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Livingston and Hibs lock horns at the Tony Macaroni Arena in the Premiership on Saturday. Livi are targeting their third straight victory over Hibernian this weekend. Read our free predictions and find the latest odds for the fixture below in our detailed match preview.
Livingston vs Hibs – Free Betting Tips & Predictions
Livingston have lost only two of their last ten games on home soil ahead of their clash with Hibs on Saturday. Read our top three predictions for this weekend’s fixture below.
- Match Result – Livingston to Win @ 2/1 (3.0)
- Both Teams to Score – Yes @ 1/1 (2.0)
- Team Goals – Over 1.5 Livingston Team Goals @ 11/5 (3.2)
These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.
Livingston to Win
Livingston have enjoyed themselves in recent encounters with Hibs and on Saturday’ Livi will be chasing their third straight victory against their opponents from Edinburgh. With a home record that shows just two defeats in their last ten assignments, David Martindale’s charges should be armed with plenty of confidence and bettors are advised to side with Livingston at the generous prices on offer.
Both Teams to Score
Livingston’s Tony Macaroni Arena has been a fertile hunting ground for both teams to score bettors of late and 100% of Livi’s last six home matches have produced winning BTTS bets. When Livingston last played Hibernian at the end of January, the teams traded blows in a five-goal thriller (3-2) and we’re tipping both defences to be breached again in Saturday’s rematch.
Over 1.5 Livingston Team Goals
Livingston managed to find the net three times when they beat Hibs to the points at Easter Road in January and Livi could be worth backing to notch over 1.5 times against the same opponents this weekend. Livingston rattled the net at least twice in three of their last five home fixtures, while Hibs shipped at least two goals in three of their last four scuffles on the road.
Livingston vs Hibs Match Preview and Team News
Goalkeeper Daniel Barden and defender Tom Parkes will both sit out Saturday’s game for Livingston. Livi recorded an excellent 2-1 win at Aberdeen last time out to snap a four-match winless slump. Just two teams, Celtic and St. Johnstone, have left the Tony Macaroni Arena with maximum points in the last nine Premiership fixtures hosted there.
Christian Doidge, Demetri Mitchell, Kyle Magennis and Kevin Nisbet are all in the treatment room for Hibernian this week, though defender Ryan Porteuos is back again following a recent suspension. Hibs carved out a narrow 1-0 win over St. Mirren last time out, allowing them to keep hold of top spot in the Relegation Round ahead of Livingston.
Top Betting Odds and Stats for Livingston vs Hibs
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Livingston vs Hibs Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions
Who is Livingston’s current manager?
David Martindale is the current head honcho at Livingston having taken the reins in November 2020.
What time does this fixture kick off?
The game is scheduled to start at 16:00 CET (GMT +1).
Which club is favourite to win on Saturday?
The bookmakers have priced Hibs as slight favourites to beat Livingston this weekend.