Saturday’s Scottish Premiership predictions including Hibernian vs. Rangers

Wealthlandnews August 23, 2022
Updated 2022/08/23 at 8:29 AM

Hibernian's Elias Melkersen in action with Hearts' Toby Sibbick on April 16, 2022© Reuters
Rangers will be hoping to maintain their perfect start to their Scottish Premiership campaign on Saturday when they make the journey to face Hibernian at Easter Road.
The hosts have had a mixed results across the opening trio of fixtures, but have now failed to win since the opening day of the season.

While Johnson’s men might provide some stern competition for the Gers, it is expected that the visitors will have too much for the hosts on this occasion.

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St Mirren's Charles Dunne and Jak Alnwick in action on March 2, 2022© Reuters
Dundee United will continue to search for their first victory of the season in the Scottish Premiership this Saturday when they host St Mirren.
The visitors head into the game on the back of a win, which was their only one to this point in the campaign following their opening three games.

St Mirren will be sure to provide a stern taste for the hosts in this particular encounter, but it is one that the Terrors may just edge.

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Livingston's Jason Holt pictured in August 2020© Reuters
Only goal difference separates Motherwell and Livingston in the Scottish Premiership table right now, with each club having two victories and a defeat to their name so far.
Both will be looking to continue their strong starts to the season, while remaining in touching distance of those above them, as there are just three points between them and table toppers Celtic.

Because of that, there is a good chance that there will be plenty of goals in this one, and with very little to separate them right now a draw could be the end result.

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Ross County's Alex Iacovitti gestures towards the referee on March 19, 2022© Reuters
The two bottom-placed teams in the Scottish Premiership table will compete this Saturday as Ross County look to get off the foot of the table when they welcome Kilmarnock to the Global Energy Stadium.
Neither club has managed to win a league match in their opening three games, with this providing each of them a great opportunity to change their fortunes.

Even though each club needs to get a victory under its belts, it could end up leading to them sharing the points as they look to be cautious enough to not suffer another defeat.

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Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin on July 31, 2022© Reuters
Two teams with three points to their name from their opening three games will meet on Saturday as Aberdeen makes the journey to McDiarmid Park to play St Johnstone.
The hosts head into this particular fixture on the back of a heavy 4-0 defeat against Rangers, while the Dons were also beaten in a five-goal thriller.

Aberdeen have proven that they can cause problems for teams with their offensive abilities, and because things are so early in this particular campaign they will be considered the favourites here.

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