Scottish Premiership Enhanced Acca Betting Preview, Tips And Odds – Matchday 19

More value for the Scottish Premiership with our enhanced acca and betting tips featuring Kilmarnock, Aberdeen and Rangers all to win.
Form Labs  |  18th December 2018

Form Labs return with another Scottish Premiership acca for matchday 19 featuring Kilmarnock, Aberdeen and Rangers all to win and with a maximum bet of £50! Check out the betting preview and tips below and take advantage of more enhanced odds for all of Europe’s top leagues.

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Aberdeen v Hearts Betting Tips

While Hearts threatened to mount a fanciful title challenge over the early weeks of the campaign, they’ve since dropped away after a run of five defeats from their last seven games. In the meantime, Aberdeen – who have finished second in each of the past four seasons – have awoken from their slumber and put together a run of seven wins from nine outings. That’s seen them leapfrog their visitors into fourth, and with home advantage should maintain their momentum.

Indeed, the Dons have now won six of their last seven at Pittodrie, netting an average of 2.4 goals across these, while they’ve gone W27-D4-L2 in front of their own fans when excluding top-four outfits like themselves since 2016/17. Meanwhile, Hearts hold a terrible record away at top-half sides as they’re just W2-D4-L20 over that same period, conceding at least twice in 15 of those defeats.

Aberdeen v Hearts Odds here!
 

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Hamilton v Kilmarnock Betting Tips

Killie were battered 5-1 by Celtic in their last road trip, but while that result knocked them off their perch at the top of the table, they’re still in the thick of it up there and have since responded well with a 3-1 win over Dundee. They’ll be confident of making it four wins from five matches to complete their return to form, especially having been victorious in five of six unbeaten visits to Hamilton since 2015/16.

The hosts have relied upon sporadic victories to keep them above the bottom two sides in the table, but the 13 defeats they’ve experienced is just as many as either Dundee or St. Mirren have suffered this term, while their goal difference is the joint-worst in the division too. They’ve conceded at least three times in six of their last eight defeats and, having also lost six of eight home games this term, should find Steve Clarke’s visitors too hot to handle.

Hamilton v Kilmarnock Odds here!
 

St. Johnstone v Rangers Betting Tips

Rangers put in as good a performance as you can on Wednesday night without actually coming away with three points. They had eight shots on target to Hibernian’s one and dominated the possession too as they had to settle for a point. However, Steven Gerrard’s men will take positives from that and they have now won three of their last five unbeaten games on the road as they travel to a side that certainly prefers playing away from their home crowd. Indeed, St Johnstone have won each of their last four trips but they’ve won only three of their nine outings here this term with each of those victories coming against the bottom-three sides in the league.

This fixture has been high scoring in recent times. Both teams have found the net in eight of nine encounters across all competitions since 2015/16, with over half of these matches seeing at least four strikes. It is Rangers who have dominated it since promotion back to the Scottish Premiership for the 2016/17 season, as they have won three of their four unbeaten trips, including each of the last three and so we feel this will follow suit.

St Johnstone v Rangers Odds here!
 

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