 20, 2024© Reuters

Still licking their wounds from their Scottish Cup semi-final exit, Aberdeen play host to Motherwell in round 24 of the Premiership on Saturday.

The Steelmen journey to the Pittodrie Stadium on a run of three consecutive away wins and will look to keep the juggernaut rolling as they set out to end the eight-game winless run against the hosts.

We say: Aberdeen 2-1 Motherwell


Despite their recent improvements on the road, Motherwell have their work cut out as they take on an Aberdeen side whom they have failed to get the better of since August 2022. Aberdeen's home advantage gives them a slight edge here and we fancy them to come away with a narrow victory.

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Livingston vs. Ross County (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Livingston manager David Martindale reacts on March 10, 2024© Reuters

Two teams who could really do with a victory go head to head at the Tony Macaroni Arena on Saturday as Livingston play host to Ross County.

The home side are without a triumph in their last eight matches across all competitions, while their visitors boast just two wins in that time.

We say: Livingston 0-1 Ross County


Livingston have struggled on both ends of the pitch all-season long and it is hard to see them coming away with a positive result here. We fancy Ross County to emerge triumphant at the sound of the final whistle.

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St Johnstone vs. Hibernian (Saturday, 3.00pm)

St Johnstone's Liam Gordon in action with Rangers' Fabio Silva on February 18, 2024© Reuters

St Johnstone and Hibernian renew acquaintances for the second time in three weeks when they square off at McDiarmid Park in round 34 of the Premiership on Saturday.

Having suffered a 2-1 defeat when the sides squared off three weeks ago, the Hibees will head into the weekend looking to get one over the hosts and pick up their first league win on the road this year.

We say: St Johnstone 2-0 Hibernian


St Johnstone and Hibernian will be looking to begin the relegation phase as they mean to go on and we anticipate a thrilling contest at McDiarmid Park. Levein's men are unbeaten in four of their last five games against the visitors and we fancy them to come out on top this weekend.

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