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Saturday's Scottish Premiership predictions including Celtic vs. St Johnstone

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


Celtic vs. St Johnstone (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Celtic's Kyogo Furuhashi celebrates scoring their fourth goal with James Forrest and Paulo Bernardo on March 10, 2024© Reuters

Two teams at opposite ends of the Scottish Premiership table will meet on Saturday as second-placed Celtic host St Johnstone, who are involved in the relegation battle.

Despite their current position the visitors head into the game on the back of two games without a loss, bringing plenty of confidence into the weekend.

We say: Celtic 2-0 St Johnstone


Celtic's attacking qualities should be enough to guide them to three points this weekend, with their squad boasting more quality overall.

While St Johnstone are in good form at the moment which should lead to them putting up a competitive fight, the Hoops will still be the favourites.

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Hibernian vs. Livingston (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Hibernian players pose for a team group photo before the match on August 23, 2023© Reuters

Hibernian will attempt to get back to winning ways on Saturday after consecutive games without a victory when they host Livingston.

The visitors are currently bottom of the Scottish Premiership, with pressure mounting on the team to start picking up points should they wish to avoid relegation.

We say: Hibernian 2-0 Livingston


Livingston have been under a lot of pressure throughout this season, and the poor form that they are dealing with on the road is likely going to make this a tough task for them.

Hibernian have been looking to get some consistent results and after two games without a win, this will likely be seen as an ideal match to change their fortunes.

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Kilmarnock vs. St Mirren (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Kilmarnock players in action against Celtic on April 16, 2023© Reuters

Kilmarnock will host St Mirren this Saturday in their latest Scottish Premiership fixture, and one that could play a big factor in the race for European positions.

The visitors currently occupy fourth position, but with Killie only a point behind them, there is a lot on the line this weekend.

We say: Kilmarnock 1-1 St Mirren


Each team desperately needs points in a bid to try and continue their fight for a European position, and that could lead to a cautious match.

Because of that, it would not be a surprise to see them battle out a draw and ultimately share the points.

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Motherwell vs. Aberdeen (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Aberdeen's Stefan Gartenmann, Nicky Devlin and Bojan Miovski look dejected as they applaud the fans after the match on December 17, 2023© Reuters

Aberdeen's interim manager Peter Leven will continue to search for his first victory in temporary charge of the club on Saturday when the Dons travel to face Motherwell.

However, they will face stern competition as the hosts head into this weekend on the back of consecutive victories.

We say: Motherwell 2-0 Aberdeen


Aberdeen might be trying their hardest to try and turn the season around and avoid relegation, but this fixture is likely not going to be the one where points start coming.

Motherwell should have too much power and quality for the Dons to handle, particularly with the lack of confidence the away side boasts.

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Ross County vs. Hearts (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Hearts manager Steven Naismith reacts on October 29, 2023© Reuters

Two sides in extremely different positions in the Scottish Premiership come together on Saturday as Ross County welcome Hearts to the Global Energy Stadium.

The hosts sit in 11th place heading into this game, while their opponents are 31 points better off in third place.

We say: Ross County 0-2 Hearts


Ross County have struggled throughout this season, and they have also failed to record a victory against Hearts since March 2017.

On the other hand, Hearts have lost just one of their last 16 games in all competitions, and we believe they will record another victory in this one.

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